After grinding out a 1-1 draw away in Spain to open their Nations League campaign, Portugal absolutely wiped the floor with Switzerland in their second match, running out 4-0 winners. A William Carvalho strike and a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo (of course) sent the Portuguese in at half-time with a 3-0 lead, while Joao Cancelo added some further gloss after the break.
But matchday three against the Czech Republic will be no walk in the park. Jaroslav Šilhavý’s side have also opened their Nations League campaign with four points, holding Spain to a 2-2 draw after beating the Swiss 2-1 in the opening fixture. The Czechs have lost just one of their last seven matches across all competitions and if Portugal aren’t at 100%, they might just be in for a shock.
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Portugal vs Czech Republic match stats
In his two previous fixtures against the Czech Republic, Cristiano Ronaldo has notched two goals and two assists. He’ll look to extend that record here after scoring a brace against Switzerland, ending an unusual five-match international drought.
The Czech Republic are enjoying a three-game unbeaten run. The last time they went four unbeaten was in March 2021 when they drew 1-1 with Belgium.