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Portugal vs Switzerland now live: dream goal! CR7 replacement takes the lead - Pepe follows suit

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Portugal vs Switzerland now live: dream goal! CR7 replacement takes the lead - Pepe follows suit Created: 06/12/2022, 21:04 By: Florian Schimak Portugal wants to advance to the quarterfinals against Switzerland. Before kick-off there was a fuss about Cristiano Ronaldo. The World Cup round of 16 in the live ticker. Portugal 2-0 Switzerland (2-0) oldie stings! Pepe makes it 2-0 for the 2016 Euro



Portugal vs Switzerland now live: dream goal!

CR7 replacement takes the lead - Pepe follows suit

Created: 06/12/2022, 21:04

By: Florian Schimak

Portugal wants to advance to the quarterfinals against Switzerland.

Before kick-off there was a fuss about Cristiano Ronaldo.

The World Cup round of 16 in the live ticker.

  • Portugal 2-0 Switzerland (2-0)

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46 minutes:

Let's continue!

Portugal 2-0 Switzerland (2-0)

Portugal: Diogo Costa - Diogo Dalot, Pepe, Ruben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro - William Carvalho, Otavio - Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva - Joao Felix, Goncalo Ramos

Switzerland: Summer - Fernandes, Schär, Akanji, Rodriguez - Xhaka, Sow, Freuler - Shaqiri, Embolo, Vargas

Goals: 1-0 Goncalo Ramos (17'), 2-0 Pepe (33')

+++ Half-time conclusion: Portugal deservedly lead 2-0 against Switzerland.

Without Cristiano Ronaldo, who only sits on the bench, his replacement Goncalo Ramos was there early.

After that, the Santos team clearly dominated the action, even if the Swiss were not without chances to score.

Oldie Pepe then followed up after a corner.

Just before the break, Portugal could have gone even further.

+++

45.+4 minutes:

So, that's it for the first half between Portugal and Switzerland.

43 minutes:

Almost 3-0!

Goncalo Ramos is sent, appears bell-free in front of summer, but the Gladbach keeper stabs the well-considered conclusion and clears the corner.

From this Pepe has a good chance again, because Sommer and Akanji hinder each other in the clarification action.

Lucky for Switzerland.

37 minutes:

The 2-0 is absolutely deserved for Portugal because they clearly dominate the game.

Although the Swiss are not harmless, the 2016 European champion is clearly superior here.

Portugal vs Switzerland now live: Oldie stands out!

Pepe makes it 2-0

33rd minute: GOOOOOOOOR!

That's it again in the Swiss box!

Oldie Pepe prevails after a corner in the center and scores 2-0 for Portugal.

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Portugal vs Switzerland now live: Pepe nods off to make it 2-0.

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30 minutes:

The first good chance for the Confederates.

Embolo is fouled a good 22 meters from the goal, Shaqiri takes the ball and twirls it just next to the Portuguese box.

21st Minute:

This Goncalo Ramos has made an outstanding game here so far!

The attacker first prepares a good chance for Otavio, who fails with his shot at Sommer.

Shortly thereafter, the scorer himself has the chance to make it 2-0, but Sommer is there again.

Portugal vs Switzerland now live: dream goal!

CR7 replacement takes the lead

17 minutes: GOOOOOOR!

As soon as we talk about it, the first goal falls.

Joao Felix plays Goncalo Ramos in the penalty area, who turns once and chases the ball into the short corner in the corner.

Wow!

What a hit.

Ironically, the Ronaldo replacement scores here, crazy!

Portugal vs Switzerland now live: dream goal!

CR7 replacement takes the lead © IMAGO / Matthias Koch

16 minutes:

Ok, that's a bit bizarre.

It gets loud in the stadium, the Laola wave starts, but nothing happens on the field because Portugal let the ball run in their own ranks.

11 minutes:

A game in which both teams act with a lot of respect.

Portugal and Switzerland are watching each other.

