Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal need to bounce back from an embarrassing match with Iceland in the 2016 Euro Cup. When they face Austria on June 18, will they be out for blood? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this so click to watch!
Goooooooaaaaal! After a humiliating start to the 2016 Euro Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo, 31, Pepe, 33, and the rest of Portugal are ready to get back to winning. Yet, standing in their way are Marc Janko, 32, Robert Almer, 32, and team Austria. Who will win?
Going into this game, Portugal is two points behind Group F leader, Hungary, so they definitely need to win big in order to advance. The Parc des Princes in gorgeous Paris, France, may see some of the hottest action in the tournament when they meet on June 18. The action kicks off at 3:00 P.M. EST so be ready to see every kick, block, tackle and goal!
For soccer fans with a cable and satellite package, they can watch the game from anywhere in the world, courtesy of ESPN. CLICK HERE FOR ESPN’S PORTUGAL VS. AUSTRIA LIVESTREAM. For soccer fans that don’t have cable, there’s hope! They can try a 7-Day Free Trial of Sling TV and watch the show from their devices. CLICK HERE FOR SLING TV.
Portugal is one of the teams favorite to win the Euro Cup, according to the Yibada, but the No. 8 team in the world was held to a 1-1 tie by 34th-ranked Iceland. Portugal scored first, with Andre Gomes, 22, kicking the ball over to Nani, 29, (aka Luís Carlos Almeida da Cunha), 29, who blasted it into the net! In the second half, Birkir Bjarnason, 28, equaled it up and the Iceland defenders held off Ronaldo’s attack. Hopefully Cristiano will focus less on hanging out with sexy Instagram models and more on winning the game.
Austria suffered a similar upset as their Portugal rivals. Austrian player Aleksandar Dragovic, 25, was sent off with a second yellow card and that didn’t help his team. Hungary roared to their first successful return to the Euro Cup since 1972, according to Sports Illustrated, putting down Austria, 2-0.
Will David Alaba, 23, Christian Fuchs, 30, and Mark Arnautovic, 27, help Austria recover and score some much-needed points? Portugal is considered the heavy favorites and Renato Sanches, the 18-year-old midfielder, thinks his Portugal team is “prepared for [this] next game,” according to FourFourTwo. Whoever wins, this game is going to be an epic clash between two soccer super-squads.
Who do you want to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Are you pulling for Portugal or are you rooting for Austria?