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86'
Bernardo Silva
Raphaël Guerreiro
2 - 4
85'
A. Mitrović
D. Tadić
2 - 3
80'
Cristiano Ronaldo
Bernardo Silva
1 - 3
68'
N. Milenković
D. Tadić
1 - 2
58'
Gonçalo Guedes
Bruno Fernandes
0 - 2

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Possession
44% 55%
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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 6 4
Total Passes 452 587
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Ukraine UKR Ukraine 8 6 2 0 17 4 +13 20 D W W W W
2 Portugal POR Portugal 8 5 2 1 22 6 +16 17 W W L W W
3 Serbia SRB Serbia 8 4 2 2 17 17 0 14 D W W W L
4 Luxembourg LUX Luxembourg 8 1 1 6 7 16 -9 4 L L L L L
5 Lithuania LTU Lithuania 8 0 1 7 5 25 -20 1 L L L L L

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Portugal are eight points behind leaders Ukraine, but still have two games in hand. They can close the gap further with victory over Lithuania on Tuesday - the same day that Serbia will be looking to respond away in Luxembourg.
Portugal climb up to second place in Group B following their 4-2 victory over Serbia in Belgrade. Cristiano Ronaldo and Bernardo Silva were among the scorers for Fernando Santos' men, while William Carvalho and Goncalo Guedes were also on target. Nikola Milenkovic and Aleksandar Mitrovic replied for Serbia, but could not prevent a first competitive home defeat for nearly four years.
90' + 5' FULL-TIME: SERBIA 2-4 PORTUGAL
90' + 3' Serbia refusing to give up with Katai letting fly from the edge of the area. His effort is creeping into the corner but Patricio gets down well to hold onto the ball.
90' + 1' We are into the first of five additional minutes at the end of this game. You would fancy Portugal to see this through but Serbia will not be willing to let go of their impressive home form that easily.
William Carvalho
Yellow Card
89' William is booked for dragging back Tadic, who was looking to advance with the ball.
L. Jović
L. Milivojević
87' Serbia respond with a very attacking change as Milivojevic is replaced by Real Madrid's Luka Jovic.
Bernardo Silva
Goal
86' SILVA!!! WHAT A RESPONSE BY PORTUGAL! They lead 4-2 as Silva receives the ball inside the area before steering his effort through the legs of Kolarov and into the corner. The visitors regain their two-goal advantage!
Raphaël Guerreiro
Assist
86' Guerreiro showed tremendous vision to pick out Silva in the area.
João Moutinho
Bruno Fernandes
85' Portugal go straight to the bench with Joao Moutinho coming on for his 117th cap. Fernandes makes way.
D. Tadić
Assist
85' Tadic provided the assist and Mitrovic did the rest.
A. Mitrović
Goal
85' MITROVIC PULLS ONE BACK!!! 3-2! Serbia's number nine reduces the deficit with five minutes remaining as he fires into the roof of the net from a tight angle - leaving Patricio with no chance. Game on!
84' Ronaldo edges ever closer to the world record! Already the highest European international goalscorer with 89, he is now 18 away from becoming the leading marksman outright. Iran's Ali Daei is the current record holder, having scored 106 times for his country.
A. Katai
F. Kostić
83' Another change for Serbia sees Aleksandar Katai introduced in place of Kostic.
82' Serbia look to respond immediately as Ljajic fires a shot narrowly wide of the near post.
Bernardo Silva
Assist
80' Silva drove into the heart of the Serbia defence before threading the eye of a needle with his through ball for Ronaldo to run onto.
Cristiano Ronaldo
Goal
80' RIGHT ON CUE!!! RONALDO MAKES IT 3-1! Silva provides the incisive pass for Ronaldo to run onto and he neatly lifts the ball over the advancing Dmitrovic to restore Portugal's two-goal buffer.
78' Speaking of records, Ronaldo's hunger for a goal in this game is evident. Having already seen a couple of efforts go fractionally wide, will it be third time lucky for Portugal's skipper?
76' Still only 24 and already on 25 international goals, Mitrovic will certainly be confident of breaking his country's all-time record. Stjepan Bobek is the current leader, having netted 38 times between 1946 and 1956.
74' Mitrovic is far from happy after being penalised following an aerial challenge in the Portugal area. He vents his frustration towards the referee but Kolarov is quickly on the scene to diffuse the situation.
72' Serbia appeal for a penalty as Kostic goes to ground in the box, but the referee waves them away and play goes on.
João Félix
Gonçalo Guedes
70' A change for Portugal sees Guedes make way to be replaced by highly-rated youngster Joao Felix.
69' GOOD SAVE! Ljajic almost levels things up for Serbia as he lets fly with a vicious effort from distance, and Patricio is forced to tip the ball over the bar.
