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The team reached the semi-finals of Euro , the World Cup and Euro , as well as the final of Euro , the latter on home soil.
At Euro , Portugal won its first ever major trophy, defeating hosts France 1—0 after extra time, with the winning goal scored by Eder.
The current head coach is Fernando Santos and the captain is Cristiano Ronaldo , who also holds the team record for most caps and for most goals.
Portugal was not invited to the World Cup , which only featured a final stage and no qualification round. The team took part in the FIFA World Cup qualification , but failed to eliminate their Spanish opponents, aggregating two defeats in the two-legged round, with a 9—0 loss in Madrid and 2—1 loss in Lisbon for an aggregate score of 11—1.
Because of the international conflict due to the World War II , there was no World Cup held until the competition and subsequently, the national team made very few games against other teams.
A 10—0 home friendly defeat against England , two years after the war, was the proof of how the irregularity of the games had taken its effects on the squad; this result still stands as their biggest ever defeat.
On the restart of games, the team was to play a two-legged round against Spain , just like in the qualification. After a 5—1 defeat in Madrid, they managed to draw in the second game 2—2 and so the qualification ended with a 7—3 aggregate score.
While they did not qualify on the pitch, they would later be invited to replace Turkey , which had withdrawn from participating; however, Portugal too refused to participate.
For the qualification of the World Cup , the team would play Austria. The Austrians won the first game with a humiliating 9—1 result.
The best the national team could do was hold the team to a goalless draw in Lisbon, and the round ended with a 9—1 defeat.
In the qualification , Portugal won a qualification match for the first time, 3—0 at home with Italy. Nevertheless, they finished last in the group stage that also featured Northern Ireland ; only the first-placed team, Northern Ireland, would qualify.
The first edition was a knock-out tournament, the last four teams participating in final stage that only featured one leg while the older stages had two legs.
The quarter-final opponent was Yugoslavia. Despite winning the first game 2—1, they lost the second leg 5—1 in Belgrade , and lost 6—3 on aggregate.
Portugal ended second in the group, behind England. Like in the previous World Cup qualification, only the first in the group would qualify.
In the European Championship. Portugal played against Bulgaria in the first round. The Portuguese lost in Sofia and won in Lisbon.
With the round tied 4—4, a replay was needed in a neutral ground. In Rome, Portugal lost 1—0. They topped the group with only one draw and one defeat during all the six games and finally qualified for a FIFA World Cup, that year the final stage would be held in England.
Notable results were both 1—0 away wins against Czechoslovakia and Turkey and a 5—1 home win against the Turks.
The team started out with three wins in the group stage where they were in Group C when they beat Hungary 3—1, Bulgaria 3—0, and two-time defending champions Brazil 3—1.
Later, they reached the semi-finals where they were beaten by hosts England 2—1; in this game, Portugal would have played in Liverpool , but as England were the hosts, FIFA decided that the game should have been in London, which led the Portuguese team travel unexpectedly from Liverpool to London.
Portugal then defeated the Soviet Union 2—1 in the third place match for their best World Cup finish to date. In the Euro qualifiers , Portugal had to win its group that comprised the teams of Belgium , Denmark and Scotland.
Portugal finished second to Belgium. For the qualification stages , Portugal were unable to defeat Bulgaria 2—2 in the decisive match, thus not qualifying.
Portugal faced tough competition from the strong Poland team for the place in the World Cup in Argentina. They finished second place, behind Poland.
The national team was put alongside Austria, Belgium, Norway and Scotland to fight for the first spot in the group, which would allow them to go to the final stage of UEFA Euro Portugal took third place.
For the qualification , the Portuguese team had to face Israel , Northern Ireland, Scotland and Sweden for the top two group places.
Portugal finished in fourth place. Portugal won the group with a win over the Soviet Union. In the first two matches, they tied 0—0 and 1—1 against West Germany and Spain, respectively.
A 1—0 win over Romania gave them second place in the group, to go through to the knockout stage, where they were matched against the hosts, France.
The game was tied after 90 minutes and went into extra time; Portugal made the score 2—1, but France scored in the th and th minutes to eliminate Portugal 3—2 and go through to the final.
Needing a win in the last game against West Germany in Stuttgart , Portugal won the game to become the first team to beat West Germany at their home ground in an official match.
The team exited early in the group stages after a win and two losses. They started with a 1—0 win to England, but later were beaten by Poland and Morocco 1—0 and 3—1 respectively.
