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Euro 2016 Semi-Final: Portugal vs Wales Live Streaming

Portugal to take on Wales in the first semifinal of 2016 UEFA Euro championship on 6th of July at Stade de Lyon. Portugal vs Wales live Euro 2016 semi-final match has been scheduled to begin at 21:00 local time, 15:00 ET, 12:00 PT, 00:30 IST (7 July).

Portugal vs Wales Live Streaming

Portugal vs Wales Live Streaming

Road to semifinal

Portugal hasn’t won single game in the first 90 minutes of match. They defeated Poland in the quarterfinal to book semis berth. Ronaldo & Co. won QF in the penalties by 5-3 after 1-1 score till extra time.

Wales defeated Belgium easily in the quarter-final knockout by 3-1 to face Portugal in the first semifinal of championship.

Playing Lineups

Portugal

Patricio, Pepe, Cedric, Eliseu, Danilo, Fonte, Mario, Moutinho, Sanches, Ronaldo, Nani.

Wales

Hennessey, Collins, Gunter, Chester, Taylor, Williams, Allen, Ledley, King, Robson-Kanu, Bale.

Live Streaming

Indian sub-continent (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh) based viewers can tune to Sony ESPN, Sony Six and Sony Six HD to watch live coverage of Wales vs Portugal match. To watch live stream online, you can go to sonyliv.com or you can watch it here on this Sports Mirchi.

USA based viewers can watch Portugal vs Wales live streaming on WatchESPN.

We’ll display live stream before half hour of the starting of match.

TV Channels List

Country Broadcaster
Germany ORF 1, ARD Das Erste, SRF Zwei
Italy RAI Uno, Sky Sports,
Argentina DIRECTV Sports, Canal 9
Australia beIN Sports
Brazil SporTV, Band
Canada TSN3, TSN4, RDS
Chile DIRECTV Sports, TeleCanal
China LeTV, CCTV-5
Japan WOWOW, TV Asahi
India Sony Six, Sony ESPN
New Zealand Sky Go
Portugal RTP 1, Sports TV
Switzerland RTS Deux, RTS Sport
UK BBC, ITV 1
USA ESPN
Spain TeleCinco Espana, MiTele En Vivo
South Africa SuperSport
Qatar beIN Sports, beIN Max
Malaysia Astro SuperSport
Israel Sport 1

Match Quotes

Wales Manager Chris Coleman said, “The bigger countries have got to get into quarter-finals, semi-finals, final. We didn’t. We had to come and perform for us, for inside our camp. Other countries who’ve been there before – the pressure is different for them. I’ve not really got any interest in other countries, whether that’s England, Spain or whoever.”

“It’s just about Wales and the next game in the campaign has always been our biggest one. We know Portugal are favourites, they have had tournament experience and played at World Cups, and we’ll go into it as underdogs. But that’s no problem at all,” Coleman added.

Portugal coach Fernando Santos said, “Of course, Wales and Iceland are the teams everyone likes, because nobody expected them to get this far. I’m not worried about being the ugly duckling or someone who feels sorry for himself. I’m interested about getting to the final and winning it. It doesn’t bother me or the players at all. Would I like us to be pretty? Yes. But, in between being pretty and being at home, or being ugly and being here, I prefer to be ugly.”

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