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TITLE TEAMS: Wales v Portugal
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
C. Ronaldo  50' 1-0 
Nani  53' 2-0 
PORC. Ronaldo  50' 1-0
PORNani  53' 2-0
HT: 0-0
Groupama Stadium (Attendance: 55,679)
Referee: Jonas Eriksson
Stats  |  Match Report
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Portugal vs. Wales
Minute Commentary
Portugal are through to their second European Cup final after seeing off Wales 2-0 in Lyon tonight. Two goals in three second-half minutes broke Welsh hearts and ended what has been a remarkable adventure. Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani netted the all-important goals in the 50th and 53rd minutes as they gear up to face either Germany or hosts France on Sunday's final in Saint Denis. Portugal were the better side throughout and in all honesty didn't have to perform to the best of their abilities. You could tell Chris Coleman's men missed the presence of Aaron Ramsey in the central midfield berth. The game could've seen an embarrassing scoreline as Danilo Pereira and Joao Mario missed big chances, but it wasn't to be. Wales can be proud of their achievements, but all the passion and pride will count for nothing as Portugal march on into the final. Full time, Portugal 2-0 Wales.
It's all over. It finishes Portugal 2-0 Wales.
90' WALL
Ronaldo lines up a free kick 25 yards from goal but smashes it into the wall. Just one minute of added time left to play.
Disgusting challenge from Gareth Bale as he goes up with a high foot on Cedric Soares. He receives a yellow card but it was an identical challenge to what Bruno Alves was sent off for against England just over a month ago.
Ricardo Quaresma is on for Nani Portugal. He scored the winner in the last 16 and the decisive penalty in the quarter-finals. He won't be scoring the winner tonight, but will he add any gloss to the scoreline?
82' SUB
Adrien Silva is off for the Portuguese, as Fernando Santos introduces Joao Moutinho. Portugal have fantastic depth and it must be a great assurance to know you have players such as Moutinho and Andre Gomes on the bench regardless of how the game's going.
Wales should put the game to bed now as Danilo Pereira breaks into the box. Ideally he crosses to Ronaldo who taps in for three, but he shoots himself, only for Wayne Hennessey to let the ball slip under his body before gathering on the line.
Wales are panicking now and it's visibly evident. Gareth Bale tries his luck from way too far out to beat Rui Patricio, who claims well.
Moments after wonderkid Renato Sanches nearly makes it 3-0, he's hauled off to be rested for the final. Andre Gomes is on in his place.
The corner finds Jose Fonte, whose header looks set for the corner but Wayne Hennessey gets up well to claim on the line.
Nani's shot deflects off Jonathan Williams and Portugal have another corner. Twenty minutes to go.
Chris Coleman makes his final changes now as he introduces Jonathan Williams and Simon Church for James Collins and Hal Robson-Kanu. Wales now have four attackers on the pitch. They're throwing the sink at Portugal.
Portugal should be out of sight now as Nani sees a shot deflected towards goal. Wayne Hennessey spills it to Joao Mario who gets the rebounded effort all wrong and puts a shot wide of the post. It should be 3-0, it should be game over.
63' OVER
Portugal win a free kick 30 yards out and Cristiano Ronaldo sets it down. He takes his 42nd direct free kick in major tournaments and comes so close to finally scoring one, but sees his powerful effort clip the roofing on the net.
Wales look to have an opening as Gareth Bale finds the smart run of Sam Vokes. Vokes takes a heavy first touch and the ball gets away from him, before Wayne Hennessey claims.
57' SUB
Wales need to go for it now, and Chris Coleman opts for an offensive change, bringing on Sam Vokes for Joe Ledley.
It's 2-0! And Wales' hopes of making the final are disappearing before their eyes. Ronaldo sends a shot in from the edge of the area and NANI diverts it past Wayne Hennessey, giving the stopper no hope.
Portugal lead! The resulting corner is met by, who else, CRISTIANO RONALDO, and the Ballon d'Or winner smashes a header into the top corner. First blood Portugal. That goal takes him level with Michel Platini on ten Euros finals goals.
Portugal launch a free kick into the box which no man in turquoise can connect with. It's headed behind for a corner by Andy King.
