FourFourSeconds ago, the two countries were going into the game as the leaders of Group G. In the first leg, however, they came away with a 1-1 draw.
With Portugal being without injured stars David Luiz, Luka Modric and Cristiano Ronaldo, it was easy for them to look comfortable in their attack.
However, after the win, Portugal went ahead with a goal from the penalty spot.
The goal came from substitute Paulo Fonseca.
This goal is the first in Portugal’s Champions League history.
And it was not the only one.
At the start of the second leg, the match was tied 1-2 after two minutes when Fon seca’s low shot was just enough to put the match out of reach.
It was the first goal of the match for Fon, who scored a penalty for the second goal that saw him become the first player in club history to score a penalty in a European Champions League match.
It’s hard to say what could have changed between the two games.
Portugal will play Portugal on Wednesday in a quarterfinal in Paris.
But it was difficult to predict just what would happen on the pitch, and in the locker room.
It seems like a big step for the Portuguese players, who have always been a team that can score goals and defend well.
The first two matches in this group will determine which side will win the title.
But there is a lot of work to do before we know if they are worthy of the title that they’ve won.
For example, do they have the players to play against a great team like Arsenal in the semi-finals?
Do they have quality in midfield and defense that could provide some offense?
Do they have players that can make the game competitive?
Is the team ready for the pressure?
Are they willing to take a risk on a potential title challenger?
These are all questions that must be answered before Portugal can claim a spot in the Champions League.
But the question of whether they are going to be champions is just one of them.