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Bola - Portugal lose in their European debut (handball)

Bola – Portugal lose in their European debut (handball)

60′ – the end of the match. Portugal loses to Islânida by 24-28.

59′ – 24-28, Iceland scored by Kristiansson.

58′ – 24-27, Portugal goal by Lionel Fernandez.

58′ – 23-27, Portugal goal by Miguel Alves.

57′ – 22-27, Portugal’s goal by Lionel Fernandez in the rebound after a free kick from 7 meters to the left post by Miguel Alves.

55′ – 21-27, Iceland scored by Gudmundsson.

55′ – 21-26, goal from Portugal by Ituriza.

53′ – 20-26, Iceland scored by Olsson.

53′ – 20-25, goal for Portugal by Ituriza.

51′ – 19-25, Iceland scored by Kristiansson.

50′ – 19-24, Iceland scored by Kristiansson.

47′ – 19-23, Portugal goal by Lionel Fernandez.

45′ – 18-23, goal from Portugal by Rui Silva.

44′-17-23, Iceland scored by Hallgrimsson.

44′ – 17-22, Portugal goal by Salina.

43′ – 16-22, Iceland goal by Jeslason

41′-16-21, Iceland scored by Gudjohnson.

41′ – 16-20, Portugal goal by Antonio Arria.

39′ – 15-20, Portugal goal by Rui Silva.

39′ – The timeout called by Paulo Jorge Pereira.

39′ – 14-20, Iceland scored by Johnson.

38′ – 14-19, Iceland scored by Kristiansson.

37′ – 14-18, Iceland scored by Ellison.

36′ – 14-17, goal from Portugal by Fabio Magalhães.

35′ – 13-17, Iceland scored by Ellison.

35′ – 13-16, Portugal’s goal by Diego Branquinho.

34′ – A wonderful save by Gustavo Capedvil for Ellison’s shot.

33′ – 12-16, Portugal’s goal by Fabio Magalhães.

33′ – 11-16, Iceland scores it with Marson.

32′ – 11-15, Iceland scored by Magnuson.

31′ – 11-14, Portugal goal by Diogo Branquinho.

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31′ – start of the second half.

At the end of the first half, Iceland beat Portugal by 4 goals: 10-14.

30′ – 10-14, Iceland scores it with Marson.

29′ – 10-13, Iceland scored by Gudjohnson.

29′ – 2 minute stop for Gilberto Duarte (Portugal).

29′ – 10-12, goal for Portugal, by Etoriza.

28′ – 9-12, Iceland scored with Marson.

26′ – 9-11, goal for Portugal, by Ituriza.

25′ – 8-11, Iceland scored by Gudjohnson.

24′ – 2 minute commentary by Salina (Portugal).

23′ – 8-10, goal for Portugal by Fabio Magalhaes.

21′-7-10, Iceland scored by Magnuson.

20′ – 7-9, Iceland scored by Gudjohnson.

19′ – 7-8, Iceland scored by Kristiansson.

19′ – 7-7, goal for Portugal from Salvador.

14′ – 6-7, Portugal goal by Salina.

13′-5-7, Iceland scored by Alison.

13′ – 5-6, Iceland scored by Gudmundsson.

12′ – 5-5, goal for Portugal by Antonio Arria.

12′ – 4-5, Iceland scored by Jeslason.

11′-4-4, Iceland scored by Johnson.

10′ – 4-3, Portugal goal by Rui Martins.

9′ – 3-3, goal for Portugal by Fabio Magalhaes.

8′ – 2-3, Iceland goal, from seven metres, by Inge Magnuson.

8′ – 2 minute ban for Alexandre Cavalcante (Portugal).

7′ – 2-2, Iceland scores it with Marson.

6′ – 2-1, Portugal’s goal by Alexandre Cavalcante.

5′ – 1-1, Iceland scores it with Marsson.

4′ – The ball is on the crossbar for the Portuguese goal, but the movement was preceded by a mistake.

4′ – Thiago Rocha approached 2-0, but the Icelandic goalkeeper put in a good performance and denied Portugal a second place.

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3′ – 2 minute stop for Elvar Johnson (Iceland).

2′ – Iceland indecisive attack. Portugal regain possession of the ball and have already suffered three errors. Good start for the Portuguese.

2′ – 1-0, goal for Portugal, by Antonio Arria

1′ – The match has begun. I left Portugal.

Before the match: The Portuguese players received the last encouragement from coach Paulo Jorge Pereira

Before the match: chants have already been heard in the multi-purpose pavilion in Budapest and the teams prepare for the start of the match

The Portuguese national team will play today, the European Championship, which is held in Hungary and Slovakia, against Iceland in the second group match, scheduled for 7.30 pm, in the Hungarian capital Budapest.

The other two rivals of the national team met at this stage of the competition, yesterday, Thursday, with the Netherlands surprising hosts Hungary with a 31-28 victory.

In anticipation of the match, coach Paulo Jorge Pereira was optimistic: “It will be a difficult match, we have fundamental motivations and I think we will be able to do something interesting for Portugal. We’ve been experts in the facility challenge before, and I hope our specialty can be confirmed.”