Goals and Highlights: Portugal 4-0 Nigeria in Friendly Match
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3:41 PM2 months ago

World Cup Time

Portugal will make its debut against Ghana, on Thursday, November 24, at 11 am ET.
3:40 PM2 months ago

92'

Game Over
3:38 PM2 months ago

90'

+2
3:38 PM2 months ago

89' Yellow card for Portugal

Ricardo Horta
3:33 PM2 months ago

84' GOAL PORTUGAL

João Félix is launched on the bottom line, deflects lightly and Gonçalo Ramos rolls to João Mario to score
3:31 PM2 months ago

82' GOAL PORTUGAL

João Félix plays to Guerreiro, who crosses low and Gonçalo Ramos has only the work of scoring the empty goal
3:30 PM2 months ago

80' RUI PATRÍCIO

Dennis hits the right corner and Rui Patrício hits the side and avoids the goal
3:28 PM2 months ago

79' PENALTY

Osayi-Samuel invades the area and is fouled by Dalot
3:26 PM2 months ago

76' Substitution in Nigeria

In: Emmanuel Dennis

Out: Simon

3:26 PM2 months ago

76' Substitution in Portugal

In: Ricardo Horta

Out: Otávio

3:25 PM2 months ago

74'

João Félix receives in the area, shoots a cross and the ball skims the post
3:22 PM2 months ago

72' SAVE

Chukwueze dribbles past Antonio Silva, bursts into the box and hits a cross. Rui Patrício comes out of the goal and saves with his leg
3:20 PM2 months ago

69' Substitution in Nigeria

In: Etebo

Out: Aribo

3:19 PM2 months ago

67' Substitution in Portugal

In: Gonçalo Ramos

Out:  André Silva

3:09 PM2 months ago

58' Substitution in Nigeria

In: Onuachu

Out: Moffi

2:57 PM2 months ago

47'

Simon crosses directly into Rui Patrício's hands
2:53 PM2 months ago

45'

Game restarts
2:53 PM2 months ago

Substitutions in Portugal

In: Raphaël Guerreiro, Pepe and João Mário

Out: Nuno Mendes, Bruno Fernandes and Rúben Dias

2:35 PM2 months ago

45'

The first half ends
2:35 PM2 months ago

45' LOST

João Félix shoots in the measure to Bruno Fernandes, who takes it from Uzoho, but is without angle and finishes outside
2:25 PM2 months ago

35' GOAL DE PORTUGAL

Bruno Fernandes dislocates the goalkeeper and shoots into the left corner
2:24 PM2 months ago

33' PENALTY

Bernardo Silva crosses and Osayi-Samuel blocks with his hand
2:22 PM2 months ago

30'

Simon takes a risk inside the area and Rui Patrício holds firm
2:17 PM2 months ago

26'

Bruno Fernandes takes a corner with Nuno Mendes, who tables with Otávio and crosses low. William Carvalho shoots over the marker
2:15 PM2 months ago

24'

Aribo receives in the area, but is stopped by Antonio Silva
2:10 PM2 months ago

20' WOW

João Félix shoots hard from a distance and the ball goes dangerously over the crossbar
2:04 PM2 months ago

13'

Nuno Mendes is sent in for a short corner and decides to take a chance from the edge of the area. The ball goes close to Uzoho's goal
1:59 PM2 months ago

8' GOAL PORTUGAL

João Félix throws to Dalot, who lifts his head and puts it in the small area for Bruno Fernandes to score
1:54 PM2 months ago

4'

Bernardo Silva receives a throw-in on the left side, crosses to the middle, but João Félix ends up missing the shot
1:52 PM2 months ago

2'

Game played in the midfield
1:49 PM2 months ago

00'

The referee blows the whistle
1:44 PM2 months ago

⏱️

Nigeria's anthem playing first, then Portugal's turn
1:43 PM2 months ago

⏱️

Players entering the field
1:02 PM2 months ago

NigeriaReserves

Okoye, Adeleye, Duru, Etebo, Dessers, Chukwueze, Bonaventure, Onyeka, Onuachu, Chidozie, Ebuehi and Onyemaechi
1:01 PM2 months ago

Nigeria lineup

Uzoho; Osayi-Samuel, Akpoguma, Ekong, Bassey; Aribo, Ndidi, Iwobi; Lookman, Moffi, Simon
1:00 PM2 months ago

Portugal Reserves

Diogo Costa, José Sá, Pepe, Guerreiro, Palhinha, Danilo, Rafael Leão, Vitinha, João Mário, Rúben Neves, Cancelo, Ricardo Horta, Matheus Nunes and Gonçalo Ramos
12:55 PM2 months ago

Portugal set

Rui Patrício; Dalot, Rúben Dias, António Silva, Nuno Mendes; Otávio, Bruno Fernandes, William, Bernardo Silva; André Silva, João Félix
12:50 PM2 months ago

Refereeing

Referee: Chrysovalantis Theouli

Assistant Referee 1: Michael Soteriou

Assistant Referee 2: Marios Kalogirou

Fourth official: Miguel Nogueira

12:45 PM2 months ago

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12:40 PM2 months ago

Speak up, Fernando Santos!