The second half is up and running. No changes by either side at the break.
Portugal and Wales head into the interval level at 0-0 in a game which hasn't seen all too many chances. It was the Portuguese who started off on top and the trio of Renato Sanches, Joao Mario and of course Cristiano Ronaldo who looked dangerous. Ronaldo felt he should have had a penalty when James Collins clambered all over him but the ref said nothing doing. Wales came into the game as the half grew on but they couldn't find the net themselves. Gareth Bale has looked dangerous but his 20 yard effort - the only shot on target so far - was straight down the throat of Rui Patricio. The best chance of the half fell to Ronaldo just before the break, but he could only head over from six yards when under pressure. Hopefully there'll be goals in the second half.
The ref blows his whistle and it's 0-0 at the break.
Best chance of the game so far and it's fallen to Cristiano Ronaldo. An inswinging cross from Adrien Silva landed at the back post where Ronaldo got up well. He couldn't head into the far corner though and nodded marginally over the cross-section. That record-breaking goal is proving elusive.
Neil Taylor gets in behind Raphael Guerreiro and bursts into the box. His cross is deflected up into the air and Rui Patricio claims well.
Five minutes until the half time whistle and it can't come quickly enough. These 40 minutes have followed suit of the rest of the tournament - a rather drab affair so far, barring one or two moments of neat play.
The most exciting play so far is coming from the counter attacks. But when each side comes forward in open play, the opposition has ten men behind the ball. Hopefully the game will open up more as it wears on.
Joao Mario takes the ball down well and feeds it in to Adrien Silva. The Sporting Lison midfield maestro has a pop from distance but can only drag his shot wide of the left post.
After a good spell of possession and pressure for Wales, they sit back as Portugal get on the front foot. With all but Robson-Kanu behind the ball, Fernando Santos' men find it difficult to create anything, and from the right Cedric Soares is reduced to a long shot which flies wide.
Bruno Alves is caught out of position and Hal Robson-Kanu gets into space and crosses to the front post. Andy King's header is flicked over by Jose Fonte for another corner which comes to nothing.
23' SHOT
Wales are coming into this game now and once more it's Bale at the centre of it all. He turns his man and sparks a counter, coming inside before smashing at goal from 20 yards. It's straight down the throat of Rui Patricio though.
Bale marauds down the right-hand side with Ronaldo in hot pursuit. The Welshman gets the beating of his Real Madrid team-mate and sends a ball fizzing across the six yard box. Andy King can't get a touch and Rui Patricio smothers gratefully.
20' OVER
Wales produce a neat training ground routine as Joe Ledley rolls the ball back to the edge of the box where Bale has made his run. He tries a first-time shot but because he's running away from goal, he can't get his foot around it enough and the shot flies comfortably wide of Rui Patricio's goal.
Wales win the first corner of the game after Gareth Bale does well down the left. They benefited against Belgium as Ashley Williams scored from one. Can they do it again?
16' WIDE
Renato Sanches starts off the latest Portugal move and brings it inside to Joao Mario. Mario exchanges a one-two with Ronaldo before bursting into the box. He attempts what seems to be a cross-cum-shot which neither finds the far corner or Nani's darting run.
Danilo Pereira, in for the banned William Carvalho, looks to find Ronaldo with a searching through ball down the flank, but puts a tad too much on it and Wales win a goal kick.
A cross comes in from the right wing berth through Joao Mario, and it looks destined for Ronaldo's head, but he can't get much on his leap as James Collins is all over him, almost having him in a headlock. You've seen those given before.
Two of the better, if not best, players for both sides have been Aaron Ramsey and Renato Sanches for Wales and Portugal respectively. Ramsey has contributed to five of Wales' last eight goals but misses today. It wouldn't surprise me if Renato Sanches had the freedom of the Welsh midfield and unlocked the doors for Ronaldo and Nani.
6' OUT
As expected Portugal are on top and look dangerous coming forward. They break into the box with Joao Mario but he can't get by James Collins and runs the ball out of play.
Portugal break at pace with Cristiano Ronaldo down the middle. Welsh captain Ashley Williams comes in from behind and wins the ball superbly. Ronaldo wants a free kick but the ref says no. Wales go down the opposite end but Hal Robson-Kanu is penalised for a handball.