So far there hasn't been a really significant launch campaign on either side.

5 minutes:

Quite an appealing start.

Portugal tried to dominate the game from the start, spread the game and got into a good position through Bruno Fernandes.

On the other side, Breel Embolo has the first degree.

Before that, however, the ex-Bundesliga star received an elbow blow from Ruben Dias, which, however, was not suspected.

1st minute:

kick-off!

The ball rolls.

December 6 update, 7:55 p.m.:

The anthems sound!

It's about to start here at the Lusail Iconic Stadium.

By the way, the game was refereed by Cesar Arturo Ramos Palazuelos from Mexico.

Update from December 6, 7:44 p.m .:

The Swiss only made one change to the “top formation” coached by Murat Yakin.

Fernandes starts at right back for Widmer, who initially takes a seat on the bench.

But enough line-up information, in 15 minutes the game between Portugal and Switzerland starts.

Update from December 6, 7:32 p.m .:

Somewhat surprisingly, Rafael Leao is not in Portugal’s starting XI, but Goncalo Ramos.

Bastian Schweinsteiger is also surprised on ARD in the run-up to the game on TV about the Portugal line-up.

Update from December 6, 7 p.m.:

The winner of the World Cup round of 16 between Portugal and Switzerland met Morocco in the quarter-finals to everyone’s surprise.

The Africans beat Spain 3-0 on penalties.

Portugal vs Switzerland now live: fuss about Cristiano Ronaldo!

CR7 in the World Cup round of 16 only on the bench

Update from December 6th, 6.45 p.m .:

Indeed!

Cristiano Ronaldo is just on the bench.

Otherwise Coach Santos rotates back, only keeper Diogo Costa, Diogo Dalot and Pepe are back in the starting XI.

Update from December 6, 6:31 p.m .:

As Portuguese media reports, Fernando Santos actually leaves his superstar on the bench.

Cristiano Ronaldo is said to not be in the starting XI for the World Cup Round of 16.

The reason?

The coach is said to have disliked CR7's behavior after he was substituted.

Update from December 6, 6:18 p.m .:

In just over half an hour we should find out the lineups.

We are curious if there will be any surprises.

It's hard to imagine CR7 taking a seat on the bench, but the superstar hasn't really convinced yet at this World Cup.

All players are available for the Swiss.

Also Yann Sommer, who recently had a cold.

He should move back between the posts for BVB keeper Gregor Kobel.

First report from December 6, 5 p.m.:

Munich – The last round of 16 of the 2022 World Cup is coming up.

Portugal and Switzerland face each other.

Who buys the ticket for the quarterfinals and then meets the winner between Spain and Morocco?

Portugal vs. Switzerland today in the live ticker: fuss about Cristiano Ronaldo shortly before the World Cup round of 16

Portugal vs. Switzerland live today: fuss about Cristiano Ronaldo shortly before the World Cup round of 16 © IMAGO / MB Media Solutions

Before the sporting competition begins, however, a Portuguese superstar once again makes the headlines.

We are talking about Cristiano Ronaldo, about whose future there was much speculation in the run-up to the game between Portugal and Switzerland.

CR7 is said to be about to move to the desert.

However, not to Qatar, where the World Cup is taking place.

Ronaldo is set to sign a contract with Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, as reported by the mostly well-informed

Marca

.

The 38-year-old had terminated his contract with Manchester United shortly before the World Cup after disputes with coach Erik ten Haag.

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And Switzerland?

"We want to make history," said national team captain Granit Xhaka after the Swiss group victory against Cameroon.

"We noticed the euphoria in Switzerland," explains coach Murat Yakin, adding: "It's a great opportunity to continue writing history.

We know our opponents and have already shown that we can beat them."

Switzerland was last in a World Cup quarterfinals in 1954.

Portugal's greatest World Cup success was years ago.

In 1966 they finished third.

It will be interesting to see who cheers in the end and writes history.

(smk)

Source: merkur

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