Portugal beat Wales tonight and will face the winner of tomorrow's game between host nation France and Germany in the final next Sunday. We bring you, in a single document, the entire history of the competition, including match reports, scorers and statistics.
Portugal 2 Wales 0
In the previous encounters, Portugal won two and Wales won one of the three games. Tonight the first shot ob goal came from Portugal, João Mário firing wide on 16', after which Wales started to grow. Bale shot over on 18', shot at the keeper on 22' and on 25', King headed over.
A Cristiano Ronaldo shot corced a corner on 41' as Portugal began to press more, and on 44' Ronaldo headed over in front of goal, but without an angle of attack.
Half time, 0-0. Wales had more of the ball (52% to 48%) and a passing accuracy of 90% (against Portugal's 86) but Portugal had 5 shots to Wales' 3.
At the end of the first half the game looked as if it could go either way. Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani had other ideas. The first scored from a header after a corner kick on 49. Nani converted a pass from the right, left by Renato Sanches, three minutes later. Wales pressed but did not create any real danger for Ruoi Patrício's goalmouth.
Patrício, Bruno Alves, Fonte, Guerreiro, Ronaldo (Captain), João Mário, Danilo, Renato Sanches (André Gomes), Nani (Ricardo Quaresma), Cédric, Adrien Silva (João Moutinho)
Hennessey, Gunter, Taylor, Chester, A. Williams (Captain) (Collins), Allen, Andy King, Hal Robson-Kanu (Church), Bale, Ledley (Vokes), Collins
Lloris (Captain), Evra, Griezmann, Payet (Coman), Giroud (Gignac), Matuidi, Pogba, Sissoko, Sagna, Koscielny (Mangala), Umtiti
Neuer (Captain 1), Hector, Höwedes, Hummels, Khedira (Schweinsteiger, Captain 2), Özil, Müller, Boateng, Kroos, Kimmich, Gomez (Draxler)
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