European Football Championship, Round 16: Belgium – Portugal in live tigers: Cristiano Ronaldo vs De Bruyne and Seville

The first hammer fight takes place in the 16th European Championship round, with Portugal against Belgium. Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo wants to extend his record as a defensive champion, but Kevin de Bruyne is also a Belgian favorite for the title. Game on live ticker.

Belgium v ​​Portugal (Sunday, 9pm)

Expected Rows:

Belgium: Cordois – Poita, Vertonghen, Alderwild – Witzel, Tylemans, d. Harm, e. Harm – De Bruyne, Lukaku, Mertens

Portugal: Patricio – Diaz, Pepe, Semato, Guerrero – Sanchez, Oliveira, Ma Tinho – Silva, Ronaldo, Jotta

MagentaTV in UHD quality

Only with MagentaTV (view)

Enjoy all 51 UEFA EURO 2021 games in UHD quality only on MagentaTV. Plus TV, series, movies, documentaries and shows.

Ma dino: “Belgium is not just Kevin de Bruyne”

11.30 am: Defending champions Portugal want to focus only on Kevin de Bruyne in the 16th European Championship round against Belgium. “We can’t take care of just one player,” Portugal midfielder Joao Moutinho said at the Estadio la Cartuja in Seville on Saturday: “If we give him the space and time of Belgium, he’s even more dangerous.”

Portugal coach Fernando Santos said Sunday’s game would be their first final. He and Ma Dino repeatedly confirmed that they would not give in to an opponent who was particularly strong in attack and had plenty of room to develop. “They scored a lot of goals, but some admit it. We have to try to control their strengths and exploit their weaknesses,” Moutinho said.

READ  Things to know about Teerextee in detail

11.00 am: Welcome to Focus Online Live Ticker! Belgium meets Portugal in Seville. A great encounter in the second round of EM. Kick-off at 9 p.m. The Belgians entered the knockout stages of the European Championship with three wins and a 7: 1 goal, and clearly won in Group B over Denmark, Finland and Russia.

The Portuguese around five-time world footballer Cristiano Ronaldo also scored seven goals in the group stage, but conceded six goals in the heavier group, with world champions France in first place and former world champions Germany in second. “They are very strong opponents. But I’m sure we’ll be better,” coach Santos said.

In the video: The union clearly advanced in a new poll – SPD almost catches the Greens

lsc / av / dpa

Display

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here