Portugal defeated Wales 2-0 late Wednesday to become the first finalists to reach the Euro 2016 finals that will be played on Sunday.
Their rival will be the winner of Germany-France semi-final match.
The first Euro 2016 semi-final between Portugal and Wales in Lyon had remained goalless at half-time after an opening 45 minutes of few chances.
In the 50th minute of the match, Portugal's superstar Christiano Ronaldo scored and brought the score to 1-0. Just after three minutes, Luis Nani scored and took his team 2-0 ahead of Wales.
Wales, in their first major tournament semi-final, tested Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patricio via a long-range Gareth Bale effort.
That was the only attempt on target in the first half though, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal keeping quiet at the other end.