D. Tadić
Assist
68' Tadic's corner was right on the money and begging to be attacked. Milenkovic duly obliged.
N. Milenković
Goal
68' LIFELINE FOR SERBIA!!! Milenkovic pulls one back! The Fiorentina defender is completely unmarked as he ghosts into the area to head home Tadic's corner. 
67' There is still hope for Serbia in this game. The Eagles have not lost a competitive match at home since October 2015 when, ironically, they were beaten 2-1 by Portugal.
João Cancelo
Nélson Semedo
65' Semedo limps off injured to be replaced by Joao Cancelo.
A. Kolarov
Yellow Card
64' Kolarov has his name taken by the referee for that strong challenge on Semedo.
63' A real worry for Portugal as Semedo has stayed down following a strong challenge from Kolarov. The stretcher has been called on and things do not appear great for the full-back.
61' That was some goal from Guedes - his fifth for Portugal and second in as many matches. Not 23 until November, the future appears very bright for the Valencia striker.
A. Ljajić
D. Lazović
59' Serbia respond by making their first change as Lazovic makes way for Adem Ljajic.
Bruno Fernandes
Assist
58' Fernandes fed the ball into the feet of Guedes, who did the rest in some style.
Gonçalo Guedes
Goal
58' WHAT A GOAL!!! GUEDES DOUBLES THE LEAD! The Valencia forward receives the ball on the edge of the area and cleverly turns his defender inside out, before firing across the goalkeeper and into the far corner.
57' It is worth noting that Portugal are unbeaten in their last eight away games - six of those have been victories. You have to go back to September 2016 for the last time they were beaten on the road.
55' Portugal put a neat move together on the edge of the Serbia area, but the hosts regroup and are able to diffuse the danger.
53' A regular scorer for Crystal Palace, that would only have been Milivojevic's second goal for Serbia. His only previous strike came against Austria in October 2017.
51' At the other end, the ball breaks kindly for Milivojevic to strike with the outside of his boot, and is not too far away in all fairness.
50' WHISKERS AWAY! Ronaldo tries his luck again - this time from a 25-yard free-kick. Following his trademark run-up and strike, the ball is no more than a couple of inches away from nestling in the corner.
48' CLOSE! Ronaldo cuts in from the left flank and looks for the far corner with a whipped effort that flashes agonisingly wide of the post.
46' The referee blows his whistle and Serbia get the ball rolling once more.
However, Serbia have looked threatening on the counter, but should look to be more clinical in the second half if they are to get anything out of this game.
William Carvalho struck just before half-time to give Portugal a 1-0 lead over Serbia at the break. The reigning European and Nations League champions have been on top for most of the game and are certainly good value for their lead.
45' + 1' HALF-TIME: SERBIA 0-1 PORTUGAL
44' That was only William's third goal for Portugal in 58 caps. It is also his first in just over two years since he was on target in a 5-1 victory over the Faroe Islands.
William Carvalho
Goal
42' PORTUGAL TAKE THE LEAD!!! WILLIAM MAKES IT 1-0! A very unlikely source but Portugal will not care one bit! The midfielder capitalises on a huge mix-up in the Serbia defence that sees goalkeeper and defender get in each other's way; prodding home from inside the six-yard area.
41' The Benfica centre-half will now have to tread carefully for the remainder of the match. It will not be easy with the constant threat of Mitrovic up front.
Rúben Dias
Yellow Card
39' Dias has his name taken for a professional foul that prevented a potential Serbia counter.
37' Chance! A dangerous Serbian attack results in the ball being pulled back to the edge of the area where Kolarov arrives, but the skipper is unable to steer his effort towards goal.
35' Success at the Nations League was Portugal's second piece of silverware in the space of three years. For so long, the nation was considered underachievers for the inability to get their hands on a trophy, but that is no longer the case.
33' Despite having to wait until the age of 30 to make his senior international debut, Fonte has certainly made the most of his opportunity. Now 35, the Lille defender has won 39 caps, as well as the European Championship and Nations League.
31' At the other end, Tadic looks to break forward again but is stopped in his tracks by a brilliantly-timed challenge by Fonte. The decision goes the defender's way, too, after the final touch came off the Serbia man.
29' WHAT A CHANCE! Ronaldo is unmarked as he looks to connect with a square ball into the six-yard area, but does not sort his feet out quickly enough and the chance goes begging. However, his blushes are spared by the offside flag on the far side, so it would not have counted regardless.
27' Tadic suddenly bursts into life on the other flank and looks to find Mitrovic in the area, but his cross is not the best and eventually goes out for a throw-in.
25' At the other end, Lazovic embarks on a strong run down the right before whipping the ball into the area. However, Patricio is alert to the situation and gathers.
