Portugal on 10 July 2016 lifted the Euro 2016 football championship. In the final clash played at Saint-Denis in Paris, Portugal defeated France 1-0.
Substitute Eder scored in extra-time to give Portugal a win at their first major international title despite losing captain and talisman Cristiano Ronaldo to injury.
Eder scored the goal with 11 minutes of extra time left to stun France after the host team had dominated the match.
Ronaldo, Portugal's all-time leading scorer went down after a heavy tackle from Dimitri Payet in the eighth minute but played on before being replaced in the 25th minute.
This was France's first tournament defeat on home soil in 19 games, since 1960 third-place play-off.
Man of the Match: Pepe (Portugal)
Young Player of the Tournament: Renato Sanches
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Where: Saint-Denis in Paris
What: Won by Portugal
When: 10 July 2016
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