At the end of the suspense.
Long held in check, the Portuguese European champions finally got the better of Hungary (3-0) on Tuesday, in Budapest, on the first day of the group stage of Euro 2020. The former Lorient Raphael Guerreiro delivered a whole nation in the 84th minute, before a double signed Cristiano Ronaldo (87th, 90 + 2).
Which Ronaldo is now the top scorer in the history of the Euro.
Before France-Germany (9 p.m., live commentary), Portugal is therefore in the lead of Pool F.