A huge evening in Lyon gets underway. For Portugal, a fourth Euros semi-final in 16 years. For Wales, a first semi-final ever. What a contrast.
Chris Coleman makes two enforced changes from the stunning 3-1 win over Belgium, as the suspended Aaron Ramsey and Ben Davies are replaced by James Collins and Andy King.
Fernando Santos has deemed Pepe not fit enough to feature and he drops out as one of three changes from the penalty shootout win over Poland. The Real Madrid centre back, along with Eliseu and the suspended William Carvalho drop out and are replaced by Bruno Alves, Raphael Guerreiro and Danilo Pereira.
Join Liam Fountain from 8pm BST for all the live action and commentary from the game.
Wales will make history tonight by competing in their first ever semi-final at a major tournament as they take on Portugal in Lyon. A victory will see them only one win away from becoming the tenth different nation to win the European Championships. Whatever the outcome, Chris Coleman's men have already far exceeded any expectations of them coming into the tournament, with many expecting a possible group stage exit or a last 16 cameo at best. However, as has been repeated time upon time over the last three weeks, the Dragons have shown passion and togetherness and it's served them well so far. Despite playing far below their potential, Portugal won't be an easy opponent for the Welsh and Fernando Santos' men head into the semi-final tie as favourites. Amazingly, the Portuguese haven't won a single game inside 90 minutes so far during this tournament yet find themselves within touching distance of a second final since they hosted in 2004. Even though it's a fourth semi-final in five for A Selecao, they have lost two of the last three, giving Wales hope of shocking the whole of Europe once again. Since the group stage Wales saw off Northern Ireland 1-0 before shocking everyone with a 3-1 win over favourites Belgium. Portugal left it late to despatch Croatia in the last 16 with a 117th-minute winner before sending Poland home with last eight win on penalties.
Of course all eyes will be on Gareth Bale v Cristiano Ronaldo tonight; mates at club level for Real Madrid but very much enemies this evening and I doubt there'll be much love lost on the pitch. Despite the media hype over the one-on-one battle, both players have said it's going to be about all 11 men and it will be the best team and not the best individual who goes through. Bale became the first player since 2004 to score in all three group games earlier in the tournament, but regardless of how effective - or ineffective - his performances have been so far, it's always key to have someone in your team who can turn a game on its head even when playing below par. Ronaldo has come under immense criticism in France for his poor performances and off-field tantrums, having first slammed Iceland for their 'small mentality' following their draw, before throwing a reporter's microphone into a lake prior to the 3-3 thriller against Hungary. The wizard winger seems to have found form since though, netting twice and showing his leadership skills against Poland as he led his side to that shootout victory. While he's already broken the record for being the only player to score at four separate Euros, he'll also have his eyes on claiming the joint-record for most goals at a European Championships - he needs just one to join Michel Platini on ten.
Wales are dealt a huge blow as their star man throughout this tournament, Aaron Ramsey, is suspended following his yellow card in the game against Belgium. Ben Davies will also miss the game as he is also banned, meaning Coleman will have to shuffle his defence around with Chris Gunter expected to move to centre-back. The Reading full-back was supposed to be on best man duty at his brother's wedding on Thursday, but Wales' success means he will have to give his speech over Skype. Portugal are boosted by the news that Andre Gomes and Raphael Guerreiro are back to full fitness after missing the quarter-final game through injury. Pepe is being looked at and is touch-and-go after niggling thigh troubles. Head coach Santos will be without William Carvalho through suspension.
This will be only the fourth encounter between the two sides, and the first ever competitive meeting. The three previous friendlies have seen one Wales win sandwiched by two Portugal victories. Sixteen years ago Portugal swept the Welsh aside 3-0 in the most recent fixture, while Wales' only win was in Cardiff back in 1951 when Trevor Ford and Mal Griffiths netted in 2-1 win. The first meeting was a 3-2 victory for Portugal in 1949. With an average of 3.67 goals a game, you can expect to see the net rustle a few times tonight.