23' Portugal continue to assert their authority on the contest but their latest threat comes to an end when Guerreiro is penalised for a foul on Tadic.
21' They may not have beaten Portugal in five previous attempts but Serbia certainly head into this game in good form. The Eagles have only lost once since the 2018 World Cup; that was a 5-0 defeat by Ukraine earlier this year.
19' Serbia are trying to redress the balance in possession as they knock the ball around in defence and look to find their feet in this contest. There is no doubt they have the quality to cause Portugal problems in Mitrovic, Tadic and co.
17' Portugal have enjoyed 75 per cent of the possession inside the opening 17 minutes of this game. Serbia have been stubborn thus far, but know not to take anything for granted with the likes of Ronaldo and Silva around.
15' It is a big day for Serbia's number nine, who wins his 50th cap for Serbia. The Fulham striker has already amassed 25 senior international goals, including two in the 4-1 win over Lithuania last time out.
13' Mitrovic is summoned by the referee following a tangle with Ronaldo as they awaited a Portugal free-kick. The Serbia striker is given a stern telling by the experienced Turkish official.
11' A neat one-two down the right sees Semedo get in behind and pull the ball towards Ronaldo on the edge of the area, but the Serbia defence are alert to the danger and able to block his attempted shot.
N. Maksimović
Yellow Card
10' Maksimovic is shown the first yellow card of the game for a needless kick on Ronaldo. The Napoli defender was simply trying to let the talisman know he was there, but now has to tread carefully for the remaining 80 minutes of this game.
8' A good spell of pressure from Portugal sees them force a corner and, from a subsequent Silva cross, Dmitrovic has to make an important punch to clear the danger. 
6' Guedes will be thankful it is nothing too serious and that he has the opportunity to build on his recent momentum at international level, having scored the goal against the Netherlands that gave Portugal victory in the Nations League.
4' After receiving the required attention, Guedes is back on the pitch and in the thick of the action.
3' Meanwhile, Serbia launch a strong attack down the left flank with Kostic leading the charge. His cross is cushioned into the path of Mitrovic, whose deflected strike is held by Patricio.
2' An early worry for Portugal as Guedes stays down clutching the back of his calf following an accidental collision with Maksimovic. The medical team are on to give the striker the attention he needs.
1' The experienced Cuneyt Cakir of Turkey is our referee today. He blows his whistle and Serbia get the match underway!
The teams have made their way out onto the field and the national anthems are currently being observed. Kick-off is just moments away.
We should be in for an entertaining game this evening as Serbia aim to record their first victory over Portugal as an independent nation. It is worth noting, though, that they have not lost a competitive home match since October 2015. 
In Portugal's first match since winning the Nations League, it is no surprise that Fernando Santos names the same side that began the 1-0 victory over the Netherlands in the final. That means cap number 159 for talisman Cristiano Ronaldo, who will receive support up front from Manchester City's Bernardo Silva and Valencia front man Goncalo Guedes.
Ljubisa Tumbakovic is able to recall Nemanja Matic and Luka Milivojevic to the heart of midfield in two of three changes from the side that beat Lithuania 4-1 last time out. The other sees Darko Lazovic preferred to Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic. Elsewhere, Aleksandar Mitrovic wins his 50th cap today, while captain Aleksandar Kolarov makes his 85th senior international appearance.
SUBS: Jose Sa, Joao Moutinho, Joao Felix, Diogo Jota, Renato Sanches, Rafa Silva, Pizzi, Daniel Carrico, Joao Cancelo, Mario Rui, Ruben Neves, Beto.
PORTUGAL (4-3-1-2): Rui Patricio; Nelson Semedo, Ruben Dias, Jose Fonte, Raphael Guerreiro; Bruno Fernandes, Danilo Pereira, William Carvalho; Bernardo Silva; Goncalo Guedes, Cristiano Ronaldo (captain).
SUBS: Predrag Rajkovic, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Adem Ljajic, Sasa Lukic, Luka Jovic, Marko Gobeljic, Uros Spajic, Nemanja Radonjic, Antonio Rukavina, Filip Mladenovic, Aleksandar Katai, Boris Radunovic.
SERBIA (4-2-3-1): Marko Dmitrovic; Nikola Milenkovic, Nikola Maksimovic, Mataja Nastasic, Aleksandar Kolarov (captain); Nemanja Matic, Luka Milivojevic; Darko Lazovic, Dusan Tadic, Filip Kostic; Aleksandar Mitrovic.
The nations ranked third and fourth in Group B collide at the Rajko Mitic Stadium, with the winners climbing into the top two behind leaders Ukraine, who beat Lithuania 3-0 earlier today.
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