Portugal - the bronze prize-winner of the confederations Cup in Russian Federation.
The Cristiano Ronaldo-less team overcame Mexico 2-1 in extra-time at the Spatak Stadium in Moscow, after they had fallen behind via an own goal in the 55th minute by defender Luis Neto.
The third place match is not where either Mexico or Portugal wanted to end up in the Confederations Cup, but after both sides failed to win their semifinal matches this week, that's exactly where they found themselves. Hence it is predicted that Portugal will win today's match. This time, the European champions turned the tables.
Mexico was manhandled by what amounted to Germany's B-team on Thursday and came into the match searching for a measure of redemption.
Energy bill cap to be considered by Ofgem
A £150 price cap for pre-payment meter installation, with these charges banned altogether for the most vulnerable in society. Such a move would have shaved £100 annually from those bills per customer.
Guillermo Ochoa showed sharp reflexes in the 16th to stop Andre Silva's penalty, awarded after he was brought down by Rafael Marquez.
It wouldn't have been El Tri's best finish at the Confederations Cup - they won it as hosts in 1999 - but it would have been a nice feather in the cap to take home.
The final match between German and Chilean national teams will be held later on Sunday in St. Petersburg.
Portugal and Mexico drew 2-2 in the opening game of the group stage, when Hector Moreno salvaged a last-gasp point for the Gold Cup winners, but were left fighting for a consolation prize in the Russian capital. Ultimately, the comeback specialists couldn't do it one more time.
- L'arrêté anti-burkini validé par la cour administrative d'appel de Marseille — Sisco
- Google marks 140th anniversary of Wimbledon with an animated doodle
- Superdry Sport standalone stores to be launched by fashion retailer
- Myanmar migrant workers flee Thailand after new labour law
- " "Le jour où Neymar a eu " honte " devant Messi — FC Barcelone
- Pope calls for end to Venezuela violence, prays for victims
- Mexico vs. Portugal in Confederations Cup third-place match
- City of London 'to press European Union on post-Brexit free trade deal'
- South Africa skipper du Plessis to miss first Test
- NBA: Ibaka reste à Toronto