Portugal traf am 6. Juli im Halbfinale der UEFA EURO in Frankreich auf Wales. Vor ca. Zuschauern gelang Portugal ein (). 1. Juli Portugal und Polen liefern im ersten Viertelfinale den nächsten EM-Tiefpunkt. Ronaldo & Co. wären normalerweise längst draußen, stehen jetzt. Sept. Die Deutsche Kleinfeld-Nationalmannschaft steht bei der WM in Portugal im Halbfinale. Heute Abend ( Uhr) geht es gegen Russland für. Stimmt jetzt online für ihn! Am etwas langweiligen Charakter des Auftritts ändern auch das lange Kleid in Joyclun und das weinrote Jackett der Protagonisten nichts. Nintendo of Europe GmbH. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Asiatische wetten auf dem Boden der Tatsachen, erkennt das Publikum: Mai begann die Finalwoche traditionell mit der Eröffnungszeremonie auf formel 1 rennen russland roten Teppich. Nachdem beide Mannschaften sich auf eine einzige Partie auf neutralem Boden geeinigt hatten, fand das Spiel in Mailand statt.
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In the end, a totally unsung group of players were to triumph in one of European football's greatest surprises. Greece went into the competition as rank outsiders.
However, few people had taken notice of their increasingly impressive qualifying campaign, in which they lost their first two matches, but won the next six, conceding no goals in that excellent run.
In what was a splendid month-long festival of football in the Portuguese sun, the Greeks, a solid, pragmatic side which played to their strengths, confounded one team after another, and fully deserved their title in the end.
The shrewd Rehhagel succeeded in knitting together his squad and coaxing them into an iron discipline that initially frustrated and eventually broke every opponent.
In the opening match in Porto, they shocked the fervent home support by beating the Portuguese hosts In the quarter-finals, the holders France were unable to cope with Greece's determination and crashed to defeat.
The final itself in Lisbon was a tightly fought affair. Portugal, coached by Brazilian Luiz Felipe Scolari, had battled back from that opening-day shock, and were desperate to give their fans a memorable climax.
But the Greeks had other ideas. As in previous matches, a no-nonsense defence marshalled by the tough central defender Traianos Dellas, a combative midfield led by eventual player of the tournament Theodoris Zagorakis, and an opportunist striker in the shape of Angelos Charisteas broke Portugal's hearts.
A single Charisteas header from a corner near the hour-mark gave Greece a triumph that was beyond their wildest dreams. For some of the continents biggest stars the tournament was clouded with disappointment.
England and David Beckham promised much, fired by brilliant teenage striker Wayne Rooney, but fell to Portugal in a dramatic quarter-final penalty shoot-out.
Spain failed to get out of second gear, and the much-fancied Dutch came unstuck against Portugal in the semi-final. Ultimately, it was a team without recognisable stars that conquered Europe.
Greece's stunning success provided an example to the rest of the continent: Eurovision Song Contest winner: Ruslana Ukraine singing Wild Dances.
Nobel Peace Prize winner: Wangari Maathai for contribution towards sustainable development and peace, Kenya. However, because the official album of the contest had been produced before the withdrawal, the planned Romanian entry, "Moment of Silence", performed by Ovidiu Anton, would remain on both digital and physical copies of the album.
However, his selection was criticised due to his history of expressing far-right political views in his actions and lyrics, including a speech made at a protest in supporting the assertion that the German Reich continues to exist within its pre-World War II borders , his propagation of conspiracy theories surrounding the September 11 attacks and the financial crisis , and a song in which he referred to Baron Rothschild as "Baron Deadschild" and a " schmuck ", as well as a collaboration with Kool Savas titled "Wo sind sie jetzt?
Critics of his selection included Johannes Kahrs , who branded the decision "unspeakable and embarrassing", the Amadeu Antonio Foundation and Bild.
In light of the negative response and the need to quickly decide a new selection process, NDR withdrew its proposal to send Naidoo on 21 November.
ARD co-ordinator Thomas Schreiber stated that "Xavier Naidoo is a brilliant singer who is, according to my own opinion, neither racist nor homophobe.
It was clear that his nomination would polarise opinions, but we were surprised about the negative response. The Eurovision Song Contest is a fun event, in which music and the understanding between European people should be the focus.
This characteristic must be kept at all costs. The EBU announced on 10 May that they were investigating reports of possible rule violations after Russian jury member Anastasia Stotskaya streamed footage of the Russian jury deliberation during the dress rehearsal of the first semi-final on 9 May on the live-streaming social media site Periscope.
The video also shows jury members on their phones during other performances, as well as a glimpse of Stotskaya's voting result, which also included notes evaluating performances.
The rules of the contest stipulate that all jury members are to evaluate performances individually, without discussing the results with other jury members, a stipulation that was clearly violated by the Russian jury.
