Portugal beat Mexico to Confederations Cup third place

Posted July 03, 2017

But in the dying minutes, veteran defender Pepe popped up inside the penalty box to turn home an inviting cross, sending the match into extra time. European champion Portugal was without captain Cristiano Ronaldo after the Real Madrid star was released from the squad to return home to meet his newborn twins.

Mexicans in the semi-finals lost the German national team 1: 4, interrupting their series of 7 unbeaten games.

The AC Milan striker was scythed down by Marquez six yards from goal, but although referee Fahad Al Mirdasi awarded the penalty after a VAR consultation, Ochoa dived low to his right to keep out Silva's effort.

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Their worries were then compounded when Luis Neto's own goal in the 54th minute put Mexico ahead. But despite the big score played the national team of Mexico, it was bright with fire and by and large in no way inferior to formidable opponents, well, the defeat certainly did not deserve.

But Ochoa was beaten in the first minute of injury time as Pepe lunged to get on the end of Ricardo Quaresma's curling right-wing cross to force extra time.

Manchester United and Barcelona target Nelson Semedo was given his marching orders immediately after the interval.