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Portugal
FT
0 - 0
Austria
Cristiano Ronaldo (PM) 79'
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FT - The game is over now, and Portugal have only picked up two points. Austria have their first, but they'll leave happier than their opponents after defending very well. Both teams battled very hard, and people are already running onto the pitch to hug their big man Ronaldo on a difficult night for him. Oh - that's one person and a few stewards. Difficult night for the Portuguese, and their survival now hinges on the final fixture. Austria are also on the brink - this result suited neither of them but they're not yet out of this one. Now, the future is down to the two minnows of the group, who also drew tonight. Hungary have taken the initiative!
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90+2' Portugal lump itt forwaed now and Eder heads it to Silva who is disarmed expertly. The Iberians attack again and it's a cross but Eder heads it out
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90+1' Austria use the long ball to counter and they win a throw-in in the last few minutes. Can they nick it here? No - it's right out for Rui Patricio
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90+1' 3 minutes of injury time - but neither side look like scoring here. Portugal once more on the attack, they have seconds left
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89' Austria trying to counter with speed, and they cross but Guerreiro clears as Schopf challenges. Throw-in to Austria
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88' SUB: Nani for Andre Silva - but he's been Portugal's best player?
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88' Florian Klein's throw-in in the Portuguese half amounts to nothing. Patricio to lump it forward as half of his team go up.
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86' Cristiano Ronaldo's frustration is becoming increasingly clear. He's struggled immensely in this game - the Austrians know who he is and they won't let him go.
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85' CRISTIANO RONALDO GOAL - BUT ITS OFFSIDE! The Portuguese forward is really struggling here, he was clearly offside there for a header he glanced in from the freekick
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SUB: Marcel Sabitzer off for Lukas Hinterseer
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SUB: Former Swansea star Eder is on for Andre Gomes as Fernando Santos looks for that late, late winner so many teams have poached in this tournament.
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82' Now it's Austria countering with Arnautovic but Carvalho slides in brilliantly to cut out the low cross before Pepe blocks the second one. That penalty miss has put the fear of life into the Portuguese!
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80' Portugal have had 20 attempts in this game, including a penalty - but they've scored NONE. All credit to Almer, but the world's premium marksman had everyone expecting him to score there. What a disappointment for the Portuguese legend.
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78' RONALDO MISSES!!!!! UNBELIEVABLE! The Portuguese goal-machine's strike beats Almer but hits the post and the rebound is off into the sky! Incredible scenes at the Parc Des Princes today, as Ronaldo is incapable of firing for his nation!
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77' PENALTY!! Nani on the ball now and his 1-2 is completely wasted by his teammate, but from the ensuing cross Martin Hinteregger very, very foolishly concedes a penalty. He tugs at Ronaldo like a madman and the referee points to the spot. Ronaldo to take, on his 128th game for Portugal....
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75' It's Austria's turn to play calm now - but they fail at it too. Portugal win it but immediately fire it out of play on the other flank. Moutinho should've done that, maybe...
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74' Portugal building play from the back now, looking to find pockets of space but Guerreiro's low cross is easily blocked. Ilsanker takes it out and POrtugal restrt immediately from the throw-in. Moutinho switches flanks with class but Austria clear and it's back to Patricio
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73' Another poor set-piece. The referee should really stop giving freekicks OR corners now - neither side seem to want to capitalize.
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71' Throw-in for Austria, and it's Arnautovic who sends it back into play. Baumgartlinger heads the ball into space and it's a panicky scuffle but Austria regain the ball and go on the attack. Foul on Baumgartlinger - for a change. Moutinho gave him something back after a fair few poor tackles.
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SUB: Ricardo Quaresma is off for Joao Mario. He's promised much but not delivered enough - he caused Fuchs some problems but didn't capitalize. His set-piece delivery was horrendous though, and one must wonder why Fernando Santos assigned him to every single one.
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69' Baumgartlinger with ANOTHER reckless challenge on Joao Moutinho - it's almost identical to the previous one. That's the last word referee Rizzola will have with him, it appears
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68' Portugal back on the front foot, always pressing, always probing. Austria have yielded nothing yet, but Portugal have been a bit one-dimensional. They're not cutting the Austrians open, they're trying to blast them apart. Not good enough.
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67' Austria win a free-kick. Portugal whip a cross in and Ronaldo limbers up for a bicycle but he gives up when he sees he'll hurt his opponent - still a foul.