"That means that there is some accumulated fatigue in the players. You have to manage the times well, there are players with more pace and less pace, normal, there are some with more overload, Cancelo is the one with more minutes, we will try to manage to be all at the same level.

We will face teams from three different continents. Regarding Ghana, African soccer has improved a lot in tactical and organizational terms. Nigeria will have something to do with Ghana, very fast, talented players who will try to exploit the depth and with many individual plays. Nigeria is more 4x4x2, Ghana is more 4x3x3 or 3x5x2, [...] so I think it was a good choice for this preparation game.

I think they turned the key as soon as they left their clubs and went into national team mode and into World Cup mode, with great motivation and total focus on the national team."

12:35 PM2 months ago

Full House

In the last game before the ball starts rolling in Qatar, Portugal will have strong support from the Portuguese in the preparation game with Nigeria, as all tickets have been sold to follow the game at the José Alvalade Stadium, home of Sporting. The place has capacity for 50. 095 people.

 

Photo: Sporting
Foto: Sporting
12:30 PM2 months ago

Players' numbers defined for the World Cup

1. Rui Patrício.

2. Diogo Dalot.

3. Pepe.

4. Rúben Dias.

5. Raphaël Guerreiro.

6. João Palhinha.

7. Cristiano Ronaldo.

8. Bruno Fernandes.

9. André Silva.

10. Bernardo Silva.

11. João Félix.

12. José Sá.

13. Danilo Pereira.

14. Wiliam Carvalho.

15. Rafael Leão

16. Vitinha.

17. João Mário.

18. Rúben Neves.

19. Nuno Mendes.

20. João Cancelo.

21. Ricardo Horta.

22. Diogo Costa.

23. Matheus Nunes.

24. António Silva.

25. Otávio.

26. Gonçalo Ramos.

12:25 PM2 months ago

Nigeria Squads

Goalkeepers: Maduka Okoye (Watford), Francis Uzoho (AC Omonia) and Adebayo Adeleye (Hapoel Jerusalem)

Defenders: William Ekong (Watford), Olisa Ndah (Orlando Pirates), Calvin Bassey (Ajax), Kevin Akpoguma (Hoffenheim), Chidiebube Duru (Rivers United), Tyronne Ebuehi (Empoli), Bruno Onyemaechi (Boavista) and Bright Osayi Samuel (Fenerbahce)

Midfielders: Joseph Ayodele-Aribo (Southampton), Alex Iwobi (Everton), Wilfred Ndidi (Leicester City), Frank Onyeka (Brentford) and Oghenekaro Etebo (Aris Thessaloniki)

Forwards: Moses Simon (Nantes), Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal), Ademola Lookman (Atalanta), Terem Moffi (Lorient), Paul Onuachu (Genk FC), Victor Osimhen (Napoli) and  Emmanuel Dennis (Nottingham Forest)

Coach: José Peseiro.

12:20 PM2 months ago

Portugal Squad

Goalkeepers: Diogo Costa (Porto), José Sá (Wolverhampton) and Rui Patrício (Roma)

Defenders: Diogo Dalot (Manchester United), João Cancelo (Manchester City), António Silva (Benfica), Danilo Pereira (Paris Saint-Germain), Pepe (Porto), Rúben Dias (Manchester City), Nuno Mendes (Paris Saint-Germain) and Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund)

Midfielders: João Palhinha (Fulham), Rúben Neves (Wolverhampton), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City), Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United), João Mário (Benfica), Matheus Nunes (Wolverhampton), Otávio (Porto), Vitinha (Paris Saint-Germain) and William Carvalho (Betis)

Forwards: André Silva (RB Leipzig), Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), Gonçalo Ramos (Benfica), João Félix (Atlético de Madrid), Rafael Leão (Milan) and Ricardo Horta (Braga).

Coach: Fernando Santos.

12:15 PM2 months ago

Super Eagles

Nigeria will not be at the World Cup. It is the first time since 2006. Their debut came in 1994 and they won spots in 2002, 2010, 2014, and 2018. Now, the Super Eagles are holding friendly matches, coming off a loss, 2-0, to Costa Rica.
12:10 PM2 months ago

Quinas National Team

Portugal continues its preparation for the World Cup in Qatar. Part of group H, with Uruguay, Ghana and South Korea, the Seleção das Quinas, as it is known, will debut on November 24, Thursday, at 12 pm, against Ghana. Aiming at the world, the Portuguese chose to hold a friendly.
12:05 PM2 months ago

Preparing for Qatar

Portugal vs Nigeria, this Thursday (17), at the José Alvalade Stadium, at 2:45 pm ET, for the Friendly Match.
12:00 PM2 months ago

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