Euro Cup 2016 Portugal vs Wales Semi Final Goals Score Highlights :- CRISTIANO RONALDO makes a European Championship history towards Portugal, Ero Cup 2016 Portugal vs Wales Semi Final Goals Score Highlights CRISTIANO RONALDO European Championship Portugal wins Gareth Bale 9 goals Portugal 2-0 Wales.., 2-0 semi-final wins send them into the finals. It was the shootout between Ronaldo and his Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale that was the Portugal captain who prevailed, opening the scoring in Lyon with an exalted 50th minutes header so saw him tie France great Michel Platini’s record of nine goals at the Euro finals. Ronaldo said that he will cry through with her happiness. Ronaldo outstands on the grand stage, Ronaldo’s nine goals in front of Euros. Portugal is in the finals of Euro for the first time since 2004, after defeating Wales 2-0 in the first semifinal, It was an impressive performance from Portugal, It’s their first regulation win of the tournament and awaits the winner of France-Germany for Sunday’s final.
Portugal strikes twice early in the second half, and it starts with Portugal’s main attacker Rafael delivered in the corner and Ronaldo was in the perfect spot to blast a header past Wayne Hennessy. The goal gives him nine in Euro career tying Michael Platini for most all-time.
Portugal 2-0 Wales Highlights
UEFA European Championship Semifinal 2016
50′ 1 – 0 Cristiano Ronaldo bullies James Chester to head home with a thumping header since Portugal reach 1-0 in lead.
53′ 2 – 0 Nani taps home from close range after Ronaldo’s scuffed shot fell nicely for Nani.
Last time this two meet was back in 2000 in a friendly game and Portugal reached out comfortable 3-0 winners. Things should be changed since before and this Wales side means business who play as a compact unit while defending and really clinical in front of goal if presented by possibilities. Portugal, on the other hand, looks pretty solid going forward but their tenuous defense ever should a mistake in them. The build up is likely to be Ronaldo vs Bale and both players might end up getting marked out of the game.
86 min This is Wales’ best spell of the game in terms of sustained possession, despite a course that is dictated by the match context. And it also leaves them vulnerable to a counter-attack like that Gomes at this left spots Ronaldo, who rounds Hennessey but takes it too wide in doing so and can only crunch it into the side netting.