Cristiano Ronaldo hopes to continue his scoring ways as Portugal takes on Czech Republic at the start of the Euro 2012 quarterfinals at National Stadium Warsaw on Friday, Manila time.
The Portuguese captain finally found his range in the final group match, hitting a brace against winless Netherlands after two goalless outings against Germany and Denmark.
Now Ronaldo will lead the attack against a Czech side that has scored four goals and allowed five in three matches.
Portugal, which has scored five and allowed four, wound up second in Group B behind Germany, while the Czech Republic topped Group A over Greece.
The winner of the Portugal-Czech Republic match will be facing either Spain or France, which collide on Monday.
Perfect Germany will face Greece on Saturday, Manila time.
The Germans are three-for-three in Euro2012, with only two goals allowed, and enter Arena Gdansk as the firm favorite over a Greek side that had a 1-1-1 win-loss-draw record in the group stage.
The winner will meet either England or Italy, which clash on Sunday.