Full-time: Hungary 3-3 Portugal, Iceland 2-1 Austria

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Full-time: Hungary 3-3 Portugal, Iceland 2-1 Austria

All over in Lyon and Paris! What a day - and it's still not over.

To follow the action from Group E, you can do so with my colleague George Flood. Thanks for joining us - I just hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!

Ronaldo celebrates in Lyon
Ronaldo celebrates in Lyon Getty Images


GOAL: Iceland 2-1 Austria (Traustason)

When will the drama end!? Iceland steal the game in Paris through a last-minute counter-attack, with Arnor Ingvi Traustason finding the net after a sweeping move.

That means England will now face Iceland in the next round. Unreal.

Iceland celebrate their winning goal
Iceland celebrate their winning goal Getty Images


Ronaldo has a freekick about 40 yards out and it goes wizzing over the bar. To be honest, it's about time one of his teammates tapped him on the shoulder and advised someone else takes a turn.

Anyway, we're into three added minutes.


Hungary appear very happy to take a point at this stage, as you'd expect. Portugal are the team looking for the match-winning seventh goal of the day.

The game is slowly wilting, though, as full-time approaches.

Mario wins the ball for Portugal
Mario wins the ball for Portugal Getty Images


Time is ebbing away in this match in Lyon and as things stand, both of these teams will progress. As I said, Portugal are looking at a mouthwatering match against England, too.

Ronaldo was involved in everything
Ronaldo was involved in everything Getty Images


Portugal are making a change with less than ten minutes left in Lyon. Nani makes way for the more robust Danilo.

Renato Sanches on the ball
Renato Sanches on the ball Getty Images


Ricardo Quaresma has made a real impact from the bench today, and is providing a constant threat to the Hungary defence. Maybe he should have started the match, or is that a case of being wise after the event?

A Portugal fan can barely watch
A Portugal fan can barely watch Getty Images


Another chance falls the way of Ronaldo, who is at the centre of every major incident at the moment.

On this occasion, he volleys the ball from the edge of the box, but he smashes it into the ground and over the bar. It's still 1-1 in Paris, by the way, which means Portugal are set to play England in the last 16 in Nice.

Fans watch the last few minutes
Fans watch the last few minutes Getty Images


A brief moment of calm is ended when Ronaldo takes off in the box, Michael Jordan style, to win the ball in the air, but for once, he can't direct it goalwards.

One thing is for certain, though: Ronaldo has done his bit for Portugal this afternoon. The captain has certainly stepped up to the plate.

Ronaldo urges his teammates on
Ronaldo urges his teammates on Getty Images


A quick reminder of the situation, Hungary will top the group and Portugal will finish in second, with Iceland in third, as things stand. There are still 20 minutes left, mind you, so don't bet against it all changing soon.


And, back in Lyon now, Hungary almost regain the lead again, but Elek's strike rattles the post. To call this end-to-end action would be doing the game a disservice.

If there's been a more dramatic match in this tournament, I haven't seen it.

Ronaldo punches the air
Ronaldo punches the air Getty Images


GOAL: Iceland 1-1 Austria (Schopf)

Alessandro Schopf has given the Austrians a lifeline in Paris! He picks up the ball from deep, goes on a little run and then unleashes a shot past Hannes Halldorsson in the Iceland net. This is getting silly, it really is.

Alessandro Schoepf celebrates in Paris
Alessandro Schoepf celebrates in Paris Getty Images


GOAL: Hungary 3-3 Portugal (Ronaldo)

The captain has done it! Ronaldo leaps like an NBA star to head home a left-sided cross.

This is AMAZING stuff.

Ronaldo celebrates his second goal
Ronaldo celebrates his second goal Getty Images


Portugal must be feeling rather shell-shocked. They are staring at elimination at the moment and once again, will be looking towards Ronaldo to get themselves level.

Ronaldo in Lyon
Ronaldo in Lyon Getty Images


GOAL: Hungary 3-2 Portugal (Dzsudzsak)

What's happening in Lyon!? Hungary have retaken the lead thanks to another deflected effort from Dzsudzsak.

This really is incredible stuff. And, as a reminder, Portugal are going home as things stand - but I fancy there are more goals in this one.

Dzsudzsak celebrates in Lyon
Dzsudzsak celebrates in Lyon Getty Images


What an amazing afternoon this is turning out to be...


GOAL: Hungary 2-2 Portugal (Ronaldo)

It's all level again in Lyon! Mario puts in a teasing cross from the right side and Ronaldo flicks it in with his backheel from an improbable position. That was utterly brilliant, it must be said.

Portugal fans celebrate
Portugal fans celebrate Getty Images


GOAL: Hungary 2-1 Portugal (Dzsudzsak)

Hungary lead again and Portugal's participation is hanging by a thread now!

Dzsudzsak hits a freekick that takes a deflection and wrong-foots Rui Patricio. Cue wild celebratory scenes down on the bench!

Balazs Dzsudzsak
Balazs Dzsudzsak scores from a freekick Getty Images


A couple of surprise changes at half-time: Moutinho has made way for the much-discussed teenager Renato Sanches, who recently joined Bayern Munich. Meanwhile, Zoltan Gera has made way for Hungary.

We're under way in the second period!


As has been the case so often in recent times, Portugal are badly lacking a recognised centre-forward in this match. They have Eder on the bench, but he's hardly been pulling up any trees.

Anyway, they have 45 minutes to secure their place in the next stage of the tournament.

Cristiano Ronaldo hits a shot
Cristiano Ronaldo hits a shot Getty Images


Half-time: Hungary 1-1 Portugal, Iceland 1-0 Austria

Some 45 minutes left in qualifying group F, then, and it's still all to play for. Portugal and Hungary are level, while Austria trail Iceland in Paris.

Nani celebrates his goal
Nani celebrates his goal Getty Images


GOAL: Hungary 1-1 Portugal (Nani)

Portugal are level! And Nani is the man again. The former Manchester United man is slipped in down the left channel. He hits the ball first time past Kiraly before the goalkeeper can get his feet set.

The 40-year-old should have done better with that effort, though. What a dramatic afternoon and we're still not half-way through it.

Nani finds the net
Nani finds the net Getty Images


Now Portugal have the ball in the net, but it's ruled out for offside. Pepe got to the ball to nudge it back to Nani to poke home.

But the linesman made the correct call - Pepe was offside.

The scene inside the stadium
The scene inside the stadium Getty Images


Huge news in the Austria vs Iceland game. Dragović has missed a penalty that would have seen Austria draw level.

Every kick is vital this afternoon and that one might just spell the end for Austria in this tournament.

Austria's penalty strikes the post
Austria's penalty strikes the post Getty Images