Poland v Portugal, 30 June 2016

Score1-1 :: penalties 5-4 to Portugal
RefereeFelix Brych
CompetitionUEFA European Championship Quarter-final
VenueStade Velodrome, Marseille
Attendance62,940
Kick-off: 9.00pm local (8.00pm BST) Portugal won 5-3 on penalties. After extra time - 1-1 at 90 minutes. Assistant referees: Mark Borsch (Germany) Stefan Lupp (Germany) Fourth official: Milorad Mažić (Serbia) Additional assistant referees: Bastian Dankert (Germany) Marco Fritz (Germany) Reserve assistant referee: Milovan Ristić (Serbia) Man of the Match: Renato Sanches (Portugal) This was Poland and Portugal's third encounter at a major tournament. Poland won 1-0 at the 1986 World Cup and then Portugal enjoyed a 4-0 victory at the 2002 World Cup. Portugal reached the semi-finals for the fifth time in the last seven European Championship finals with this penalty shoot-out victory. A tense quarter-final had finished 1-1 after extra-time with both goals coming in the first half. Robert Lewandowski's opener timed at 100 seconds was the second fastest-ever goal in the Euro finals. Renato Sanches equalised with another noteworthy goal. At 18 years and 316 days, he had become Portugal's youngest-ever starter at the European Championship finals and, with his first international goal, the youngest scorer in the history of the Euro knock-out stages. Ricardo Quaresma's spot-kick sealed glory in the shoot-out after Jakub Blaszczykowski's penalty was saved by Rui Patricio. Despite a night of personal frustration for Cristiano Ronaldo, he and his team-mates had set up a last four clash with Wales or Belgium in Lyon. The frustration was even greater for Poland who, despite being eliminated, hadn't been behind during any of their Euro 2016 games.

1 (4)  Poland

Manager: Adam Nawalka

1 (5)  Portugal

Manager: Fernando Santos

Goals:

Robert Lewandowski 2 G

Goals:

Renato Sanches 33 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Łukasz Fabiański
Defender Kamil Glik
Defender Michal Pazdan
Defender Lukasz Piszczek
Defender/Midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak
Midfielder Krzysztof Maczynski
Midfielder/Forward Kamil Grosicki
Forward Robert Lewandowski (captain)
Forward Arkadiusz Milik

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Rui Patrício
Defender Cédric Soares
Defender José Fonte
Defender Pepe
Defender/Midfielder Eliseu
Midfielder Adrien Silva
Midfielder João Mário
Midfielder Nani
Midfielder Renato Sanches
Midfielder William Carvalho
Midfielder/Forward Cristiano Ronaldo (captain)

Substitutions:

Bartosz Kapustka for Kamil Grosicki 82
Tomasz Jodlowiec for Krzysztof Maczynski 97

Substitutions:

João Moutinho for Adrien Silva 73
Ricardo Quaresma for João Mário 80
Danilo Pereira for William Carvalho 96

Cards:

Artur Jędrzejczyk 42 Y
Kamil Glik 66 Y
Bartosz Kapustka 89 Y

Cards:

Adrien Silva 70 Y
William Carvalho 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Artur Boruc
Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny
Defender Thiago Cionek
Defender Tomasz Jodlowiec
Defender Bartosz Salamon
Defender Jakub Wawrzyniak
Midfielder Bartosz Kapustka
Midfielder Karol Linetty
Midfielder Slawomir Peszko
Midfielder/Forward Piotr Zieliński

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Eduardo
Goalkeeper Anthony Lopes
Defender Bruno Alves
Defender Ricardo Carvalho
Midfielder Danilo Pereira
Midfielder João Moutinho
Midfielder Vieirinha
Midfielder/Forward Ricardo Quaresma
Forward Eder

Comments:

Penalty shoot-out details (Poland went second) 1 - Robert Lewandowski [scored] 2 - Arkadiusz Milik [scored] 3 - Kamil Glik [scored] 4 - Jakub Blaszczykowski [saved]

Comments:

Penalty shoot-Out details (Portugal went first) 1 - Cristiano Ronaldo [scored] 2 - Renato Sanches [scored] 3 - Joao Moutinho [scored] 4 - Nani [scored] 5 - Ricardo Quaresma [scored]