Hungary v Portugal, 15 June 2021

Score3-0 to Portugal
Referee Cüneyt Çakir
CompetitionUEFA European Championship Group F
VenuePuskás Aréna, Budapest
Attendance55,662
Kick-off: 6.00pm local Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Puskás Aréna in Budapest would be the only stadium allowed to open to full capacity during the group stage of Euro 2020. Assistant referees: Bahattin Duran (TUR) and Tarik Ongun (TUR) Fourth official: Sandro Schärer (SUI) Video Assistant Referee: Massimiliano Irrati (ITA) This was match no. 11 of the pan-Europe Euro 2020 tournament. Portugal were now unbeaten in 14 all-time meetings (won ten).

0  Hungary

Manager: Marco Rossi

3  Portugal

Manager: Fernando Santos

Goals:

Goals:

Raphaël Guerreiro 84 G
Cristiano Ronaldo penalty 87 P
Cristiano Ronaldo 90 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Péter Gulácsi
Defender Endre Botka
Defender Willi Orban
Defender/Midfielder Attila Fiola
Defender/Midfielder Attila Szalai
Midfielder Ádám Nagy
Midfielder Roland Sallai
Midfielder András Schäfer
Forward Ádám Szalai (captain)

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Rui Patrício
Defender Nélson Semedo
Defender Pepe
Defender Rúben Dias
Midfielder Bruno Fernandes
Midfielder Danilo Pereira
Midfielder William Carvalho
Midfielder/Forward Bernardo Silva
Midfielder/Forward Diogo Jota
Midfielder/Forward Cristiano Ronaldo (captain)

Substitutions:

Loïc Négo for András Schäfer 65
Szabolcs Schön for Roland Sallai 77
Dávid Sigér for László Kleinheisler 78
Kevin Varga for Attila Fiola 88
Roland Varga for Ádám Nagy 90

Substitutions:

Rafa Silva for Bernardo Silva 71
André Silva for Diogo Jota 81
Renato Sanches for William Carvalho 81
João Moutinho for Bruno Fernandes 89

Cards:

Loïc Négo 80 Y
Willi Orban 86 Y
Willi Orban 86 Y

Cards:

Rúben Dias 38 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Ádám Bogdán
Goalkeeper Dénes Dibusz
Defender Bendegúz Bolla
Defender Akos Kecskés
Defender Adam Lang
Defender Loïc Négo
Midfielder Tamás Cseri
Midfielder Dávid Sigér
Midfielder Kevin Varga
Midfielder/Forward Szabolcs Schön
Forward Roland Varga

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Anthony Lopes
Goalkeeper Rui Silva
Defender José Fonte
Defender/Midfielder Nuno Mendes
Midfielder João Moutinho
Midfielder Pedro Gonçalves
Midfielder Rafa Silva
Midfielder Renato Sanches
Midfielder Rúben Neves
Midfielder Sérgio Oliveira
Midfielder/Forward João Félix
Forward André Silva

Comments:

Hungary had qualified for consecutive UEFA European Championship finals after qualifying for two of the previous 14 tournaments (1964 and 1972). Hungary had been unbeaten in their preceding 11 games since September 2020 (won seven). This was their heaviest home defeat since a 3-0 loss to Russia in an international friendly on 5 June 2017.

Comments:

Reigning champions Portugal were now participating in their eighth UEFA European Championship finals and attempting to become the second team to win consecutive Euros after Spain in 2008 and 2012. With his first goal in this game, Cristiano Ronaldo became the all-time record goalscorer at the UEFA European Championship finals (ten goals) beating the record previously held by France's Michel Platini since 1984 (nine). With his 39th appearance, Cristiano Ronaldo had now made more appearances at major tournaments (FIFA World Cup finals and UEFA European Championship finals) than any other European player; previously Bastian Schweinsteiger of Germany (38).