Portugal got the better of Mexico with a 2-1 turnaround win to clinch bronze at the 2017 Fifa Confederations Cup on Sunday.
Portugal, early on, spurned a chance to take the lead through Andre Silva who saw his penalty saved by Guillermo Ochoa. Mexico’s long-serving defender Rafael Marquez had been adjudged, through the Video Assistant Referee (VAR), to have committed a foul in the 18-yeard box.
A Luis Neto own goal handed Mexico the lead nine minutes into the second half – the defender deflected a Javier Hernandez cross into his own net.
Centre-back Pepe, however, rescued the European champions on full-time stoppage with a stab of the ball which forced the game into extra time at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow.
Portugal then made good use of another penalty handed them a minute before half-time of extra time through a Miguel Layun handball. This time Adrien Silva, who came on in the second half, stepped up and sent Ochoa the wrong way with his debut goal for the side.
Chile and Germany face off in the grand finale at 18:00 GMT.
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