Who will take the bragging rights on Sunday at Stade De France in Paris on Sunday.
Will the host nation keep the trophy home or leave it to cross boarders back to Portugal..?
France has never lost to Portugal in ten games. Will Portugal break the record..? Sunday is the judgement day in France.
The Euro 2016 host nation, France, have cruised to the finals after thrushing the reigning world champions Germany 2-0.
Two goals from the most impressive player at the tournament, Antoine Griezman were enough to send Germany packing on Thursday’s second semifinal.
The World champions started the game on a high note forcing France to chase the ball almost in all the first minutes of the first half.
After enjoying a good possession in the first half, Bastian Schweinsteiger gave away a penalty after blocking Patrice Evra’s header with his hand.
The Athletico Madrid and France superstar, Griezman took the responsibility to take the spot kick which he superbly converted, sending the German shot stopper Manuel Neuer the wrong way.
In the second half, German started on a high note searching for an equaliser, but the French defence was well organised and refused to allow Joachim Low’s men to shake their net.
Just as the Germans were pushing for an equaliser, their defence was found in sixes and sevens which led to the second goal for France.
Paul Pogba sent a brilliant cross into the box from the left wing which was parried away by the underpressure goalkeeper Manuel Neuer only to fall on to the legs of Griezman who slotted it into the net to make it 2-0 and his sixth of the tournament.
France will host Portugal in the Euro final on Sunday. Didier’s team won the World Cup in 1998 after hosting it and this is their chance to keep the trophy home.
This final will not be easy for both teams who started the competition on a slow note.