Ex-Real Madrid and Manchester United star Christiano Ronaldo has been thrown into another moment of sadness after he has once again been placed on the bench whilst his national team plays against Morocco.
In the starting lineup for the first eleven players, Ronaldo's name has been found missing as he will not be starting the game just like it happened previously when Portugal was playing Switzerland.
The Portugal players who will start the game are Costa, Dalot, Pepe, Dias, Guerreiro, Neves, Bernado Silva, Otavio, Bruno Fernandes, Ramos and Felix.
The position that Ronaldo plays for the Portugal national team has been replaced by Ramos who was a hero recently when he scored impressive goals that contributed to his team procession to the next stage.
Ronaldo will therefore be looking forward to play tonight's game as a substitute with high hopes of aiding his side to win and move to the semi-finals of the World Cup competition being played at Qatar.
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