End of match! Spain 1 Portugal 2.
90+5 minutes: A cross from the left by Manuel Mendonça and Rodrigo Ribeiro, in the center of the area, shots for Nono to save.
90+4 minutes: Substitution in Portugal, with the departure of Ivan Lima and the entry of Manuel Mendonça.
90+2 minutes: Assisted by Vivaldo Semedo and Ivan Lima, close to the penalty mark, first shot for a great save by Nono.
A minimum of four minutes of additional time was given for this second half.
90 minutes: Double substitution in Portugal, with the departures of João Veloso and Afonso Moreira, for the entrances of João Vasconcelos and Vivaldo Semedo.
89 minutes: Mella’s cross from the left and Álvaro Ginés’ header over the bar.
88 minutes: Double substitution in Spain, with the departure of Hernandez and Garriel, for the entrance of Youssef and Víctor Moreno.
88 minutes: Long-range shot by Iker Bravo, but the ball is deflected by Ussumane Djaló and goes off the end line.
85 minutes: Yellow card to Martim Fernandes.
79 minutes: Substitution in Portugal, with the departure of José Rodrigues and the entry of Rodrigo Ribeiro.
77 minutes: Substitution in Spain, with the departure of Dani Pérez and the entry of Álvaro Ginés.
71 minutes: A very strong shot from Dário Essugo, from the middle of the street, with the ball going over the bar of Nono’s goal.
68 minutes: Martim Fernandes and José Rodrigues cross from the right, in the center of the small area, watching for the heel deflection, but Keddari, attentive, deflected into the corner.
65 minutes: Pol Fortuny’s shot, at the edge of the area, close to the left post of Diogo Fernandes’ goal.
63 minutes: Portugal scores! José Rodrigues, in the conversion of the penalty, not forgiven and makes it 1-2.
62 minutes: Yellow card to Gasiorowski.
62 minutes: Penalty for Portugal! Afonso Moreira’s shot and deflection with the arm and Gasiorowski.
60 minutes: Pass by José Rodrigues and Ivan Lima, already in the area, hits hard, with his left foot, but over the bar of Nono’s goal.
57 minutes: Double substitution in Spain, with the departures of Dani Rodriguez and Miguel Carvalho, for the entrances of David Mella and Pol Fortuny.
56 minutes: Another dazzling moment from João Veloso, with a fantastic back-heel pass to Ivan Lima who, inside the area, shoots a cross, but close to the left post of Nono’s goal.
54 minutes: Exceptional pass by João Veloso, with a trivela, and José Rodrigues, in the face of Nono, hits the right post of the Spanish goal. What an opportunity for Portugal!
Start of the second part!
Everything is up in the air in this UEFA European Under-17 Championship quarter-final match. The most assertive Spanish team, with some of the young Fernandes Dio, but entered in the sequence of approaches to reach the advantage: to the wrong centers, Afonoso Moreira, in the area, dominating Moreira, in the area, dominating Moreira. with his chest and shot hard and placed for the first goal of the afternoon.
But, however, it was only short-lived, since just 8 minutes later, it was tied: Boñar, with a header, redeemed himself and made it 1-1.
After that, almost total balance. The Spaniards had more possession of the ball and played more time in the national midfield, it is a fact, but the equine team tried as transition situations to put in sense the last stronghold against.
Interval! Spain 1 Portugal 1.
45+1: Dani Pérez’s cross from the left and Moreno’s header over the bar.
Added 1 minute minimum additional time to this first half.
36 minutes: Iker Bravo yellow card.
30 minutes: Dani Pérez shot for a great save by Diogo Fernandes and, in the rebound, Miguel Carvalho shoots wide.
25 minutes: Miguel Carvalho, already inside the Portuguese area, shoots hard, with his left foot, with the ball going over the crossbar of Diogo Fernandes’ goal.
24 minutes: João Veloso, still from outside the area, a draftsman down to the right flank, tried the hat to Nono, but the ball went dancing over the bar of the Spanish goalkeeper.
21 minutes: Yellow card to Hernandez.
17 minutes: Spain scores! Gasiorowski’s cross from the left, Keddari’s header deflected to the far post, and Boñar, also headed at the far post, re-established equality. 1-1.
9 minutes: Goal by Portugal! Bad pass by Boñar and Afonso Moreira, in the center of the area, dominating with his chest and shooting with his left foot to make it 0-1.
6 minutes: Afonso Moreira, after flexing from the right to the center, aimed for the Spanish goal, but the shot by number 17 from the corner team came out weak and next to the left post of Nono’s goal.
4 minutes: Assisted by Dani Pérez and Miguel Carvalho, at the edge of the area, left-footed shot, over the crossbar of Diogo Fernandes.
3 minutes: Garriel’s cross from the left, Iker Bravo’s header for a tight save by Diogo Fernandes and, on the rebound, Moreno shoots the shot off the right post of the Portuguese goal.
Start of the match!
Spain: Ninth, Bonar ÇKeddari, Gasiorowski, Garriel, Miguel Carvalho, Hernandez, Moreno, Dani Rodriguez, Iker Bravo and Dani Pérez
Supplements: Quetglás, Sogorb, Youssef, Fortuny, Álvaro Ginés, Mella, Susoho, Mendoza and Victor Moreno
Trainer: Julen Guerrero
Portugal: Diogo Fernandes, Martim Fernandes, João Muniz, Diogo Monteiro ÇLeonardo Barroso, João Veloso, Dário Essugo, Ussumane Djaló, Afonso Moreira, José Rodrigues and Ivan Lima
Supplements: Francisco Silva, João Conceição, Rafael Luís, Rodrigo Ribeiro, Luís Gomes, Manuel Mendonça, Tiago Andrade, Vivaldo Semedo and João Gonçalves
Trainer: José Lima
Referee: Christian-Petru Ciochirca (Austria)
Assistants: Maximilian Weiss (Austria) and Isaak Elias Bashevkin (Norway)
4th Referee: Juxhin Xhaja (Albania)
You already have teams!
The duel between Portugal will decide the last selection and guarantee qualification for the semi-finals, where the Netherlands (Italy beat Italy 2-1), France (1-1 and 4-3 in the penalty shoot-out) are already in front of Germany) and Serbia (defeated Denmark 2-1).
It should be remembered that Portugal has already been crowned European under-17 on two occasions, and on both occasions, they defeated Spain in the final of the competition (2-1, in 2003, in Portugal; 1-1, with 5 -4 on penalties in 2016 in Azerbaijan).
The young Portuguese victories reached this stage of the competition after finishing Group D in 2nd position, with 6 points (two and one victory), while the Spaniards won Group C, with 7 points (two and one) a a tie).
Portugal will face Spain this afternoon (6 pm), in a match for the quarter-finals of the U-17 European Championship, which takes place in Israel, and A BOLA online will follow all the incidents of this Iberian duel. Come with us, dear reader…