Portugal v Austria

Portugal 0 - 0 Austria
18 Jun 2016 - 23:00Parc des Princes - Paris

Portugal v Austria Line-ups


Official line-ups not yet available

Official squad list

Portugal

Goalkeepers

# NAME AGE CLUB
1 Rui Patrício 28 Sporting CP
12 Anthony Lopes 25 Lyon
22 Eduardo 33 Dinamo Zagreb

Defenders

# NAME AGE CLUB
2 Bruno Alves 34 Fenerbahce
3 Pepe 33 Real Madrid
4 José Fonte 32 Southampton
5 Raphael Guerreiro 22 Lorient
6 Ricardo Carvalho 38 Monaco
19 Eliseu 32 Benfica
21 Cédric 24 Southampton

Midfielders

# NAME AGE CLUB
8 João Moutinho 29 Monaco
10 João Mário 23 Sporting CP
11 Vieirinha 30 Wolfsburg
13 Danilo 24 Porto
14 William Carvalho 24 Sporting CP
15 André Gomes 22 Valencia
16 Renato Sanches 18 Benfica
18 Rafa Silva 23 Braga
23 Adrien Silva 27 Sporting CP

Forwards

# NAME AGE CLUB
7 Cristiano Ronaldo 31 Real Madrid
9 Éder 28 LOSC
17 Nani 29 Fenerbahce
20 Ricardo Quaresma 32 Besiktas

Austria

Goalkeepers

# NAME AGE CLUB
1 Robert Almer 32 Austria Wien
12 Heinz Lindner 25 Frankfurt
23 Ramazan Ozcan 31 Ingolstadt

Defenders

# NAME AGE CLUB
3 Aleksandar Dragovic 25 Dynamo Kyiv
4 Martin Hinteregger 23 Monchengladbach
5 Christian Fuchs 30 Leicester
13 Markus Suttner 29 Ingolstadt
15 Sebastian Prodl 28 Watford
16 Kevin Wimmer 23 Tottenham
17 Florian Klein 29 Stuttgart

Midfielders

# NAME AGE CLUB
2 Gyorgy Garics 32 Darmstadt
6 Stefan Ilsanker 27 Leipzig
8 David Alaba 23 Bayern
10 Zlatko Junuzovic 28 Bremen
11 Martin Harnik 28 Stuttgart
14 Julian Baumgartlinger 28 Mainz
18 Alessandro Schopf 22 Schalke
20 Marcel Sabitzer 22 Leipzig
22 Jakob Jantscher 27 Luzern

Forwards

# NAME AGE CLUB
7 Marko Arnautovic 27 Stoke
9 Rubin Okotie 29 1860 Munchen
19 Lukas Hinterseer 25 Ingolstadt
21 Marc Janko 32 Basel

Portugal and Austria meet for the first time since October 1995 in the second set of UEFA EURO 2016 Group F fixtures.

Previous meetings
• Portugal’s record in ten previous meetings with Austria is W2 D5 L3 (W2 D2 L2 in competitive games).

• In qualifying for EURO ’96, Portugal’s Luís Figo scored the only goal in Lisbon. The return fixture in Vienna ended 1-1, full-back Paulinho Santos’s spectacular equaliser effectively securing Portugal’s place at the finals in England and ending a ten-year absence from major tournaments.

• In qualifying for the 1954 FIFA World Cup, Austria defeated Portugal 9-1 in Vienna. Erich Probst marked his competitive international debut by scoring five.

 

Portugal’s EURO star: Cristiano Ronaldo

EURO facts – Portugal
• Portugal are competing at their sixth successive EURO and their seventh in total. They have never failed to make it through the group stage. 

• Portugal’s greatest achievement is reaching the final of UEFA EURO 2004 on home soil, where they unexpectedly lost 1-0 to Greece.

• The 1984 EURO in France was Portugal’s first – they reached the semi-finals, where they lost 3-2 to the hosts in extra time.

• Portugal have played 14 games in Paris – 13 against France plus a 0-0 friendly draw with the Netherlands. Their record in those games is W2 D3 L9.

• Portuguese clubs have yet to win in six UEFA games at Parc des Princes (D2 L4).

 

Austria: Top five qualifying goals

EURO facts – Austria
• This is the first time Austria have qualified for a UEFA European Championship final tournament – they appeared as co-hosts at UEFA EURO 2008 but failed to win in three games.

• Austria’s greatest achievement to date is a third-place finish at the 1954 World Cup in neighbouring Switzerland. They last qualified for a World Cup in 1998, when the tournament was staged in France.

• Austria played in nearby Saint-Denis at the 1998 finals, losing 2-1 to Italy on 23 June – a defeat which spelled elimination for Herbert Prohaska’s side.

• Austria’s record in 12 games in Paris is W4 D1 L7, the most recent of those wins a 2-1 friendly success against France in March 1965.

• Austria are one of four nations – along with England, Italy and Romania – who negotiated UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying unbeaten (W9 D1). They came to the finals on a nine-game competitive winning streak and having not lost in 11 competitive fixtures (W10 D1).

Coach and player links
• Have played together:
João Moutinho (Portugal) & Marc Janko (Austria) – Porto, 2012

Ricardo Quaresma (Portugal) and Marko Arnautović (Austria) – Internazionale Milano, 2009–10

• Portugal coach Fernando Santos oversaw two friendly wins against Austria (2-1 in November 2010 and 2-0 in August 2013) during his time in charge of Greece.