Portugal Vs Belgium Live Stream Euro

Euro 2020 Finals round of 16 encounter, with Belgium taking on Portugal on Sunday the 27th of June, 2021, at Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla.

There is no doubt that Belgium are one of the teams that left the best impressions in the group stage; that 3-0 over Russia in Saint Petersburg on their debut was just… too easy, from beating the Russians “away from home” they went to beating the Danes also “as guests”, 1-2, in Copenhagen, despite going 1-0 down less than two minutes into the game, and last but not least, they saw Finland off as well, 0-2, scoring both goals in the last 15-20 minutes, having dominated though on the pitch right from the word go.

 Their current form reads; WWWWD. Coach Roberto Martínez played a 3-4-2-1 formation against the Finns in their last game, with Lukaku up front. He scored his team’s second goal in the 81st minute. Finland’s goalkeeper, Hrádecký, had proved unlucky seven minutes earlier, slapping the ball into his own net.

Portugal’s coach, Fernando Santos, was yelling and signaling to his players in the dying minutes of their game versus France to go forward, try win the game, not settle for that 2-2 draw. His players did not really… play along, looking content with that draw. Santos knew that drawing with France, given that Hungary vs Germany was at 2-2, meant that Portugal would be facing Belgium in the round of 16. That’s not what they wanted for this early round

… Portugal’s current form reads; DLWWD. They finished the group on four points, beating Hungary 0-3, losing 2-4 to Germany and drawing 2-2 with France. Coach Santos played a 4-1-4-1 formation against the French, with Cristiano Ronaldo up front. He scored both goals for his team, both from the penalty spot.

Belgium and Portugal have met 18 times in the past and numbers between them are impressively similar; the Portuguese have 6W, 7D and 5L, having done marginally better than the Belgians. In goals scored though, it’s the Belgians who have a marginal advantage, 22-21. They have faced each other three times (six matches) in Euro qualifiers (more recently in 2006-07), but this is their first encounter ever in Euro finals.

A 2-1 victory for Belgium is predicted at full-time.

Date: Sunday, 27th of June, 2021.

Venue: Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla

Kick-off time: 21:00 (GMT+2).

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