Even the stands have gone quiet, but the German supporters soon spark up with boos after Holger Badstuber trips Nani and is booked.
Great for the coaches, not so great for us viewers. A few step-overs on the left fools the German defence but his low cross deflects off Postiga before the Germans turn the ball behind for a corner - which they clear. Helder Postiga's low slide wipes out Manuel Neuer as he attempts to close down the keeper, and although he deserves his yellow, there was no need for Neuer's over-the-top antics afterwards. Miguel Veloso complains he cannot take a corner because of a shower of paper debris from the German supporters, but French official Stephane Lannoy tells him to simply get on with it. Germany field their youngest starting XI ever at a European Final tournament, average age 25 years and 120 days, 8 days younger than their previous record in the 3-2 win against the Netherlands on 14 June 1980.Germany: Neuer, Boateng, Hummels, Badstuber, Lahm, Khedira, Schweinsteiger, Muller, Ozil, Podolski, Gomez.Subs: Wiese, Gundogan, Schmelzer, Howedes, Schurrle, Klose, Bender, Mertesacker, Kroos, Gotze, Reus, Zieler.Portugal: Rui Patricio, Joao Pereira, Bruno Alves, Pepe, Fabio Coentrao, Meireles, Veloso, Joao Moutinho, Nani, Postiga, Ronaldo.Subs: Eduardo, Custodio, Almeida, Quaresma, Nelson Oliveira, Ricardo Costa, Rolando, Ruben Micael, Varela, Miguel Lopes, Hugo Viana, Beto.
It's the tournament that so far just keeps on giving.
The supposed three-way fight in Group B has become a four-way dance after Denmark's shock victory over Holland, and that really opens it up for Germany or Portugal.
The winner tonight (should there be one) will be heavy favourites to progress into the quarter-finals.
Follow Sportsmail's coverage of Euro 2012 as day two concludes with a heavyweight Group B clash between Germany and Portugal in Lviv.
Joachim Low's side are many people's favourites to win the competition but face a tough opening game against a Portuguese team containing Cristiano Ronaldo.
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