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That's it! It ends Portugal 2 Holland 1 thanks to Ronaldo's brace and the Dutch are dumped out of Euro 2012.
A crude challenge from Pereira on Robben earns the Portugal man a yellow.
Nani makes way for Rolando in the final minutes, with Bento taking no chances.
GOAL! RONALDO MAKES IT 2-1!
Meireles goes off for Braga's defensive midfielder Custodio.
Van Persie is penalised for colliding with Pepe, earning a booking, and the Dutch bench are furious.
Holland make a change, with youngster Willems coming off for Afellay, bolstering their attack.
The first change of the night is Portugal's as Postiga makes way for 20-year-old Nelson Oliveira.
The first booking of the game goes to Willems, who slides in on Moutinho. Dangerous from the youngster.
No stoppage time this half as the whistle goes for half-time. It's all square in Ukraine after Ronaldo cancelled out Van der Vaart's opener.
GOAL! RONALDO FOR PORTUGAL! 1-1!
GOAL! VAN DER VAART FOR HOLLAND! 1-0!
Jamie Jeeves wrote in to say - 'Holland will win tonight but don't think it will be enough cause I'm going for denmark to get a point against Germany would love Germany to go out but don't see it happening...we can all pray.'
Steve King is also backing the Dutch to pull it out of the bag - 'I honestly think that Holland will be performing tonight, they have been a massive disappointment so far but tonight will be different, I do think Portugal will score but it won't be enough. My prediction is 3-1 to the Dutch and I think Holland and Germany will qualify!'
@Hookway09 tweeted - 'I have feeling that Holland will be able to produce tonight with van persie and cause a shock in group B tonight.'
Here's a quick update from our friends at SkyBet - Netherlands are the well-backed 6/4 favourites against Portugal, who are 17/10 to win with a draw 5/2. With their prospects looking bleak, the Dutch are 11/2 to qualify and 7/2 to win by two goals while Robin van Persie is attracting plenty of money in the first scorer market at 6/1.
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