(HIGHLIGHTS) Poland holds Portugal for a draw as EURO qualifiers continue

Futsal EURO group qualifiers continued with four matches being held. For most of the part, results were expected, except maybe in Portugal where Poland managed to hold Portugal for a draw and a big away point.

Azerbaijan 4-1 Slovakia

Slovaks stood their ground until the 5th minute when Bolinha put the home team in front. However, Santa Coloma international Tomaš Drahovský equalized during the first half and teams welcomed the break leveled.

In the second half, it took a while before we saw the first goal, meaning the match could have turned on any side. But it was Azerbaijan's Everton Cardoso who scored few minutes before full time to put Azer's in front once again. In the dying second of the match, Baghirov and Atayev confirmed Azerbaijan's victory.

Full match available here!

Russia 6-0 Armenia

Russia confirmed its favorites status with a nice big victory against Armenia. By half-time, it was already 3-0 for Russia thanks to efforts by Davydov, Shisterov, and Chishkala.

In the second half, Armenians were unable to stop Russia's push as Davydov scored his second goal of the match, followed by Robinho and Kudziev to put cream on the top of Russian's victory.

Latvia 0-1 Slovenia

It was a true nailbiter until the very end as the scoreboard was open up until the final whistle. Slovenia recorded important three points, and that's one positive thing they'll take from this match as they have a maximum of 6 points at the moment in their group.

Latvian side showed great composure and although recording a loss they will face Switzerland hopeful of a good result.

The lone goal in the match was scored by Kristjan Čujec by the middle of the first half and that proved enough for important three points.

Portugal 2-2 Poland

A surprising result at the first glance, but nevertheless, very deserving and big away point for the Polish national futsal team.

In fact, it was the Poles who struck first. Szczypczyński put his team in front a few minutes before the break and Poland could have been satisfied with their performance in the first half. When Zastawnik scored for Poland by the middle of the second half to extend his team's lead, a major upset was in the cards.

However, Portugal very quickly returned to an active result with goals by Pedro Cary and Tiago Brito and leveled the match in less than two minutes after the Polish two-goal lead. The score did not change until the end of the match and Poland will be very satisfied with a big away point.

But the question will linger - could they have taken the full spoil? Maybe you'll find the answer if you watch the whole match here!