Thursday July 16, 2020

Lisbon celebrates as Portugal win Euro 2016

Ronaldo's tears as country wins first major title

11th July, 2016
Ronaldo recovers to lift Euro 2016 trophy Pic: Getty

Portuguese football pans partied into the night in Lisbon after the country's football team won their first major international title last night, beating hosts France 1-0 in the final of the

European Championships in Paris.

An extra-time goal from Eder gave the Portuguese victory despite the loss of star player Cristiano Ronaldo through injury in the first half.

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