Last Updated at 6:15 pm, June 25th 2010
Final word goes to Liam, who, I think, speaks for us all. "That was the most boring game I have ever seen. If Brazil have to play like that against Spain in the next round I think they can say goodbye to the World Cup. Both teams deserve a generous one out of ten." That much?
Stu in Spain writes: "Boring as it has been, Portugal don't look like ever conceding a goal. Brazil without Elano and Kaka are poor."
90 + 6
A few boos ring out as the final whistle goes to bring to an end a match which promised so much and delivered so little. Portugal are safely through, but more importantly Dan in North Wales is safe from being arrested for flouting indecency laws. Glad to see Portugal through but they won't win the World Cup playing like that. Thanks for your e-mails which kept me entertained and to Ian for pointing out a few glitches.
Final change of the match sees Libano Batista Grafite (any relation to Banksy?) come on for the surprisingly ineffectual Fabiano.
Dean Horan writes: "I thought this would've been a high scoring match! Boring! Come on lets see some flair its bad enough having to watch England of late!"
Portugal follow suit as Miguel Veloso replaces Meireles.
Another change for Brazil as Ramires comes on for Baptista.
Update from Dan in North Wales: "My belt buckle is nice and tight!" Come on Brazil! Come on Portugal!
A wise move from Portugal as they bring off Pepe and replace him with Pedro Mendes.
Portugal make their first change as Duda comes off and is replaced by Simao.
Another betting update from Sky Bet, who make Portugal 3/1 to win now, the draw is 11/10 and Brazil are 13/8. A goalless draw was 7/1 at the start but is now 2/1. Nilmar had a good chance for Brazil and is 10/1 to open the scoring.
The half-time whistle goes. Seven bookings in a half which never really took off. Two chances for Brazil, one for Nilmar which was brilliantly saved by Eduardo, and the other for Fabiano. Let's hope for better after the break.
Another yellow card, this time for Coentrao for his foul on Dani Alves.
Felipe Melolo has been replaced and Anunciado Josue comes on instead.
Felipe Melo is booked for a heavy block on Pepe, who is really in the wars.
Pepe and Lucio continue their spat as the Portugal midfielder gets in a sneaky foul on the Brazil centre-back which earns him a booking.
Sergio Duda's long ball is handled by Juan, who is booked. Duda is then booked for demanding more than yellow. Again, quite right.
First yellow card of the game is shown to Luis Fabiano for going in late on Pepe.
Dan W in N Wales writes: "If this game doesn't end in a draw, I'll do a Maradona and strip naked at work!" Think you'll regret writing that Dan.
Bobby Quinn speaks for us all when he says "Looking forward to what could be the one of the best games of the World Cup so far..........will be happy with a classic 4-4 draw."
If you fancy a punt on the game Sky Bet are offering 13/10 on a Portugal victory, the draw is 15/8 and a Brazil win is priced at 13/10.
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