- End of 2nd Half
- 2nd Half
- TrincãoDiogo Jota79'
- Cristiano RonaldoFélix72'
- 1/2 Time
- 1st Half
Portugal - Spain
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FT: Portugal 0-0 Spain. One of the better goalless draws, with the crossbar saving Spain twice. Ronaldo's run of successive games with a goal comes to an end. On to the Nations League for this pair. Thanks for joining us. Goodnight.
MISS! Right at the last! Felix should score, but gets it all wrong, somehow missing the ball completely at the far post!
Jota carries the attack to Spain, has a go with his right foot, but that is blocked.
Three minutes of added time here.
The Ramos chance! He meets a corner really well, but he cannot guide the header on target.
Spain coming forward en masse as they search for a winner.
Especially friendlies that are 0-0...
William Carvalho arrives in the box, but cannot guide his header on target.
- OffEric GarcíaSpain
- OnSergio RamosSpain
A cameo performance for Sergio Ramos, as he makes his 173rd international cap in place of Eric Garcia.
Very ambitious effort from Traore from the tightest of angles. That is always heading wide.
Here is Jota, as he replaces Trincao.
Liverpool's Diogo Jota is coming on shortly. Can he be the match winner?
- OffCristiano RonaldoPortugal
- OnJoão FélixPortugal
That is your lot for Ronaldo, as he is replaced by Atletico's Joao Felix.
SAVE! Explosive pace fr4om Traore down the right, he gets to the byline, pulls is back for Olmo, who fires for goal first time, but Patricio hangs out a left foot and makes a smart save.
Ronaldo has another effort from distance, but that is always flying wide.
Wolves v Wolves.
- OffRaphaël GuerreiroPortugal
- OnNélson SemedoPortugal
What the game needs is another Wolves player. Nelson Semedo this time, on for Guerrero.
CROSSBAR AND DOWN ON THE LINE AGAIN! Ronaldo with the incredible pass this time, Sanches arrives right on cue, shoots for goal first time but, again, the ball hits the underside of the crossbar and comes down on the line!
Spain have scored 17 goals in their last four matches, but they are not really testing Patricio here.
Portugal still very much in the ascendancy here.
A huge moment for the Wolves man.
- OffSergio CanalesSpain
- OnAdama TraoréSpain
Huge moment for Adama Traore, who was also called up by Mali this week. He comes on, as does Manchester City's Rodri.
Ronaldo fouled as he drops very deep to collect the ball.
- Yellow cardRúben SemedoPortugal
Olmo in the thick of it again, as he goes down very theatrically indeed, with Semedo booked for a flailing arm.
Normal service is resumed as Olmo has a shot at goal which is well wide.
CROSSBAR! Of course, it is Ronaldo. The skipper shifts the ball onto his right foot, then his left, unleashes a thunderous strike, it beats Kepa all ends up, but hits the crossbar, bounces down on the goal line and away.
Bernardo Silva, on at half time, has improved Portugal, tenfold here.
Eric Garcia runs into the back of Cristiano Ronaldo and concedes a free-kick.
Portugal look much more settled now and are enjoying all the possession at the start of the half.
- OffAndré SilvaPortugal
- OnBernardo SilvaPortugal
We are back under way here. Plentiful change for both side, of course, with it being a friendly.
Not quite as wild as this, this time around.
Meanwhile, in France, what a way to mark your international debut!
- End of 1st Half
HT: Portugal 0-0 Spain. For some reason, the referee decided to end the half 10 minutes early!
- Yellow cardSergio ReguilónSpain
First yellow card of the game is for Sergio Reguilon, for persistent fouling.
CHANCE! Probably the chance of the half falls for Guerrero, after a lovely flick from Trincao, but full-back fires well over from eight yards. Got right underneath the bouncing ball.
Barcelona's Trincao, who we have not seen much from, does well to clip a pass into Sanches, but again the move breaks down.
Once again, it is that man Olmo with a shot from long range, but Man City's man Joao Cancelo is across to make the block.
Canales cuts onto this right foot, but his shot at goal is blocked.
Sanches tries to feed the ball through for Andre Silva, but he gets too much on it.
Portugal have really upped their tempo now and are starting to take the game to Spain.
Two corners for Portugal cause problems, but Spain deal with them.
Portugal are at least pressing a little higher, forcing Spain back into their own half.
They have been very much second best here.
Finally Ronaldo gets on the ball, gives it to Renato Sanches who has a crack, but that is always rising.
Like Groundhog Day this as Olmo again has an effort, and again it is an easy save for Patricio.
Portugal have at least settled into this. Still not one single attack.
Rodrigo does well to get across Pepe to flick for goal, but the experienced Pepe makes the block, before Gerardo goes for the rebound, but fires into the side-netting.
Another shot at goal from Spain! Rodrigo again, and again a comfortable save for Patricio.
It is nice to see some fans in the stadium tonight, and shows it can be done, socially distanced.
Olmo again with the effort, but that is straight at Patricio.
Leeds striker Rodrigo cuts onto his left foot, tries to curl one for the far corner, but that is always heading wide.
Spain still camped in the Portugal half. Very impressive start from the visitors.
Sergio Canales gets to the byline, drills it across, but Raphael Guerrero does well to make the block. One-way traffic here.
Spain still dominating here. Portugal cannot get out of their own half!
Spain remain on the front foot Dani Ceballos threads it through for Olmo who, from a very tight angle, fizzes one across the face of goal.
SAVE! Great start from the visitors, Dani Olma feeds the ball across for Gerardo Moreno, who bundles his way to the edge of the six-yard box, pokes for goal, but Rui Patricio makes a smart block.
- 1st Half
KICK OFF! We are up and running here in Lisbon.
We are moments away! Plenty of Premier League interest in this one, and a myriad of star names from clubs around Europe!
Coronavirus has not affected these two too much in the run up to this friendly. The same, however, cannot be said elsewhere...
More of this, please.
KEPA OVER DE GEA, RONALDO STARTS: There's no rest for the Portugal skipper Cristiano Ronaldo, who starts tonight. There are THREE Wolves players in the Portugal line-up. There's another Wolves player who could be involved tonight, and that is Adama Traore, off the bench for Spain. Kepa Arrizabalaga, despite being left out in the cold by Chelsea, starts over David de Gea in goal for Spain, who have two Leeds players in their starting XI.
TEAM NEWS - PORTUGAL: Patricio, Pepe, Guerreiro, Semedo, Cancelo, Moutinho, Sanches, Neves, Ronaldo (c), Andre Silva, Trincao... Subs: Lopes, Silva, Semedo, Dias, Sequeira, Bernardo Silva, Fernandes, Pereira, Carvalho, Jota, Rafa Silva, Joao Felix. /// SPAIN: Kepa, Garcia, Llorente, Reguilon, Sergi Roberto, Busquets (c), Ceballos, Canales, Olmo, Moreno, Rodrigo... Subs: De Gea, Simon, Pau Torres, Gaya, Ramos, Navas, Merino, Rodri, Campana, Adama Traore, Fati, Ferran Torres.
The teams are in...
Hello and welcome to our LIVE coverage of Portugal's friendly clash with Spain from Lisbon. Last year's Nations League winners will face a new look team with Luis Enrique picking a varied squad - there are 18 clubs represented. Let's hope for the same thrills and spills from the last meeting between these two, where a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick rescued a point for Portugal at the 2018 World Cup.