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FIFA World Cup 2022: Ronaldo & Co in action against Uruguay while Brazil look to advance to R16

FIFA World Cup 2022: The final matchday 2 fixtures on Monday will see Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in action while Brazil will look to seal a spot in the Round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup as they take on Switzerland

aditya-pimpale Written By: Aditya Pimpale @AdityaPimpale6 [Published on: November 28, 2022 13:28 IST]
  • FIFA World Cup 2022: Ronaldo & Co in action against Uruguay while Brazil look to advance to R16
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    FIFA World Cup 2022: Ronaldo & Co in action against Uruguay while Brazil look to advance to R16
  • Pre-tournament favourites Brazil face Switzerland in a World Cup Group G clash on Monday at Stadium 974. With a resounding win in their opening fixture, Brazil lived up to those expectations placed on them before the finals. 
Brazil's first opponents, Serbia, were highly fancied to be one of the dark horses at this tournament, but a dominant performance from the Selecao made them look very ordinary. Complete domination from first whistle till last rewarded Tite's side with a 2-0 success over the Balkan nation, thanks to a Richarlison double in the second half.
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    Pre-tournament favourites Brazil face Switzerland in a World Cup Group G clash on Monday at Stadium 974. With a resounding win in their opening fixture, Brazil lived up to those expectations placed on them before the finals. Brazil's first opponents, Serbia, were highly fancied to be one of the dark horses at this tournament, but a dominant performance from the Selecao made them look very ordinary. Complete domination from first whistle till last rewarded Tite's side with a 2-0 success over the Balkan nation, thanks to a Richarlison double in the second half.
  • Portugal will enter Monday's Group H contest with Uruguay knowing that a victory would see them qualify for the last-16 stage of the 2022 World Cup with a game to spare. Fernando Santos's side recorded a 3-2 win over Ghana in their tournament opener on Thursday night, while Uruguay played out a goalless draw with South Korea earlier in the day.
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    Portugal will enter Monday's Group H contest with Uruguay knowing that a victory would see them qualify for the last-16 stage of the 2022 World Cup with a game to spare. Fernando Santos's side recorded a 3-2 win over Ghana in their tournament opener on Thursday night, while Uruguay played out a goalless draw with South Korea earlier in the day.
  • Ghana are facing the prospect of an early elimination from World Cup 2022 Group H when they travel to the Education City Stadium to face South Korea on Monday. The Black Stars fell to an agonising 3-2 defeat to Portugal on the opening day, while their Asian counterparts impressively held Uruguay to a goalless draw.
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    Ghana are facing the prospect of an early elimination from World Cup 2022 Group H when they travel to the Education City Stadium to face South Korea on Monday. The Black Stars fell to an agonising 3-2 defeat to Portugal on the opening day, while their Asian counterparts impressively held Uruguay to a goalless draw.
  • West African nation, Cameroon are seeking their first victory at the World Cup since 2002, when current Cameroonian Football Federation president Samuel Eto'o was the last player to net a winner for his country on the global stage. Although Cameroon managed to hold higher-ranked opponents for the first half of their Group G opener, a 48th-minute goal from Yaounde-born Breel Embolo proved the difference in Cameroon's defeat to Switzerland.
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    West African nation, Cameroon are seeking their first victory at the World Cup since 2002, when current Cameroonian Football Federation president Samuel Eto'o was the last player to net a winner for his country on the global stage. Although Cameroon managed to hold higher-ranked opponents for the first half of their Group G opener, a 48th-minute goal from Yaounde-born Breel Embolo proved the difference in Cameroon's defeat to Switzerland.