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30/07/2011

Summary

Portugal, Uruguay finish up goalless

A drab first 45 minutes preceded a second half high on chances, though it ultimately ended with the deadlock intact for Portugal and Uruguay, leaving all four teams on a point apiece in Group B.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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21
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Coaches

Ilidio VALE (POR)
(URU) Juan VERZERI

Officials

Referee: Abdulrahman ABDOU (QAT)Assistant Referee 1: Mohammad DHARMAN (QAT)Assistant Referee 2: Fares ALSHAMMARI (KUW)Fourth official: Marlon ESCALANTE (VEN)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 11)


Latest Comments:
ronaldo54321
01/08/2011 at 07:28
ronaldo54321 (Portugal)
wow . i have never seen such poor passing . well its ok tommorow againt cameroon ... we shall win !
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leonardo10
31/07/2011 at 19:07
leonardo10 (Uruguay)
a draw ,not a bad start for uruguay,i think these 2 teams will go through.la celeste was never troubled.
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charrUSA
31/07/2011 at 17:49
charrUSA (USA)
Come on la Celeste! solid defense, good midfield but we must sharpen up our attack for the next game...arriba!
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Statistics

13Shots15
7Corner kicks5
1Yellow cards0
1Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
55%Possession (%)45%
  • Head coach of Portugal Ilidio Vale looks on
  • Head coach of Uruguay Juan Verzeri looks on
  • Nicolas Prieto of Uruguay battles with Sergio Oliveira of Portugal
  • Cedric of Portugal controls the ball
  • Pele of Portugal battles with Angel Cayetano of Uruguay
  • Sergio Oliveira of Portugal is tackled by Leandro Cabrera of Uruguay

Juan Verzeri, Uruguay coach: "The recent Copa America win by the senior side is a motivating factor for us. It shows, for example, that we can stay in the hunt despite drawing our opening game."