Portugal all set to take on hosts France on Sunday’s Euro 2016 final at Stade de France in Paris. The visitors will hope to lift the trophy for the first time. As Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricardo Carvalho have waited a dozen years to reach another final with Portugal. Some teammates will have a more recent Portuguese setback on their minds. This is the second occasion when Portugal will play a final of Euro cup. The last time the Portuguese played a Euro final was back in 2004 where they faced a defeat at the hands of Greece. Portugal will be out to spoil the French party by claiming a first major tournament trophy after their most recent final appearance ended in a bitter loss to Greece as hosts of Euro 2004. Griezmann is the tournament’s top scorer with six goals, while Ronaldo has notched three.
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# Debutants Iceland hold Portugal to take aback 1-1 lot
rattling outsiders Iceland bask a memorable big-stage entry as they clench a daze 1-1 lot against Euro 2016 Group F favourites Portugal in a captivating lucifer on Tuesday.
#Cristiano Ronaldo misses penalty as Portugal held by Austria
Cristiano Ronaldo missed a second-half penalty and had a late headed effort disallowed as Portugal’s future at Euro 2016 looked in jeopardy following a 0-0 draw against Austria in a wide open Group F on Saturday.
#Cristiano Ronaldo return to form gives Portugal timely boost
Portugal have yet to gain at Euro 2016 and confront a examining last-16 clangor against Croatia but Cristiano Ronaldo is beginning two finished at the tourney have filled the squad with self-assurance.
#Portugal substitute Ricardo Quaresma snatches extra-time winner
A close-range header from Portugal substitute Ricardo Quaresma secured a 1-0 win over Croatia after the game burst into life in the last few minutes of extra time on Saturday to set up a Euro 2016 quarter-final against Poland next week.
#Portugal reach semis with win over Poland
A superb shootout save by Portugal’s Rui Patricio allowed Ricardo Quaresma to be the hero again as his spot kick against Poland sent them into the Euro 2016 semi-finals 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 finish following extra time on Thursday.
#Cristiano Ronaldo takes Portugal into final, ends Wales fairytale
Cristiano Ronaldo rack up one finish and inadvertently set up the former as Portugal solid ground out a 2-0 profits over Wales on Wednesday to adjoin into the Euro 2016 last.