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64' Ronaldo's free-kick is vicious but Almer knows it's going almost a foot over. Austria loses the ball from the replay though - but they win it back from a throw-in.
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64' David Alaba off for Schopf. He's their star man, but he was anonymous tonight.
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63' Baumgartlinger fouls Moutinho with a late tackle - an ugly set of stud on the Portuguese man's foot. Free-kick for Ronaldo on the edge of the box
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62' Austria on the attack now, and Sabitzer tries to whip a cross in but Carvalho blocks expertly. Master defender. Florian Klein with the throw-in and Sabtzer is played in beautifully but he can't lose his man. Koller has seen enough, and he's prepared a sub to come on.
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61' Portugal win a corner, but what on Earth is wrong with the set-pieces here? It's like nobody practiced them before the game - almost all of them have gone awry, and that corner is no exception.
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59' Stefan Ilsanker whips in a brilliant cross into another time-zone. Not even close to Rui Patricio's goal, and what a waste of the little possession they've had upfront. Quaresma has been fouled by Fuchs here - he's being given a torrid time by the Portugal trickster, who completely bamboozles him and gives him spaghetti legs!
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Rafa Silva
Nani
89'
87'
K. Wimmer
S. Ilsanker
86'
A. Schöpf
85'
L. Hinterseer
M. Sabitzer
Éder
André Gomes
83'
Cristiano Ronaldo
79'
78'
M. Hinteregger
João Mário
Ricardo Quaresma
71'
65'
A. Schöpf
D. Alaba
60'
C. Fuchs
47'
M. Harnik
Pepe
40'
Ricardo Quaresma
31'
Tournament EURO 2016 - Week 2
Stadium Parc des Princes
Match time Sun, 19 Jun 2016, 12:30 AM
Austria (4-2-3-1)
Marcel Koller (Manager)
1
Rui Patrício
5
Raphaël Guerreiro
6
Ricardo Carvalho
3
Pepe
11
Vieirinha
15
André Gomes
8
João Moutinho
14
William Carvalho
20
Ricardo Quaresma
7
Cristiano Ronaldo
17
Nani
1
R. Almer
5
C. Fuchs
4
M. Hinteregger
15
S. Prödl
17
F. Klein
14
J. Baumgartlinger
6
S. Ilsanker
7
M. Arnautović
8
D. Alaba
20
M. Sabitzer
11
M. Harnik
Austria (4-2-3-1)
Marcel Koller (Manager)
Portugal Subs
21
Cédric Soares
18
Rafa Silva
13
Danilo Pereira
12
Anthony Lopes
16
Renato Sanches
9
Éder
10
João Mário
19
Eliseu
23
Adrien Silva
2
Bruno Alves
4
José Fonte
22
Eduardo
Austria Subs
2
G. Garics
19
L. Hinterseer
21
M. Janko
22
J. Jantscher
12
H. Lindner
9
R. Okotie
18
A. Schöpf
13
M. Suttner
16
K. Wimmer
23
R. Özcan
60% POSSESSION 40%
23 SHOTS 4
6 SHOTS ON GOAL 1
15 FOULS 16
10 CORNERS 0
5 OFFSIDES 2
2 YELLOW CARDS 4
0 RED CARDS 0
1 SAVES 6
Pos Club P W D L GD Pts
Group A
1 France 3 2 1 0 3 7
2 Switzerland 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Albania 3 1 0 2 -2 3
4 Romania 3 0 1 2 -2 1
Group B
1 Wales 3 2 0 1 3 6
2 England 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Slovakia 3 1 1 1 0 4
4 Russia 3 0 1 2 -4 1
Group C
1 Germany 3 2 1 0 3 7
2 Poland 3 2 1 0 2 7
3 Northern Ireland 3 1 0 2 0 3
4 Ukraine 3 0 0 3 -5 0
Group D
1 Croatia 3 2 1 0 2 7
2 Spain 3 2 0 1 3 6
3 Turkey 3 1 0 2 -2 3
4 Czech Republic 3 0 1 2 -3 1
Group E
1 Italy 3 2 0 1 2 6
2 Belgium 3 2 0 1 2 6
3 Republic of Ireland 3 1 1 1 -2 4
4 Sweden 3 0 1 2 -2 1
Group F
1 Hungary 3 1 2 0 2 5
2 Iceland 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Portugal 3 0 3 0 0 3
4 Austria 3 0 1 2 -3 1
Updated: Jun 19, 2016 02:22 AM | Published: Jun 18, 2016 19:12 PM