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Richarlison’s goal and Cristiano Ronaldo’s record; see the summary of the day


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The end of the first group stage this Thursday (24) had a Brazilian victory, with a great goal by Richarlison, and a Portuguese victory, with Cristiano Ronaldo being the 1st player to score a goal in five World Cups.

This Friday (25), the second stage of the group dispute begins. Groups A and B enter the field (see list belowπŸ‡§πŸ‡· At the end of each day of the event, the Sheet publishes the summary and statistics of the games, such as shots on goal, ball possession and other numbers.

Group G

Switzerland vs Cameroon

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With a restrained celebration by Cameroonian Breel Embolo, Switzerland scored the goal that defined the match against Cameroon early on. The teams fought a balanced dispute, with almost equal ball passes. However, it was Cameroon who had more chances on goal, with less success compared to Switzerland.

Brazil vs Serbia

Brazil’s long-awaited debut resulted in a 2-0 victory over Serbia, with a great goal scored by Richarlison. The first half was hard for the Brazilian team, but, in the second stage, there was absolute dominance and control by the Brazilians. Both goals were scored by the number 9.

Group H

Portugal vs Ghana

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Portugal beat Ghana in a well-contested second half. The first goal was scored by Cristiano Ronaldo, from the penalty spot.

Uruguay vs South Korea

Uruguay and South Korea starred in the fourth draw in the 0-0 of the World Cup. The two teams played an even game, played in the midfield and with little chance to score. Arrascaeta did not leave the Uruguayan bench


7am – Wales v Iran

10am – qatar vs senegal

1pm – netherlands vs ecuador

4pm – england vs usa


Click here and check out the statistics and characteristics of each player – from height and weight to distribution on the pitch– and important data about the 32 selections in the tournament.

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