PARIS: Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, winning a record 128th cap, missed a penalty and had a late headed effort disallowed for offside as they were held 0-0 by Austria at Euro 2016 on Saturday for their second straight draw.

Portugal dominated the Group F match with Ronaldo in the thick of the action and had a golden chance to win when they were awarded a penalty when he went down under a challenge from Martin Hinteregger in the 78th minute.

However, Ronaldo, who also missed a penalty in a friendly defeat by Bulgaria in March, sent his effort against the foot of the post.

Ronaldo also sidefooted wide from a good position in the first half and forced two good saves from Robert Almer in quick succession after halftime. Nani also headed against the post just before the half hour.

Hungary lead the group with four points, followed by Portugal and Iceland on two and Austria on one. Portugal meet Hungary in their last game.

Austria held 0-0 draw against Portugal.

Cristiano Ronaldo has missed a penalty kick in the 79th minute. Portugal and Austria are tied 0-0.

PARIS: Cristiano Ronaldo endured a frustrating first half in front of goal in his record 128th Portugal appearance as Austria held on to stay tied 0-0 at halftime.

Ronaldo squandered his best chance in the 28th minute when he side-footed a shot wide. The Portugal captain shot straight at Austria goalkeeper Robert Almer 10 minutes later.

Nani later hit the post from a free header and Joao Moutinho sent the follow-up shot over the target at the Parc des Princes.

Almer had a busy first half in the Austria goal, blocking a shot from Nani with his feet and then tipping Vieirinha's effort wide in quick succession in the 13th.

Austria wasted a chance to take a third-minute lead when Martin Harnik evaded his marker but missed the target with a free header.

Austria lost its opening Group F game to Hungary while Portugal was held to a 1-1 draw by Iceland.

Cristiano Ronaldo will become Portugal's most-capped player in Saturday's European Championship game against Austria by making his 128th appearance.

Ronaldo, who will surpass Luis Figo's appearance record, is captaining a Portugal side that sees two changes made from the opening 1-1 draw with Iceland.

Ricardo Quaresma and William Carvalho come in for Joao Mario and Danilo.

Austria makes three changes after losing its opening game to Hungary 2-0.

Sebastian Proedl, Stefan Ilsanker and Marcel Sabitzer come in for Aleksandar Dragovic, Zlatko Junuzovic and Marc Janko.

Here are the lineups for the match between Portugal and Austria at the Parc des Princes in Paris in Group F:

Portugal: Rui Patricio, Pepe, Raphael Guerreiro, Ricardo Carvalho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Joao Moutinho, Vieirinha, William Carvalho, Andre Gomes, Nani, Ricardo Quaresma.

Austria: Robert Almer, Christian Fuchs, Martin Hinteregger, Stefan Ilsanker, Marko Arnautovic, David Alaba, Martin Harnik, Julian Baumgartlinger, Sebastian Proedl, Florian Klein, Marcel Sabitzer.