'Saves not down to luck'
Portugal goalkeeper Ricardo, who saved a record three penalties in a shoot-out win against England on Saturday, said his exploits were down to more than luck.
"Penalty shoot-outs are a lottery, but I train well too and I'm not going to tell you my secrets, then you will know everything," he said.
The normally jovial keeper became visibly irate at a reporter who suggested he was just lucky and insisted: "It wasn't luck - watch the television."
Ricardo, who sent England home from Euro 2004 by converting a match-winning penalty in a shoot-out, said he had nothing personal against the 1966 World Cup winners.
"I like the English guys, but I like Portugal more," he said.