Their staying in Mexico was marked by the Saltillo Affair , where players refused to train in order to win more prizes from the Football Federation.
The World Cup qualification was in a group along with Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Luxembourg and Switzerland, Portugal fought to get one of the first two spots of the group.
Playing at home against Czechoslovakia, the game ended in a 0—0 allowing the East Europeans to get the second place. During the draws for the Euro qualifying , the Netherlands , Greece, Finland and Malta were the other teams.
The Portuguese ended second behind the Dutch. For the World Cup qualification , Portugal played in the same group as Estonia , Italy, Malta, Scotland and Switzerland for the two highest places.
They ended in third behind Italy and Switzerland. In Euro qualifying , Portugal finished second in their group, one point short of first-placed Romania.
However, after finishing as the top runner-up nation in qualifying, Portugal nonetheless secured passage to the tournament final stage.
In the final stage , they defeated England 3—2, Romania 1—0 and Germany 3—0 to finish first in Group A , then defeated Turkey in the quarter-finals.
In the semi-final against France, Portugal were eliminated in extra time when Zinedine Zidane converted a penalty. Referee Günter Benkö awarded the spot kick for a handball after Abel Xavier blocked a shot.
Xavier, Nuno Gomes and Paulo Bento were all given lengthy suspensions for subsequently shoving the referee.
Questionable managing choices and some amateurism, including the same lack of agreement on prizes. Portugal underachieved and ended third in its group stage, subsequently eliminated.
Portugal entered the tournament as favourites to win Group D. However, they were upset 3—2 by the United States. They then rebounded with a 4—0 smashing of Poland.
Needing a draw to advance, they lost the final group game to hosts South Korea. On the preparation, the Football Federation made a contract with Luiz Felipe Scolari to manage the team until the tournament ended.
The Portuguese team entered the tournament being a favourite to win it. The host nation lost the first game against Greece 1—2. They got their first win against Russia 2—0 and also beat Spain 1—0.
They went on to play against England, in a 2—2 draw that went into penalties, with Portugal winning. Portugal beat the Netherlands 2—1 in the semi-final.
They were beaten by Greece 1—0 in the final. The silver lining for Portugal was the emergence of Cristiano Ronaldo.
While Portugal was playing in the competition, Scolari agreed in a new two-year deal with the Federation. Portugal finished first in the qualifying round for the World Cup.
The Netherlands lost to Portugal 1—0 in the Round of 16 in Nuremberg in an acrimonious match marked by 16 yellow cards, with four players sent off.
See the Battle of Nuremberg. Portugal drew 0—0 after extra-time with England, but won 3—1 on penalties to reach their first World Cup semi-final since Portugal lost 1—0 against France in the semi-finals.
Portugal faced Germany in the third place play-off match in a 3—1 defeat. Once again Scolari was asked to accept a new deal with the Federation that would maintain with as the manager until the end of the next competition.
For Euro Portugal finished second in qualification behind Poland, and won their first two group games against Turkey and the Czech Republic, although a loss to co-hosts Switzerland set up a quarter-final matchup with Germany which the team lost 2—3.
After the tournament, Scolari left to take over at Chelsea. Portugal came second in the qualifying stages for the FIFA World Cup under Carlos Queiroz, then beat Bosnia and Herzegovina in a play-off , thereby reaching every tournament in the decade.
A match undefeated streak, in which the team conceded only three goals, ended with a loss to eventual champions Spain in the round of 16, 1—0.
Queiroz was later criticised for setting up his team in an overly cautious way. Queiroz was banned from coaching the national team for one month after he tried to block a doping test to the team while preparing for the World Cup, as well as directing insulting words to the testers.
Several media outbursts from Queiroz  against the heads of the Portuguese Football Federation followed, which partly prompted his dismissal.
Paulo Bento was appointed as his replacement at head coach. Bento's team qualified for Euro , They were drawn with Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands in a widely-speculated " group of death ".
They lost their first game 0—1 to Germany, then beat Denmark 3—2. The final group stage match was against the Netherlands.
After Van der Vaart had given the Dutch a 1—0 lead, Ronaldo netted twice to ensure a 2—1 victory. Portugal finished second in the group and qualified for the knockout phase.
Portugal defeated the Czech Republic 1—0 in the quarter-finals with a header from Ronaldo. The semi-final match was against Spain.
The game ended 0—0 and Portugal lost 4—2 on penalties. Their first match against the Germans was their worst-ever defeat in a World Cup, a 4—0 loss.
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