Sigurdsson helps Iceland to historic draw
14th June 2016
Gylfi Sigurdsson helped Iceland claim a first ever point at a major tournament as they held Portugal to a 1-1 draw.
Sigurdsson played the full 90 minutes for Iceland - the smallest nation in the competition - with the Swans midfielder twice being denied giving them a shock lead within two minutes.
Portugal went into the break with a 1-0 lead after Nani slotted home, but Sigurdsson and Iceland were celebrating after Birkir Bjarnason levelled five minutes after half-time.
Iceland next face Group F leaders Hungary - who beat Austria 2-0 - on Saturday.