LIVE – Türkiye-Portugal (0-3): virtually qualified, the “Seleção” worsens the score

LIVE – Türkiye-Portugal (0-3): virtually qualified, the “Seleção” worsens the score
LIVE – Türkiye-Portugal (0-3): virtually qualified, the “Seleção” worsens the score

Poster with a view of the round of 16.

Turkey and Portugal, who both made their debuts in the Euro, challenge each other on Saturday June 22, with the possibility of a double blow.

A match to follow with us on TF1info.

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Euro 2024

IN PROGRESS

Groupe F – Euro 2024

June 22, 2024, Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund (Germany)

Türkiye

Portugal

0 – 3

  • Bernardo Silva 21′
  • Samet Akaydin (csc) 29′
  • Bruno Fernandes 56′
19:21

61′

Top scorer in the history of the Euro, Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the best passer with his offering to Bruno Fernandes. At 39 years old, “CR7” continues to break records.

19:20

59′

Change for Turkey: Kaan Ayhan leaves, Ismail Yuksek enters.

19:19

59′

Change for Turkey: Kenan Yildiz replaces Kerem Aktürkoglu, the best Turk in this game.

19:18

57′

Things are starting to turn into a correction for Turkey.

19:15

56′

BUUUUUUUUUT FROM BRUNO FERNANDES FOR PORTUGAL! Starting behind the poorly aligned Turkish defense, Cristiano Ronaldo delays against Bayindir. He offers the goal to Bruno Fernandes on a plate. The Mancunian concludes calmly from the right. 0-3 for Portugal.

19:14

53′

Yacizi lights a fuse from afar for the Turks. Although slightly deflected, his shot does not surprise Diogo Costa.

19:12

50′

Trailing 2-0, Turkey throws its last forces into the fight. She tries everything, even if it is difficult to see her coming back to score, as she shows such clumsiness and feverishness.

19:05

48′

Change for Turkey: Yusuf Yacizi replaces Orkun Kokcu, probably to try to be more incisive.

19:05

47′

Change for Portugal: Joao Palhinha leaves, Ruben Neves enters. We are already turning towards the Lusitanians.

19:04

47′

Change for Portugal: Pedro Neto replaces Rafael Leao, who will be preserved after his good first period.

19:03

46′

IT’S GOING AGAIN AT SIGNAL IDUNA PARK! It moved on both benches. Vincenzo Montella and Roberto Martinez bring in fresh blood.

18:48

45’+1

IT’S HALF TIME AT SIGNAL IDUNA PARK! Too feverish defensively, Turkey took on water in these first 45 minutes. Bernardo Silva (21st) opened the scoring for the Portuguese, before the unfortunate Samet Akaydin (29th) deceived his goalkeeper with a risky pass. At the break, the Seleção is virtually qualified for the round of 16.

18:47

45′

Yellow card for Joao Palinha, who illegally stops Akgün.

18:47

43′

Yellow card for Zeli Celik, stupidly sanctioned for having contested Mr. Zwayer’s decision targeting Akaydin.

18:46

42′

Yellow card for Samet Akaydin, very late on Leao.

18:45

41′

Kokcu warms Diogo Costa’s gloves. A daring strike which does not worry the FC Porto goalkeeper.

18:44

39′

Yellow card for Rafael Leao, warned for a crude simulation. He will miss Portugal’s third and final group match, Wednesday June 26, against Georgia.

18:43

38′

Aktürkoglu hurts Cancelo on the right, before resisting Palhinha’s tackle. He manages to cross but Pepe clears. Calhanoglu commits a foul on Vitinha.

18:42

Watch Samet Akaydin’s Turkish csc again.

18:41

36′

It’s Cristiano Ronaldo’s turn to try his luck. Staggered by Bernardo Silva to the left of the area, the captain of the Seleção curls his shot from the right. It’s fleeing Bayindir’s cage.

18:39

35′

Bruno Fernandes rushes a little too much in his shot. On a counter launched by Cancelo, the Manchester United midfielder is found at the entrance to the opposing zone. He unleashes a powerful shot… without hitting the frame.

18:37

34′

We sense the Turks are extremely feverish. Portugal is camped on the outskirts of their surface. The Lusitanian waves follow one another.

18:36

Watch Bernardo Silva’s opener again.

18:34

31′

Aktürkoglu tries to sound a revolt! Taking advantage of a release, the Galatasaray winger enters the area. He shoots but comes up against Diogo Costa, who diverts near his right post.

18:32

29′

BUUUUUUUUUT AGAINST HIS SAMET AKAYDIN ​​CAMP! What a gag goal conceded by Turkey. On a poorly measured pass from Cancelo, the Turkish defender plays back towards his goalkeeper. A risky pass which surprises Bayindir. 0-2 for Portugal.

18:31

28′

Bayindir doesn’t look the most serene in his cage. Mert Günok’s understudy does not exude complete calm.

18:30

25′

Yellow card for Bardakci, penalized for a hard tackle on Vitinha. He will be suspended for the third and final group match against the Czech Republic.

18:29

24′

Bruno Fernandes misses his recovery. New incursion from Leao on the left side. He sees his cross being blocked. The ball returns to his selection partner. The Mancunian unleashes a volley from the right which does not find Bayindir’s target.

18:24

21′

BUUUUUUUUUT FROM BERNARDO SILVA FOR PORTUGAL! Shifted into the left lane by Leao, Nuno Mendes adjusts his cross at ground level in front of Bayindir’s goal. The deflected ball flies to the Manchester City player. He shakes the nets with a left shot. 0-1 for Portugal.

