Portugal have qualified for the Euro 2016 final after beating Wales 2:0 in the semi-final match played on Wednesday night.
After a dull first half, Cristiano Ronaldo powered home a bullet header from a corner kick to put Portugal ahead on the 50th minute.
The Real Madrid star who was kept quite all through the first 45 minutes was on the move again three minutes later, firing a shot on goal which was connected home by Nani to double the lead.
Wales’ technical crew made quick changes to get the team back on track but it was Portugal who continued threatening.
Gareth Bale produced some magical moments from several long range shots that were easily dealt with by Rui Patricio.
Portugal will now take on either of Germany and France who plays the second semi-final match on Thursday, in the final.