Goals and Highlights Portugal 2-0 Iceland in Qualifiers Euro 2024


4:41 PM18 days ago


Portugal does its homework, beats Iceland with ease and ends Euro Qualifying at the top of its group
4:32 PM18 days ago


Nearing the penalty spot, Arnor Traustason headed in a promising attempt to convert the cross into a goal. But Diogo Costa makes an important save on the right side of the goal!
4:25 PM18 days ago


João Palhinha takes the free-kick from a promising distance with a fine shot. The shot is heading for the left side of the goal, but is blocked by Hakon Valdimarsson with a great save!
4:17 PM18 days ago


Ricardo Horta sends the cross over the top into the penalty area. Unfortunately for him, the opposing defense deals comfortably with the cross and intercepts the long ball.
4:11 PM18 days ago


FROM PORTUGAL! It's a goal! Ricardo Horta beats the goalkeeper and increases the score for his team.
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Arnor Sigurdsson (Iceland) tries to find the head of one of his team-mates with a promising cross into the box. Unfortunately for him, the opposing defense outpaces the attacking players and snuffs out the dangerous threat.
4:04 PM18 days ago


Bruno Fernandes doesn't take the corner with a cross into the box. Instead, he passes the ball to his closest partner.
3:54 PM18 days ago


Jon Thorsteinsson (Iceland) volleys from the edge of the box following a rebound. It's a good shot and Diogo Costa struggles, but the ball is inches wide of the left post.
3:50 PM18 days ago


Ball rolling for the second half of Portugal v Iceland
3:38 PM18 days ago


End of the first half for Portugal 1-0 Iceland.
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Joao Felix enters the empty space and tries to deliver a dangerous low pass into the box. However, the pass only finds one of the opposing defenders. The referee and one of his assistants signal for a corner to be taken by Portugal.
3:25 PM18 days ago


PORTUGAL! Bruno Fernandes coolly beats the goalkeeper to open the scoring against Iceland: 1-0.
3:20 PM18 days ago


Joao Felix (Portugal) delivers a beautiful cross from the high centre of the box. The opposing defense is alert and one of the defenders clears it.
3:14 PM18 days ago


Joao Cancelo produces a dangerous cross over the top. The opposing defender intercepts it and clears the danger.
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Isak Johannesson (Iceland) carelessly hit his opponent's legs and knew he would be punished. This time, however, Anastasios Papapetrou kept the cards in his pocket and only scored a free-kick. Portugal win a free-kick.
3:12 PM18 days ago


Jon Thorsteinsson sends a cross into the box from the edge of the box, but he doesn't get a good grip on the ball and it's cleared away by the defense.
2:58 PM18 days ago


Joao Mario crosses into the box, but Hakon Valdimarsson intercepts the ball.
2:53 PM18 days ago


Arnor Sigurdsson (Iceland) controls the ball, dribbles into the box and fires a superb low shot across goal, but Diogo Costa saves well.
2:46 PM18 days ago


Ball rolling for Portugal vs Iceland at Estádio José Alvalade in Lisbon, Portugal in the UEFA European Championship Qualifiers
2:40 PM18 days ago


Iceland are in 4th place in Group J of the UEFA EURO 2024 Qualifiers with 10 points from 3 wins, 1 draw and 5 losses, 17 goals scored and 14 goals conceded.

Iceland had been on a good run of 3 games without losing, with 2 wins and a draw, however, in the last round of the Euro Cup Qualifiers, they lost 4-2 away to Slovakia. The team no longer has a chance of qualifying via the Qualifiers, and will have to seek a place via the Nations League.

Iceland have only one win in their last five away games, and four defeats.

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Portugal are in 1st place in Group J of the Euro 2024 Qualifiers with 27 points, 9 wins, 34 goals scored and 2 goals conceded.

Portugal are in a very good run of form, having won 9 in a row. The team had already qualified, and in the last round of Euro 2024 qualifying, they beat Liechtenstein 2-0 away from home.

Portugal have the best attack in the Euro 2024 Qualifiers, with 34 goals scored in 9 games.

2:35 PM18 days ago

Portugal vs Iceland history

Portugal are undefeated in this fixture, with 3 wins and a draw, and 10 goals scored and 5 conceded. In their last encounter, Portugal won 1-0 away from home in the first round of the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.
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Diogo Dalot has been released due to the birth of his daughter.


Arnor Traustason is absent due to an injury sustained in the game against Slovakia.

