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(L-R) Portugal goalkeeper Beto, Jose Fonte of Portugal, Danilo of Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal with the Nations League trophy, Raphael Guerreiro of Portugal, Pizzi of Portugal, Bernardo Silva of Portugal, Joao Moutinho of Portugal during the UEFA Nations League final match between Portugal and The Netherlands at Estadio do Dragao on June 09, 2019 in Porto, Portugal(Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)

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