Euro 2004 finalists Portugal trained in Lisbon for the last time on Monday before heading off to Poland and Ukraine for this summer’s European Championships.
Although la Selecao will be determined to capitalise on a stellar midfield and the talent of the world’s most expensive player, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Bento’s men have struggled for consistency in recent times, as highlighted by their surprising 3-1 home loss to Turkey on Saturday.
Portugal begin their Euro 2012 campaign against Germany on the 9th of June before facing Denmark and the Netherlands in group B.
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