18:24

20′

With coolness and roughness, Pepe intervenes on Kokcu. The Portuguese captain, a 41-year-old veteran, stops the Turkish counterattack.

18:22

19′

Turks and Portuguese bring impact to contacts.

18:21

17′

Highly requested by his teammates, Leao gets rid of Celik in his left lane. Akaydin comes to close the door on the AC Milan striker, who touches the ball. Goal kick.

18:19

16′

The duels are abrupt. Pepe limps after a big shock.

18:18

15′

With leg passes, Cristiano Ronaldo clears Bardakci near the right corner post. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner crosses first for Leao, who hits his head.

18:17

14′

The Turks open the game. They leave spaces for the Seleção.

18:15

13′

Cancelo and Vitinha combine on the right side. The PSG midfielder crosses towards the far post. Leao, arrived launched, header towards the penalty spot. Cristiano Ronaldo was not there.

18:13

Watch the two-part kick-off again.

18:12

10′

We are witnessing a wild start to the match. There is no observation round. Good for us and the show.

18:12

8′

Wanted by Cancelo, who crosses from the right, Cristiano Ronaldo rises higher than his opponents. The striker Al-Nassr places a header which he fails to target.

18:10

7′

Aktürkoglu gets up after remaining on the ground for a few seconds.

18:07

6′

Aktürkoglu very close to opening the score! On a smoothly executed counterattack, Celik delivers a cross towards the far post. The Galatasaray winger appears behind Cancelo, but fails to push the ball into the goal. Diogo Costa was hot.

18:06

4′

The Seleção invades the opposing camp. Found in front of the area, following good work from Vitinha, Bruno Fernandes fires his shot. It is countered by the Turkish defense.

18:03

2′

Launched deep on the right, after a good transition from Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva crosses towards the Turkish zone of truth. Cristiano Ronaldo shoots a crushed volley from the right. Bayindir lays down well on the ball.

18:01

1′

LET’S GO TO SIGNAL IDUNA PARK! Bruno Fernandes kicks off. The Portuguese midfielder has to try twice after a false start.

17:55

PREMATCH

The two selections take to the pitch at Signal Iduna Park. We start with the Portuguese anthem “A Portuguesa”, followed by the Turkish “İstiklâl Marşı” in an incandescent atmosphere.

17:45

PREMATCH

For his 6th Euro, Cristiano Ronaldo is there.

17:32

PREMATCH

Arda Güler is there, but he was not sufficiently recovered, according to his coach. “He was not 100% in recent days,” Vincenzo Montella told the press on Friday.

17:28

PREMATCH

Last minute change for Turkey. His starting goalkeeper Mert Günok withdrew after a knee injury, Vincenzo Montella lined up his understudy Altay Bayindir.

17:25

PREMATCH

A goal machine, Cristiano Ronaldo is not infallible. Although he has scored for 47 different national teams in his career, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has never scored against Turkey.

17:24

PREMATCH

Turkish fans also brought the show to town.

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17:19

PREMATCH

Big surprise in Vincenzo Montella’s Turkish starting 11: the nugget Arda Güler, starter during the inaugural victory against Georgia (3-1), will start the game on the bench. With Kenan Yıldız, they became the first players aged 19 for the same team at the Euro for 60 years.

17:13

COMPOSITION

The 11 team of Portugal: Diogo Costa – Dalot, Dias, Pepe, Mendes – Vitinha, Palhinha, Bruno Fernandes – Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo (capitaine), Leao.

17:07

COMPOSITION

Le 11 de l’équipe de Turquie: Bayindir – Celik, Akaydin, Abdülkerim, Kadioglu – Kokcu, Calhanoglu (capitaine), Kaan – Yunus, Baris, Aktürkoglu.

17:06

PREMATCH

The Portuguese tide is sweeping through the streets of Dortmund.

17:02

PREMATCH

While waiting for Belgium-Romania (to follow with us at 9 p.m.), Turkey and Portugal face off at the top of Group F, where the Georgians and Czechs neutralized each other (1-1), earlier in the afternoon . The matches to follow, the goal to review, the paper to read… Until July 14, TF1info brings you today’s program.

Euro 2024
Published today at 8:00 a.m.
16:58

WELCOME

Hello everyone. Welcome to TF1info to follow the Group F clash between Turkey and Portugal. The kick-off will be given at 6 p.m. by the German referee Mr. Félix Zwayer.

The challenge ? Qualifying in the eighth and perhaps already first place in the group. Fallers respectively of Georgia (3-1) and the Czech Republic (2-1) at the opening of their Euro, Turkey and Portugal face each other, Saturday June 22 (at 6 p.m., live commentary on TF1info) in the top of Group F, where Georgians and Czechs will aim for a first victory earlier today (3 p.m.).

Led by their young guard, the nugget Arda Güler and Kenan Yıldız, who became the first players aged 19 for the same team at the Euro for 60 years, the Crescent and Stars will try to offer themselves the scalp of the Selection Portuguese for the first time in the tournament (three defeats in 1996, 2000 and 2008). By bagging a new success, they would reach the knockout phase, a first since 2008.

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What veteran Cristiano Ronaldo, older (39 years old) than the two young Turks combined, will seek to prevent. To help his Portugal reach the round of 16, the five-time Ballon d’Or would be well inspired to become the oldest scorer in the Euro, a mark held since 2008 by the Austrian Ivica Vastic, at 38 years and 257 days. But “CR7”, frustrated against the Czech Republic, must still succeed in shaking the Turkish nets. Which he did against 47 different national teams, but never against Turkey.

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Yohan ROBLIN

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