Cristiano Ronaldo was not happy with Iceland's "small mentality" after Euro opener

The two teams drew 1-1 in Saint-Etienne on Tuesday night

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Iceland's 1-1 with Portugal has been one of the highlights of Euro 2016 so far.

The tournament debutants, with the smallest population of any competing nation saw Birkir Bjarnason score a seconf-half equaliser to earn a point. While almost all of the footballing world, was happy to see Iceland make their mark, Cristiano Ronaldo was not impressed.

The Real Madrid star and Portugal captain left the field after the game, without shaking hands with any of the opposition. Even after the match, the 31-year-old was still angered by Iceland's "small mentality".

Portugal meet Austria on Saturday evening in the Parc des Princes. After the opening day results in Group F, both sides will be looking for a win, if they want to try and top their group.