Der Niederländisch-Portugiesische Krieg war ein Kolonialkrieg zwischen dem Königreich Portugal und der Republik der Vereinigten Niederlande, der August zum Statthalter von Neu-Holland ernannt und in die neuen Kolonie entsandt. Live im TV und im Stream schauen: So seht ihr das Finale der UEFA Nations League zwischen Portugal und Holland! Cristiano Ronaldo hat schon viele Titel gewonnen – nun auch den erstmals vergebenen in der Nations League. Portugal besiegt die.
Niederländisch-Portugiesischer KriegEntfernungsrechner zeigt die Entfernung zwischen Portugal und Holland und stellt die Fahrstrecke auf einer Karte dar. Mit Luftlinie, Reisedauer, Flugroute. , Uhr. im Finale gegen Holland: Portugal gewinnt die erste Nations League. Ein Tor von Goncalo Guedes sichert dem. Cristiano Ronaldo hat schon viele Titel gewonnen – nun auch den erstmals vergebenen in der Nations League. Portugal besiegt die.
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Dias has to recover and steps across to get a foot on the ball before it becomes a problem. W ijnaldum is such a classy player. He nearly loses control of the ball, chases it and waits for the challenge to come in before scooping it forward then moving into space.
The ball comes back, he moves it forward again and jumps over a tackle while doing so, then sprints into space again to receive the return, nutmegging a Portugal defender with a clever little flick.
G ood play from Portugal, again lead by Ronaldo. He finds Fernandes in space on the right but his cross results in a corner.
That is played short, launched at goal and Carvalho just about gets a head to the shot which would turn it beyond the goalkeeper. Saved by Cillessen.
P ortugal fans making a lot of noise here. Ronaldo kills a long pass with brilliant control and spreads play, Fernandes tries an ambitious shot which bounces way wide.
P ortugal are a when they go forward but are defending with a flat five when near their own box. They're forced into going long from a goal kick by Holland's high press and can't keep the ball in play after a brief duel on the line.
Holland pass it around a bit, Van Dijk comes out from the back and tries to take his team forward. P ortugal players keep asking for free-kicks from the referee and don't seem to be enjoying the physical nature of Holland's challenging for the ball.
Very stop start so far. Bernardo runs in behind the Dutch defence and a long ball over the top is sent his way! Blue shirts surround him as he goes to ground in the area, the crowd want a penalty and nothing happens.
Never a foul. I was hoping for red wine strips vs orange this evening but Holland are in highlighter blue. Bit of a scrappy start to the game, neither team keeping possession particularly well.
U efa are taking this one seriously. The stadium looks full, there's a big noise and they've got a display on the pitch with all the flags of the competing nations.
But which is the best nation? Portuguese lads up for this pic. This photo looks a little bit like a disorganised boy band right before they all go for harmonies on the chorus.
Remote control car taking the ball on the pitch pic. Remote control car heat map pic. T onight's game is of course the second Nations League match to take place today.
Earlier on, England struggled to a draw with Switzerland, hitting the frame of the goal a few times and having a goal ruled out for offside, before beating them on penalties.
Jordan Pickford took one and saved one. You can read all about that match here. Silva, Guedes, Ronaldo. T he Nations League final. Rafa stays short on the left and offers a safe option, allowing the hosts to take a breather on the ball.
Good game management. It's more great approach play from Netherlands, but the final ball is lacking once again as Depay's cross is overhit to the back post.
They're suffering from the lack of a top-quality striker ti occupy the middle. Dumfries thumps a low cross into the box that Portugal scramble away under pressure.
The Dutch are starting to turn the screw now. Portugal are looking to become the first European nation to host and win a final of a major competition since France beat Brazil in the final of the World Cup.
They have 20 minutes to hold out. The Dutch are looking far more threatening in attack now and have stepped their game up a gear, looking for longer switches in the final third.
Dumfries gives a foul away attacking a cross at the back post and a wonderful ball from Wijnaldum sees Van de Beek slip Depay in, but he's offside.
It's better from the Oranje. Netherlands have their first shot and it's nearly a goal! Van de Beek crosses from the right and Depay attacks it with menace, heading firmly down, but Patricio is equal to it and keeps it out!
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Not in Ronaldo's book. He looks delighted as he carries the trophy, that is a cross between the Europa League trophy and a 99 Ice Cream, before lifting it with real gusto in front of his team-mates.
That's all from me here, post-match reaction to come on the homepage. Thanks for following. It's fully deserved too. In what has been a well competed finals between the four teams including England and Switzerland, Portugal have just about had the edge - especially in attack.
After some delighted celebrations at full-time, they are now applauding Holland with a guard of honour as they collect their runners-up medals.
They are almost home. If Portugal hold on here they will deserve this. Holland have just not offered enough tonight. Portugal are actually the team on top as it takes Van de Beek and Denzel Dumfiires to haul down Rafa Silva, which Dumfires is booked for.
Not so says the referee as Daley Blind appears to bring down Joao Moutinho. Replays though show the Dutchman just about got the ball.
Marten de Roon has a first time strike from 25 yards, and although it has plenty of conviction and power, it just whistles over the bar at the top corner.
Speaking of England, it's all their fans making the noise inside the ground with chants of 'Harry Maguire'. No, I don't understand what is quite going on here either.
Finally Holland make Rui Patricio work as the Portugal keeper gets down well to deny a close range header from Memphis Depay.
They avoided defeat on six of the previous nine occasions W2-D4-L3. He collects a squared pass from Bernardo Silva, before he rifles into the bottom corner from 20 yards.
Portugal have dominated possession this second half. You sense that if they were to score they would go on and get more. This time it's Quaresma who tests him with an effort with the outside of his right foot.
Portugal getting closer and closer to getting a goal here. They're passing the ball quickly and have already drawn a foul on the right side.
Fernandes swings the ball in and Ronaldo forces Cillessen into making a superb save down to his right to stop Portugal getting a goal back so soon in the second half.
Ronaldo will be fuming in the Portugal dressing room. He's watched his team capitulate in defence and also had a penalty appeal turned down after it appeared Nathan Ake clipped him inside the Holland area.
Holland very, very comfortable as they go up. Van Dijk demonstrating how good he is on the ball as he controls a pass inside the Portugal area and shoots right-foot into the bottom left corner.
Calm finish from a very good player. Portugal have been dreadful. Half-time is called. Depay was going nowhere and Gomes charges into the back of him.
No yellow card. Portugal cynical in their play. Joao Cancelo is booked after a foul on Vilhena.