Swede Jonas Eriksson will referee tonight's semi-final, with Mathias Klasenius and Daniel Warnmark his assistants. The additional assistants are Stefan Johannesson and Markus Strombergsson and the fourth official tonight is Szymon Marciniak from Poland.
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Rui Rui Patricio1
Cedric Soares21
José Fonte4
71' Bruno Alves2
Raphael Guerreiro5
Joao Mario10
Danilo Pereira13
74' Renato Sanches16
79' Adrien Silva23
86' 53' Nani17
72' 50' Cristiano Ronaldo7
Anthony Lopes12
Ricardo Carvalho6
79' Joao Joao Moutinho8
74' André Gomes15
Rafa Silva18
86' Ricardo Quaresma20
1Wayne Hennessey
2Chris Gunter
5James Chester 62'
19James Collins 66'
6Ashley Williams
3Neil Taylor
7Joe Allen 8'
16Joe Ledley 58'
8Andy King
9Hal Robson-Kanu 63'
11Gareth Bale 88'
12Owain Fon Williams
21Danny Ward
15Ashley Jazz Richards
20Jonathan Williams 66'
22David Vaughan
14Dave Edwards
18Sam Vokes 58'
23Simon Church 63'
17David Cotterill
13George Williams
Fernando Manuel Santos 
Christopher Patrick Coleman 
1Rui Rui Patricio
21Cedric Soares
4José Fonte
2Bruno Alves
Yellow Card 71'
5Raphael Guerreiro
10Joao Mario
13Danilo Pereira
16Renato Sanches
Substitution André Gomes (on) 74'
23Adrien Silva
Substitution Joao Moutinho (on) 79'
Substitution Ricardo Quaresma (on) 86'
Goal 53'
7Cristiano Ronaldo
Yellow Card 72'
Goal 50'
12Anthony Lopes
6Ricardo Carvalho
8Joao Joao Moutinho
Substitution Joao Moutinho (on) 79'
15André Gomes
Substitution André Gomes (on) 74'
18Rafa Silva
20Ricardo Quaresma
Substitution Ricardo Quaresma (on) 86'
Fernando Manuel Santos 
1Wayne Hennessey
2Chris Gunter
5James Chester
Yellow Card 62'
19James Collins
Substitution Jonathan Williams (on) 66'
6Ashley Williams
3Neil Taylor
7Joe Allen
Yellow Card 8'
16Joe Ledley
Substitution Sam Vokes (on) 58'
8Andy King
9Hal Robson-Kanu
Substitution Simon Church (on) 63'
11Gareth Bale
Yellow Card 88'
12Owain Fon Williams
21Danny Ward
15Ashley Jazz Richards
20Jonathan Williams
Substitution James Collins (off) 66'
22David Vaughan
14Dave Edwards
18Sam Vokes
Substitution Joe Ledley (off) 58'
23Simon Church
Substitution Hal Robson-Kanu (off) 63'
17David Cotterill
13George Williams
Christopher Patrick Coleman 
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Team Stats
PortugalPOR WalesWAL
2 Goals 0
2 Assists 0
17 Shots 9
6 Shots on Goal 3
3 Saves 4
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
20 Crosses 13
6 Corner Kicks 2
355 Passes 471
0 Offside 0
10 Fouls Committed 12
2 Cautions/Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0
45% Ball Possession 55%
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1R. Patrício 90 - 0 0 0 3
2B. Alves 90 0 1 0 - -
4J. Fonte 90 0 0 0 - -
5R. Guerreiro 90 0 0 0 - -
7C. Ronaldo 90 1 1 0 - -
10 Joao Mário 90 0 0 0 - -
13D. Pereira 90 0 0 0 - -
16R. Sanches 74 0 0 0 - -
17 Nani 86 1 0 0 - -
21C. Cédric 90 0 0 0 - -
23A. Silva 79 0 0 0 - -
8J. Moutinho 11 0 0 0 - -
15André Gomes 16 0 0 0 - -
20R. Quaresma 4 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1W. Hennessey 90 - 0 0 2 4
2C. Gunter 90 0 0 0 - -
3N. Taylor 90 0 0 0 - -
5J. Chester 90 0 1 0 - -
6A. Williams 90 0 0 0 - -
7J. Allen 90 0 1 0 - -
8A. King 90 0 0 0 - -
9H. Robson-Kanu 63 0 0 0 - -
11G. Bale 90 0 1 0 - -
16J. Ledley 58 0 0 0 - -
19J. Collins 66 0 0 0 - -
18S. Vokes 32 0 0 0 - -
20J. Williams 24 0 0 0 - -
23S. Church 27 0 0 0 - -
PortugalPOR vs. WalesWAL
Minute Event
90+4' Game Over Portugal 2-0 Wales
90+4' Half Over Portugal 2-0 Wales
90+3' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
90+3' Throw-In Gareth Bale (Wales)
90+3' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
90+3' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
90+3' Free Kick Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
90+2' Foul Quaresma fouled by Joe Allen (Wales)
90+1' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
90' Shot on Goal Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
90' Cross Ricardo Quaresma (Portugal) - On Target
90' Corner Kick Ricardo Quaresma (Portugal) - On Target
89' Cross Ricardo Quaresma (Portugal) - Blocked
89' Free Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
88' Yellow Card Gareth Bale (Wales)
88' Foul Soares fouled by Gareth Bale (Wales)
