- Iceland secure huge point in first ever European Championship game
- Bjarnason capitalised on woeful Portugal defending to equalise in second-half
- Nani put Portugal ahead after half an hour
- Hungary beat Austria 2-0 in Group F's other match
- Follow all of Euro 2016 through our dedicated page
Terrific stuff from Iceland. In their first appearance in a major international tournament, they have taken a point after a wonderfully resolute performance in Saint-Etienne. Portugal impressed in the first-half but wilted dramatically in the second with Cristiano Ronaldo failing to inspire on a frustrating evening for his side.
Hungary lead group F after their shock victory over Austria, with Iceland and Portugal sat second and third respectively.
Full time: Portugal 1-1 Iceland
And the wall does its job again! Ronaldo's free kick is blocked and that will be that.
Ronaldo slams one on goal but it is charged down by the wall. It hit an Iceland hand however and Ronaldo will get another go a few yards closer.
Now Nani neatly turns Gunnarsson and wins a free kick a good 35 yards out. Too far out for Ronaldo? This will be there last chance of the game...
Aaaand it's wasted. Quaresma drills it in but it fails to beat the first Iceland defender. A minute of added time left.
Portugal switch play to Quaresma on the left. His touch to control it is superb and allows him to knock the ball over his marker, before being knocked over himself. Portugal free kick.
Three minutes of time added on here.
Ronaldo leaps terrifically to try and meet a cross from the left but he is penalised for a foul on Halldorsson. Bit harsh, that.
Iceland almost shock Portugal! Finbogason shows neat work on the edge of the box before letting fly with a vicious effort, but it's close enough to Patricio for him to bat it away.
What a chance for Ronaldo! Nani is freed out on the right and his cross into the middle is perfect. Ronaldo has peeled away from his man again inside the six yard area and meets it with a firm header, but it is straight at Halldórsson.
Andre Gomes, whose probably been Portugal's best player tonight is replaced by Eder.
A change for Iceland here as Finnbogason replaces Sigthorsson.
Pepe pleading his innocence, here. We don't have the image of the challenge just yet, but we already know you don't believe he didn't do anything wrong.
Gomes does brilliantly to skip over a few challenges and he immediately looks to bring Quaresma into the game, threading a ball down the right for him to run onto. He tries the shot, but settles for the corner.
Ricardo Quaresma, deemed not fit enough to start tonight's match, enters the fray, replacing João Mário.
Gunnarsson channels his inner Rory Delap by chucking a huge throw in towards the six yard box. Sigthorsson gets to it first and tries to knock it across the face of goal to Bödvarsson but Portugal just about manage to clear.
Iceland have defended terrifically in this second-half; Portugal can't find a way though and look shaky themselves at the back.
Portugal inches from a second! Guerreiro lifts a free kick in from the right which Nani gets the faintest flick onto. It looks like it might just be enough to take it into the far corner, but it bounces just wide of Halldórsson's post.
First change of the match, Renato Sanches enters the fray to replace Moutinho. 20 minutes left.
Pepe takes a kick out at Sigthorsson after he was pushed to the floor. He's the horrible gift no one wants that keeps on giving.
Terrific defending from Sigurdsson! Ronaldo gets the ball on the edge of the box and charges at the Iceland centre-half, dropping step overs to his left and to his right. Sigurdsson is having none of it and times his challenge to perfection, cleanly taking the ball to ease the pressure on his side.
Bjarnason has been tireless in this second half. He chases a hopeful ball out to the right, shrugging off Vieirinha with ease before whipping an inviting ball into the box where Bödvarsson is a whisker away from making contact.