The World Cup matches are set to to go for two days break whereby they will resume on Friday with Croatia hosting Brazil before Netherlands welcoming Argentina at Lusail Iconic stadium in the quarter finals.However it might be the end of the road for Morocco in this tournament has they are set to encounter a tough opponent has shown below.
After Portugal's huge victory 6-1 against Switzerland,they will be facing the only African team in the competition ie Morocco in the quarter finals.Regarding yesterday's Portugal huge win,on the look of things Morocco are at risk of being eliminated due Portugal's recent awesome form.
Yesterday's we witnessed first World Cup hat-trick in which Benfica's forward Goncalo Ramos found the back of the net three times.Moreover Cristiano Ronaldo came in as a substitute after Portugal had scored five goals.Currently Ronaldo has scored one goal in this competition thus his chances of winning the golden boot are minimal.
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