88' Cross Chris Gunter (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
87' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
87' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
86' Substitution Ricardo Quaresma (on). Nani (off). (Portugal)
86' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
86' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
84' Throw-In Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
84' Throw-In Chris Gunter (Wales)
83' Shot Gareth Bale (Wales)
83' Free Kick Gareth Bale (Wales)
83' Foul Bale fouled by Joao Mario (Portugal)
82' Throw-In Chris Gunter (Wales)
82' Throw-In Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
82' Shot Ashley Williams (Wales)
81' Cross Jonathan Williams (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
81' Throw-In Andy King (Wales)
80' Shot on Goal Gareth Bale (Wales)
80' Throw-In Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
79' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
79' Substitution Joao Joao Moutinho (on). Silva (off). (Portugal)
78' Shot on Goal Danilo Pereira (Portugal)
78' Cross Joao Mario (Portugal) - Headed Out - In Play
78' Corner Kick Joao Mario (Portugal) - Headed Out - In Play
78' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
77' Shot on Goal Gareth Bale (Wales)
76' Cross Chris Gunter (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
75' Free Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
75' Foul Soares fouled by Simon Church (Wales)
74' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
74' Substitution André Gomes (on). Sanches (off). (Portugal)
73' Shot Renato Sanches (Portugal)
73' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
73' Shot James Chester (Wales)
73' Free Kick Gareth Bale (Wales)
72' Yellow Card Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
72' Foul Williams fouled by Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
71' Free Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
71' Yellow Card Bruno Alves (Portugal)
71' Foul Hennessey fouled by Bruno Alves (Portugal)
71' Shot on Goal José Fonte (Portugal)
71' Cross Joao Mario (Portugal) - On Target
71' Corner Kick Joao Mario (Portugal) - On Target
70' Cross Nani (Portugal) - Blocked
69' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
69' Cross Chris Gunter (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
68' Free Kick Bruno Alves (Portugal)
68' Foul Sanches fouled by Chris Gunter (Wales)
67' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
67' Shot Sam Vokes (Wales)
66' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
66' Substitution Jonathan Williams (on). Collins (off). (Wales)
65' Shot Joao Mario (Portugal)
65' Shot on Goal Nani (Portugal)
65' Free Kick Gareth Bale (Wales)
64' Foul Allen fouled by Joao Mario (Portugal)
63' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
63' Substitution Simon Church (on). Robson-Kanu (off). (Wales)
63' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
63' Free Kick Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
62' Yellow Card James Chester (Wales)
62' Foul Ronaldo fouled by James Chester (Wales)
61' Free Kick Ashley Williams (Wales)
61' Foul Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
60' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
60' Free Kick Bruno Alves (Portugal)
59' Foul Pereira fouled by Gareth Bale (Wales)
59' Throw-In Chris Gunter (Wales)
59' Free Kick Cedric Soares (Portugal)
58' Substitution Sam Vokes (on). Ledley (off). (Wales)
57' Foul Sanches fouled by Neil Taylor (Wales)
55' Free Kick Gareth Bale (Wales)
54' Foul Taylor fouled by Renato Sanches (Portugal)
53' Goal Nani (Portugal)
53' Shot on Goal Nani (Portugal)
53' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
53' Cross Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal) - Headed Out - In Play
53' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
53' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
52' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
52' Free Kick Gareth Bale (Wales)
52' Foul Robson-Kanu fouled by Bruno Alves (Portugal)
50' Goal Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal). Assist by Guerreiro
50' Shot on Goal Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