The EBU released a statement later on 10 May, stating that following talks with Russia-1 , the broadcaster proposed to withdraw Stotskaya, declaring her voting results to be invalid, and provide a replacement judge for the final on 14 May.
The statement also clarified that the other four jury members submitted a valid jury vote. The EBU also stated that while streaming a video online from the jury deliberation is not considered to be a breach of the rules of the contest, so long as individual rankings, combined rankings or jury points are kept confidential until after the final, it regards Stotskaya's actions "as not in keeping with the spirit of the contest and potentially prejudicial as it imposes a potential risk of accidentally revealing results".
In ensuring the apolitical nature of the contest and the safety of attendees, the EBU released an official flag policy on 29 April , which included a list of flags which would be banned from the three live shows.
The EBU issued a statement later on 29 April, clarifying that it was not their intention to publish such a document, while acknowledging that the decision to publish a selection of flags of organisations and territories, each of which were "of a very different nature", was an insensitive one, and apologised for any offence caused by the publication of the original flag policy.
The EBU also called on both the Ericsson Globe and the contest's official ticketing partner AXS to publish an updated flag policy which did not include examples of banned flags.
The EBU released another statement on 6 May, stating that after discussing the matter with several participating delegations, the organisers of the contest had "agreed to relax the flag policy, and to allow national, regional and local flags of the participants" such as the Welsh flag as Joe Woolford , representing the United Kingdom as part of Joe and Jake, is Welsh and the Sami flag as Agnete , representing Norway, is of Sami heritage , as well as the flags of all UN member states, the flag of the EU and the rainbow flag, as stated in the original flag policy.
The EBU also proposed a more tolerant approach to other flags as long as attendees respect the apolitical nature of the contest and do not attempt to deliberately obstruct the camera views.
Such a proposal was approved by the contest's Reference Group. The Spanish Embassy in Stockholm filed a formal complaint to Swedish police on 15 May after a Spanish citizen carrying the flag of the Basque Country had his flag confiscated by security personnel and was asked along with two of his compatriots to leave the venue.
After an urgent intervention by the Spanish Consul, who was present in the arena, the flag was returned to the attendees and they were permitted to return to the venue.
Despite the official flag policy published by the EBU allowing only "national, regional and local flags of the participants" and banning the flag of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic ,  during the first voting recap of the first semi-final on 10 May, Armenian artist Iveta Mukuchyan was filmed in the green room holding the flag of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, sparking condemnation from the Azerbaijani press.
I want peace everywhere. The EBU and the contest's Reference Group released a joint statement on 11 May, strongly condemning Mukuchyan's actions during the first voting recap of the first semi-final and considering it "harmful" to the overall image of the contest.
The Reference Group consequently sanctioned Public Television of Armenia AMPTV , citing a breach of the rule stating that "no messages promoting any organisation, institution, political cause or other causes shall be allowed in the shows".
Furthermore, the Reference Group has pointed out that a further breach of the rules of the contest could lead to disqualification from the contest or future contests.
BT revealed on 15 May that Danish professional jury member Hilda Heick had submitted her ranking for the final and the semifinal 2 the wrong way round,  ranking her favourite entry 26th while ranking her least-favourite entry first, in direct opposition to what she had intended to do.
The United Kingdom and Ukraine both would have failed to receive any points from the Danish jury. While the overall result was not affected, the margin between second-placed Australia and first-placed Ukraine would have been reduced from 23 points to nine.
A petition was started on Change. The EBU went on to say that Ukraine will remain the winner, regardless of the petition's view.
A video surfaced depicting Ukrainian Eurovision winner Jamala performing four months before the eligibility date for prior commercial releases.
The winners were revealed shortly before the final on 14 May. The table below shows the top 5 results.
The Barbara Dex Award was annually awarded by the fan website House of Eurovision since , and is a humorous award given to the worst dressed artist each year in the contest.
It is named after the Belgian artist, Barbara Dex , who came last in the , in which she wore her own self designed dress. After twenty editions, ended up being the final edition that the Barbara Dex Award was organised by House of Eurovision,  as they handed the reigns to another website, songfestival.
It was reported by the EBU that the contest was viewed by a worldwide television audience of over million viewers,   beating the record which was viewed by million.
The spokespersons announced the point score from their respective country's national jury in the following order: Most countries sent commentators to Stockholm or commentated from their own country, in order to add insight to the participants and, if necessary, the provision of voting information.
SVT announced on 22 April that they would offer International Sign broadcasts of all three live shows for the hearing impaired.
All three broadcasts were produced by Julia Kankkonen. The international sign broadcasts was streamed online alongside the three live shows,  with the following countries also televising the broadcasts:.
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