Portugal have some of the tournament’s most gifted players
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After teetering on the brink of first-round elimination and being involved in the most boring match of the tournament, there is now a real chance Portugal could muddle their way through to the Euro 2016 final.A kind draw has left Portugal with an eminently winnable quarterfinal against Poland which would be followed by a semifinal against Wales, Hungary or Belgium.Portugal have some of the tournament's most gifted players, including Cristiano Ronaldo, and an attacking philosophy yet all four of their games have been drawn after 90 minutes, two of them goalless.They are habitually labeled as underachievers despite having reached a European championship final, semifinal and World Cup semifinal in the last 12 years, a remarkably good record for a country with just over 10 million people.
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