Gonçalo Ramos scored a hatrick to help Portugal defeat Switzerland 6-1 in their knockout stage.
Ramos started over Cristiano Ronaldo.He has now scored his 1st,2nd and 3rd FIFA World Cup goals at the knockout stages for Portugal.He scored the 3 goals in 68 minutes against Switzerland.
Ramos has also scored the 1st hat-trick of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He is only the 2nd Portuguese player to score a hat-trick in a FIFA World Cup knock-out game:
Eusebio vs. North Korea 1966
Goncalo Ramos vs Switzerland 2022
Bruno Fernandes has been directly involved in five goals in three games at the 2022 #FIFAWorldCup (two goals and three assists); the most by a Portuguese player in a single edition of the tournament since 1966 (10 Eusébio & 6 José Torres). Class.
Portugal defender Pepe is now the oldest ever player to score in a knockout stage game at the #FIFAWorldCup (39 years & 283 days old). Appetite.
Portugal will play Morocco in the quarter finals.
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