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Better from Scotland. Erin Cuthbert cuts onto her left foot, picks out Caroline Weir who had made a run, and the low cross is deflected for a corner.
Cuthbert sends the ball in, the goalkeeper stretches for it and pushes it away, and Portugal eventually clear.
Former Glasgow City midfielder on BBC AlbaQuote Message: Scotland have not really had a shot on goal in the second half. I would think Stuart McLaren would be thinking of changes as it's not really working for Scotland right now.
There's not much to report really. Scotland are seeing plenty of the ball but are making little inroads in the final third.
Portugal are quite happy to sit on their 1-0 lead.
Former Scotland striker on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: Scotland haven't had a lot of goalmouth opportunities but we're restricting Portugal in terms of possession.
A fair bit of pressure from Scotland in this opening period of the second half, but nothing to show for it so far.
Martha Thomas plays a lovely little back heel and a one-two, but can't get the cross in.
First yellow card of the game goes to Portugal's Jessica Silva for a late challenge on Everton midfielder Lucy Graham.
That was naughty, she left a boot in on Graham long after the ball had gone. That could easily have been a red card.
Another corner, this time from Erin Cuthbert, again is punched away but not very far.
Have Scotland discovered a wee weakness there to exploit in Portugal goalkeeper Patricia Morais?
Straight from kick-off Scotland win a corner, and Caroline Weir's dangerous delivery is punched away by the goalkeeper but not with much conviction, and Portugal eventually get it away after it bounces around their box.
We're back underway in Larnaca as Scotland attempt to avoid a fourth defeat in five games.
Former Scotland international on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: I think Sam Kerr has looked really lively. What she does is take the ball in tight areas. Sometimes her decision making can better and really utilise the ball.
Former Scotland international on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: It was a positive opening 15-20 minutes I would say. They look really lively, dominated the ball, you could see the identity with the way they shaped up, that diamond in midfield. But it's a sucker punch. it's perhaps just shown the inexperience of Jenna Fife in goal, where maybe she would get more time at club level.
There was a lot to be encouraged about in that half for Scotland. Lisa Evans and Claire Emslie are causing problems on the wing, and Erin Cuthbert as ever has been hard to pin down.
But, Portugal it is who lead after Ana Capeta charged down a Jenna Fife clearance and the ball bounced off her and into the net.
So close to an equaliser right on half time.
Claire Emslie plays a delightful ball across goal, Martha Thomas gets in front of the defender, but she can't get the vital touch to nudge it past the goalkeeper.
Jessica Silva makes a run down the left for Portugal, but Scotland captain Rachel Corsie blocks her route to goal.
One minute added on at the end of the first half.
Scotland rally as they attempt to level before half-time. Erin Cuthbert's corner is deep and dangerous, but the Portugal defence get it clear.
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Claire Emslie, who is constantly switching wings with Lisa Evans, sends a loping ball into the box but Portugal defend it well.
Former Scotland striker on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: Corsie could have helped her out. The pass was straight at Fife. You should always know what your goalkeeper's strongest foot is