Belgium Thrash Ireland; Portugal Held to a Frustrating Draw

Football | News18.com | June 19, 2016, 6:14 pm
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Cristiano Ronaldo missed a second-half penalty as Portugal stumbled to a second straight draw at Euro 2016 on Saturday after a frustrating 0-0 stalemate against Group F rivals Austria in Paris. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

Cristiano Ronaldo missed a second-half penalty as Portugal stumbled to a second straight draw at Euro 2016 on Saturday after a frustrating 0-0 stalemate against Group F rivals Austria in Paris. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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Ronaldo set a new Portuguese record with his 128th international cap, surpassing the mark previously shared with Luis Figo. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

Ronaldo set a new Portuguese record with his 128th international cap, surpassing the mark previously shared with Luis Figo. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrate with his team-mate after scoring against Hungary. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrate with his team-mate after scoring against Hungary. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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Fans cheer for Iceland during the match. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

Fans cheer for Iceland during the match. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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An own-goal by Iceland's Birkir Savarsson in the dying seconds rescued a draw for Hungary in a frenetic Euro 2016 clash that keeps both team's hopes alive of a second round berth. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

An own-goal by Iceland's Birkir Savarsson in the dying seconds rescued a draw for Hungary in a frenetic Euro 2016 clash that keeps both team's hopes alive of a second round berth. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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The result put Belgium in prime position to qualify for the last 16 from Group E and also confirmed Italy as group winners. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

The result put Belgium in prime position to qualify for the last 16 from Group E and also confirmed Italy as group winners. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

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Romelu Lukaku silenced his critics with a brace as Belgium kick-started their Euro 2016 campaign by comfortably beating the Republic of Ireland 3-0 in Bordeaux on Saturday. (Photo Credit: Reuters)

Romelu Lukaku silenced his critics with a brace as Belgium kick-started their Euro 2016 campaign by comfortably beating the Republic of Ireland 3-0 in Bordeaux on Saturday. (Photo Credit: Reuters)