Portugal beat Wales
Portuguese will face Germany or France on July 10
Portugal will face hosts France or World Cup holders Germany in the Euro 2016 final after they beat Wales 2-0 in the first semi-final Wednesday night at the Stade de Lyon.
Portugal broke the deadlock in 50th minute with a powerful Cristiano Ronaldo header and they doubled their lead over Wales, playing in their first major semi-final, three minutes later as Nani diverted Ronaldo's shot.
The other team for Sunday's final will be decided Thursday in Marseille.
Portugal were the runners-up in Euro 2004, when they were beaten 1-0 by Greece in Lisbon.