South Korea vs Portugal: Betting Tips & Predictions For Ronaldo’s Final Group H Match

Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal take on South Korea on Friday for their final Group H match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

One point at the Education City Stadium will be enough for Portugal to finish top of Group H. This would set them up with a last-16 tie against the runners-up in Group G, which consists of Brazil, Switzerland, Cameroon, and Serbia.

Can CR7 get back on the scoresheet?

Cristiano Ronaldo needs one more goal to equal Eusebio’s record of nine World Cup goals for Portugal. The forward thought he did it in the 2-0 win over Uruguay by heading home the team’s first goal. However, FIFA awarded the goal to Bruno Fernandes, who also scored the second to complete a match-winning brace.

That aside, Ronaldo put in a decent performance last time out. The star entertained the fans with some tricks and flicks, even producing a brilliant shoulder

Who Leads The Golden Boot Race?

It’s the question everyone is asking, who will win the first-ever winter World Cup Golden Boot?

England captain Harry Kane was the last player to take home the Golden Boot. The striker scored six goals in as many games in the 2018 World Cup to win the award last time out. He’ll hope for a follow-up this year, although it won’t be easy as several other world-class attackers are also gunning for the big prize.

Below is the list of all the goalscorers in Qatar so far, ranked from first to dead last.

2022 World Cup Top Scorers

2022 World Cup Group Standings

Aside from the World Cup top scorer battle, there is also the small matter of which teams will reach the last 16. Below you’ll the list of all the group standings from A to H. To see the results of every group game, click on the ‘Group

South Korea 2-1 Portugal: Asian giants reach the knockout round with sensational comeback

A late winner for South Korea saw them qualify for the World Cup’s last-16 round ahead of Uruguay.

South Korea defeated Portugal 2-1 in their World Cup game on Friday. A dramatic victory saw Taegeuk Warriors qualify to the next round alongside Portugal.

Last minute surprise!

Portugal started off by stunning their opponents with an early opener.

Following an assist from Diogo Dalot, Ricardo Horta made it 1-0 for Portugal with a precise shot.

South Korea then pushed hard to get back into the game while Portugal looked dangerous on the counter-attacks.

Following a poor clearance from Cristiano Ronaldo, Kim Young-Gwon snatched the equalizer for the Asian giants from close range.

The Koreans tried to complete their comeback in the first half. But their attacks lacked enough edge to break Portugal’s defence.

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Portugal went on to find a better start to the second half too. South Korea’s defence line

Portugal: Ronaldo struggles with fitness issue ahead of South Korea clash

Portugal might have to play without CR7 in their last group-sate game.

Portugal manager Fernando Santos has confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo is not fully fit ahead of his side’s upcoming match against South Korea.

Ronaldo played for Portugal in their 2-0 win over Uruguay on Monday. However, he couldn’t participate in his side’s training two days later.

Speaking in a pre-match press conference, Santos admitted Ronaldo might miss the game against South Korea.

“I think it is 50-50 if he plays or not, we’ll see,” Santos said at a press conference. 

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“It will depend on if and how he practices today, if we see he is in good condition. There is a plan for if he is not available.”

Portugal have already qualified for the knockout stage after winning their first two Group H games.

Having defeated Ghana and Uruguay, Santos’ men are in the pole position to qualify as

Manchester United getting there amid dressing-room drama!

The Reds ended the first leg of their 2022/23 season as Qatar 2022 dawns, 3 points behind the Champions League spots with a game in hand.

United have made remarkable progress under manager Erik Ten Hag.

With a host of transfers coming in during the summer break, and add to that the resurgence of Antony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Victor Lindelof and most visibly Diogo Dalot under the Dutchman’s watch, it looks like the glory days are back at the red half of Manchester.

While the numbers are the same compared to the previous season, the style of football and the structure of United’s game has been pleasing to anyone with Manchester United tickets.

Garnacho: Pocket-Rocket

On the last Sunday in the Premier League, Alejandro Garnacho’s goal in the 93rd minute gave Manchester United victory over Fulham in stoppage time, earning the United all three points as they left southwest London.

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