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It breaks to Lozano whose back post header is well saved by Patricio. Lozano gets to the channel before delivering a cross to the near post.
Mexico were only moments from victory; a win which would likely have saved the job of Osario. But then up popped Pepe to score in injury-time and break Mexican hearts.
A quick break before extra-time starts. Pepe saves the day for Portugal! The defender is in the penalty area to meet a wonderful cross from Quaresma.
He throws a boot at it and the ball ends up in the back of the net. What a time to score! Will it be enough to save the job of head coach, Juan Carlos Osorio?
More frustration for Portugal as they work the ball wide, but Quaresma had made his move slightly too early and is flagged offside.
Hernandez is given a standing ovation from the travelling Mexican fans as he is replaced by Raul Jimenez for the remaining five minutes.
Third and final sub, Andre Gomez is on for Danilo. Jonathan Dos Santos takes the place of Guardado for the final 10 minutes. Frustration for Quaresma as he over-hits a cross and the ball rolls harmlessly over the line for a Mexico goal-kick.
On second glance, it may have been a shot. A very poor one. Mexico are dropping deeper as the contest goes on. Time is running out for Portugal.
They have lacked a clinical touch up front this afternoon. Pepe strikes an ambitious shot from range which takes a deflection and Portugal have a corner.
Mexico deal with the set-piece quite easily though. Clever movement from Hernandez as he does well to get on the end of a cross.
However, the ball strikes his back rather than his head and is well off target. Slightly surprising that Nani has been replaced by Ricardo Quaresma for the remaining 20 minutes.
The Portuguese forward has missed more than his fair share of opportunities today. Layun has been impressive for Mexico, both in defence and attack.
Now the full-back sends a cross to the back post but Martins is back for Portugal to head it behind for a corner. The ball falls kindly for him just inside the penalty area, but he sends his first-time volley just wide of the Portuguese goal.
And from the subsequent corner, Nani misses again as he heads inches wide from inside the penalty area. How many chances do Portugal need?
Portugal spring a counter-attack as they get multiple players forward. Pizzi is at the forefront of the move as he exchanges passes with Martins before firing wide from just inside the penalty area.
Mexico are on the attack and hungry for more. Herrera is played through behind the Portugal defence, but Rui Patricio is quick off his line to make the situation safe.
Mexico have the lead! Luis Neto, on his first appearance in the Confederations Cup, puts the ball into his own net. Silva clips a clever pass into the path of Martins who takes a touch before firing at goal.
It strikes the advertising hoardings before crashing against the back of the net. Half of the ground thought it was in! The tackles are flying in.
Hernandez is released behind the Portuguese defence, but sees his shot saved. Andre Silva missed a penalty, after the referee called for the VAR system to be used, while Nani almost spurned a couple of opportunities.
The corner is taken short. Martins eventually sends a cross to the near post where Peralta almost sends a diving header into his own net!
What a comical finish that would have been from the Mexican striker. The dangerous Pizzi steps up and has a pop from just outside the Mexican penalty area.
It takes a deflection and Portugal have a corner. Entertaining football, very good. Both sides determined to win. Portugal come forward in numbers.
Gelson Martins finds himself in possession, 25 yards from goal and invited to shoot. Peralta is the target for Guardado as he gets himself to the near post, but the cross is well defended by the Portuguese defence.
Martins swings a cross into the penalty area. It falls to Pizzi at the back post who fires a shot at goal, but Layun throws his body in front of the shot.
Absolute quality from Vela, as the winger slides through Hernandez with a wonderful reverse ball. The Mexican striker has the goal at his mercy, but his powerful shot is somehow saved by Rui Patricio who does brilliantly to tip the ball over the bar.
The match is still goalless, as we approach the half-hour mark. Mexico win a free-kick on the left channel. Layun sends a delicious cross into the penalty area with his right foot.
It evades everyone though, and almost ends up in the net! The first booking is given to Semedo after he fouls Hernandez.
Pizzi comes forward for Portugal, but sees his pass intercepted. However, he gets a second opportunity when the ball comes back to him and this time he shoots.
The effort takes a deflection and just wide of the Mexican goal. If Gabriel Paletta had been thinking ahead he could have imitated that look.
Guerreiro swings over a free-kick from the Portuguese right finding Pepe in absolutely acres in the middle, but his attempt at a volley goes backwards, rather than the more conventional forwards, in the direction of the goal.
Relieved, Pepe then spots the offside flag, and his dignity is saved. Actually Mexico are making a change too - ghosts of north London potential past exchange places on the pitch, as Gio dos Santos replaces Vela.
Couple of subs in the offing for Portugal. Again Guerreiro drops a bollock, this time overrunning a ball inside.
Vela picks it up, but he runs out of room at the byline on the right and the ball goes out for a goal-kick. A brief break in play as Salcedo blocks a Ronaldo pass, which bends his foot back so that his toe gets caught in the turf, and twists his ankle a little.
Even in the autumn of his career, he will never change, and for this we should be thankful. But then, almost from nowhere, he scores. LVG was crazy to sell him.
But there were about four players who were all off, and by some way, so rather than the use of VAR, the question is: Well, a slow start, but that was a pretty entertaining game for the last odd minutes of the half.
What a world in which we live. Vela does good work on the right, slips inside to Jimenez who takes it to the byline and cuts it back to Hernandez, about ten yards out, but the wee pea almost hits his shot vertically, and it rockets high, high, high over the bar.
He stares accusingly at the turf, trying to find a bobble in the turf, but no luck for the moment. An absolutely deafening clanger from Guerreiro.
A cross comes over from the left, which Guerrerio charges towards but sort of yorks himself and the ball slips under his heel as he tries to clear.
Vela picks up the loose ball, clips it into the centre and Hernandez nips in front of a slightly sluggish Pepe and powers a header into the bottom corner.
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