2210: Fabio Coentrao nealry finishes a great move from Portugal. Ronaldo picks the ball up from just outside his own penalty area and runs well into the Dutch half before picking out the run of Coentrao. He moves in on his left foot and shoots, bringing a good save from Stekelenburg.
2207: Nelson Oliveira is going to come on for Portugal, in place of Helder Postiga. His last contribution of the match was that offside goal, but will it be Postiga’s last contribution of the tournament, too?
2157: For the Dutch, Ron Vlaar goes close as he meets a cross but gets his header all wrong. The ball actually looks like it may have hit his shoulder on the replay, but whatever part of Vlaar it hit, it should have then found the back of the net. Instead, the ball flies high and wide from a little more than six yards out. Good chance missed for the Dutch and they are not in a position to waste anymore tonight.
2154: So close for Denmark! Jakob Poulsen links up superbly with Bendtner and as the ball is returned to him outside the penalty area he sidefoots his shots inches wide of the post. Letoff for Germany.
2146: The second half is underway in both games.View Entire Story
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