Juventus Forward, Cristiano Ronaldo is not slowing down preparations for his side’s title defense in the 2020 European Championship.
Ronaldo led his underrated team to Stun the footballing world back in 2016 when they beat Host nation France in extra time.
In what is likely to be his last Euro tournament with Portugal, he will now be aiming to make a historic back to back title victory and that begins with a match against Hungary, the same opponents they produced an entertaining 3-3 encounter in their group stage match 5 years ago.
Portugal are drawn into group F alongside Germany, France and Hungary, undoubtedly the toughest group in the Tournament.
They will square it off at the Puskas Arena at exactly 16:00 GMT while Germany and France also lock horns in Munich later in the night.