Copa90 are back at it with a fantastic video featuring the first semi final of Euro 2016. The much feted video channel sticks to its core focus area, and keeps the camera on the fans, their emotions, and their reactions. In this particular video, we get to see the Wales and Portugal fans side by side. Their hopes, expectations, preparations, emotions, and reactions are also portrayed quite skilfully. Punters may have been favouring Portugal, but odds varied, especially with Wales’ form, and Portugal’s inability to win a match in 90 minutes. Do remember however, that reviews will help you to determine which online casino is best for you.
While the match was a steady slide into the deep end for Wales, it began with a lot of optimism from both sets of fans. While the Portugese felt they had something to prove, the Welsh, having tasted blood, simply didn’t want to go back home.
The first half was quite sedate, and both teams had their fair set of opportunities, but the second period saw King Ronaldo simply steal the show and carry his team into the finals of the Euros for the second time in 12 years. The superhuman footballer showcased his ability to fly as he just stayed up in the sky as the ball bounced off his head and into the goal for the initial breakthrough. Soon after, a scuffed shot (though Ronaldo will tell you it was a cross) found Nani at the edge of the 6 yard box and ended in the back of the net.
Fortunately for Lyon, the town was going to be painted red irrespective of the result. The Portugese fans ensured that a hue of green was also present. For the Welsh, while the night was a teary one, the morning has surely seen the pride outweigh the pain.
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