50' Cross Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal) - Goal
50' Corner Kick Joao Mario (Portugal) - Completed Pass
50' Free Kick Joao Mario (Portugal)
49' Foul Silva fouled by Joe Allen (Wales)
49' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
46' Start Half
45+1' Half Over Portugal 0-0 Wales
45' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
44' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
44' Cross Adrien Silva (Portugal) - Off Target
44' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
44' Cross Nani (Portugal) - Clearance In Play
43' Cross Neil Taylor (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
42' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
42' Cross Joao Mario (Portugal) - Off Target
42' Corner Kick Joao Mario (Portugal) - Off Target
42' Shot Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
41' Free Kick Danilo Pereira (Portugal)
41' Foul Pereira fouled by Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales)
40' Throw-In Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
40' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
39' Free Kick Joe Allen (Wales)
39' Foul Robson-Kanu fouled by Bruno Alves (Portugal)
39' Cross Renato Sanches (Portugal) - Defended
38' Cross Renato Sanches (Portugal) - Clearance In Play
36' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
36' Throw-In Joao Mario (Portugal)
35' Cross Gareth Bale (Wales) - Blocked
35' Free Kick Joe Allen (Wales)
35' Foul King fouled by Adrien Silva (Portugal)
35' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
33' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
33' Shot Adrien Silva (Portugal)
32' Cross Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal) - Clearance In Play
32' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
31' Cross Neil Taylor (Wales) - Directly Out
31' Throw-In Chris Gunter (Wales)
30' Cross Joe Allen (Wales) - Clearance Out of Play
30' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
29' Shot Cedric Soares (Portugal)
26' Cross Cedric Soares (Portugal) - Defended by Keeper
26' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
26' Cross Joe Ledley (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
26' Corner Kick Joe Ledley (Wales) - Headed Out - In Play
25' Shot Andy King (Wales)
25' Cross Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales) - Off Target
25' Throw-In Neil Taylor (Wales)
24' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
24' Cross Joao Mario (Portugal) - Directly Out
24' Corner Kick Joao Mario (Portugal) - Directly Out
23' Cross Cedric Soares (Portugal) - Headed Out - Out of Play
23' Shot on Goal Gareth Bale (Wales)
21' Cross Gareth Bale (Wales)
21' Throw-In Joe Ledley (Wales)
20' Free Kick Joe Ledley (Wales)
20' Foul Collins fouled by Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
20' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
19' Shot Gareth Bale (Wales)
19' Corner Kick Joe Ledley (Wales) - Off Target
18' Cross Gareth Bale (Wales)
17' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
16' Shot Joao Mario (Portugal)
15' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
14' Throw-In Chris Gunter (Wales)
13' Cross Cedric Soares (Portugal) - Directly Out
13' Throw-In Cedric Soares (Portugal)
13' Cross Renato Sanches (Portugal) - Blocked
13' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
10' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
10' Cross Joao Mario (Portugal) - Directly Out
10' Cross Cedric Soares (Portugal) - Headed Out - In Play
10' Throw-In Joao Mario (Portugal)
9' Throw-In Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
8' Free Kick Danilo Pereira (Portugal)
8' Yellow Card Joe Allen (Wales)
8' Foul Nani fouled by Joe Allen (Wales)
6' Goal Kick Wayne Hennessey (Wales)
6' Throw-In Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
5' Throw-In Renato Sanches (Portugal)
4' Throw-In Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal)
4' Free Kick José Fonte (Portugal)
3' Foul Fonte fouled by Hal Robson-Kanu (Wales)
2' Free Kick Joao Mario (Portugal)
2' Foul Guerreiro fouled by Joe Allen (Wales)
2' Goal Kick Rui Rui Patricio (Portugal)
1' Cross Andy King (Wales) - Completed Pass
1' Start Half
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