Portugal and Serbia drew (1-1), this Monday, at Estádio da Luz, in a match from round 2 of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
PORTUGAL'S starting XI:Rui Patrício; João Cancelo, Pepe, Rúben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro; Danilo, William Carvalho, Bernardo Silva; Rafa (84' Gonçalo Guedes), Cristiano Ronaldo (29' Pizzi) and Dyego Sousa (57' André Silva).
Non-used substitutes: José Sá, Beto, José Fonte, João Moutinho, João Mário, Diogo Jota, Gonçalo Guedes, Rúben Neves, Mário Rui and Nélson Semedo.
SERBIA'S starting XI: Dmitrovic, Rukavina, Milenkovic, Spajic, Mladenovic, Maksimovic, Gacinovic (21' Radonjic) Ljajic (87' Savic), Tadic, Lazovic (69' Zivkovic), Mitrovic.
Non-used substitutes: Rajkovic, Vasiljevic, Gajic, Jovic, S. Mitrovic, Veljkovic, Lukic, Jovicic and Pavkov.
“Another goal would be fair for everything we produced in this match”
Pizzi: “It was clear, everyone saw, it was a handball. The referee awards a penalty and assistant referee ends up saying it is not a penalty. It is an unfair decision, but we can't be complaining about that. There are things we can’t control. What we can control is on the pitch and I think we did good work. We just needed to score another goal and I think it would be fair for everything we produced in this match.”
Text: Filipa Fernandes Garcia
Pics: João Paulo Trindade / SL Benfica