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On the other side, Iceland, in fourth place with 10 points, were beaten 4-2 by Slovakia on the last matchday after thrashing Liechtenstein 4-0. They are now four points behind Luxembourg, who are in third place.
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Having qualified early for Euro 2024, Portugal return to the pitch looking to maintain their 100% record in qualifying. For the first time in their history, the team has the chance to end the first phase leading their group only with victories. At the top of Group J with 27 points, the Portuguese are unbeaten, having won nine of their nine matches.
2:11 PM18 days ago

Iceland XI

Valdimarsson; Hermannsson, Palsson, Ingason, Thorarinsson; Willumsson, Johannesson, Sigurdsson; Thorsteinsson, Finnbogasson, Gudmundsso
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Diogo Costa, João Mário, Dias, Inácio, Cancelo, Bruno Fernandes, Otávio, Palhinha, Bernardo Silva, Ronaldo & Félix.
2:01 PM18 days ago

Where and how to watch Portugal vs Iceland on TV in real time?

Portugal vs Iceland
World Cup qualifiers

Date: Sunday, November 19, 2023;

Time: 16:45 (Brasilia time);

Venue: José Alvalade Stadium, Lisbon, Portugal;

Where to watch: ESPN (pay-TV) and Star+ (streaming).

1:56 PM18 days ago

When is the Portugal vs Iceland match, how to watch it LIVE and in real time?

The match between Portugal and Iceland will kick off at 16:45 (Brasília time) at the José Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal, in the ninth and penultimate match of Group C of the European Championship Qualifiers. You can watch it all here on VAVEL Brasil. The match will be broadcast on Star+ (streaming).
1:51 PM18 days ago

Portugal's probable line-up against Iceland

Costa; Cancelo, Inácio, Dias, Guerreiro; Fernandes, Palhinha, B. Silva; Felix, Ronaldo, Jota.
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Probable Iceland

Olafsson; Sampsted, Palsson, Ingason, Finnsson; Hlynsson, Gudmundsson, Gunnarsson; A. Gudjohnsen, Finnbogason, A. Sigurdsson.
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Roberto Martínez is expected to tinker with the team again, making several changes to the line-up that started against Liechtenstein. Diogo Costa could return in goal along with João Palhinha, Ruben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro and Gonçalo Inácio as starters. Cristiano Ronaldo should also start the match.

Arnor Traustason picked up an injury against Slovakia and is out of this match. Aron Gunnarsson could replace him. There are likely to be other changes in the attacking sector, with Alfred FInnbogason and Andri Gudjohnsen up front

1:36 PM18 days ago

undefeated leaders

The Lusitanians are undefeated leaders of Group J with 27 points, and are guaranteed a place in the competition. Strákarnir Okkar, on the other hand, are 4th with 10 points and could be overtaken by Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are just a point behind.
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Although the Icelandic team is still considering the possibility of qualifying for the European Championship via the play-offs, they know that this will be a very difficult path. Only one place will be at stake and countries like Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland and Norway will be major obstacles for Iceland. After delighting the world with their participation in Euro 2016, Iceland failed to qualify for the 2020 edition, and once again they are likely to miss out on the world's biggest continental tournament.

Midfielder Arnor Traustason is expected to be Iceland's only absentee for the game against Portugal. The player from Swedish club IFK Norrköping picked up an injury in the match against Slovakia and is expected to be replaced by the experienced Aron Gunnarsson, who played a part in Iceland's Euro 2016 campaigns and qualification for the 2018 World Cup.

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With an overwhelming qualifying campaign, Portugal booked their place in the European Championship with several rounds to spare, giving coach Roberto Martínez the opportunity to rotate his squad and try out different formations. Although the match has no bearing on the Portuguese team's final ranking, it is essential for Martínez to make a careful assessment of the performance of his players, many of whom are still trying to prove they have enough merit to make the final squad for the tournament in Germany in June next year.

The team is missing some of its key players for the clash with Iceland: Matheus Nunes, Pepe, Rafael Leão and Nelson Semedo are all out through injury. In addition to these casualties, full-back Diogo Dalot has asked to be excused from the national team in order to attend the birth of his daughter this week.



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The match between Portugal and Iceland is the ninth and penultimate match in Group C of the UEFA European Championship Qualifiers.

Portugal, who qualified early for Euro 2024, return to the pitch looking to maintain their 100% record in qualifying. For the first time in its history, the team has the chance to end the first phase leading its group only with victories. At the top of Group J, with 27 points, the Portuguese are unbeaten, with nine wins in nine games.

On the other side, Iceland, in fourth place with 10 points, were beaten 4-2 by Slovakia in the last round after thrashing Liechtenstein 4-0. They are four points behind Luxembourg, who are in third place.

The match takes place in the ninth and penultimate round of Group C of the European Championship Qualifiers this Sunday (19) at the José Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal. Kick-off is at 16:45.

1:16 PM18 days ago

Welcome to the Portugal vs Iceland live stream

Hello, soccer lovers! It's now time for a crucial European Championship qualifier between two teams: Iceland on one side. On the other is Portugal. Follow everything about the duel between the teams here, in real time on VAVEL Brasil.