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.
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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