Fernando Santos Diego Alonso Danilo Pereira Qatar France Germany Belgium Croatia Spain Switzerland Serbia Portugal Brazil Canada Cameroon city Santos Morocco Ghana Uruguay South Korea county Early Fernando Santos Diego Alonso Danilo Pereira Qatar France Germany Belgium Croatia Spain Switzerland Serbia Portugal Brazil Canada Cameroon city Santos Morocco Ghana Uruguay South Korea county Early

Today at the World Cup: Portugal looking to advance with Uruguay win

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Portugal look to book their round of 16 berth on Monday with a Group H win over Uruguay, while Brazil will need to cope without Neymar as they take on Switzerland in Group G.Elsewhere in that group, opponents Cameroon and Serbia could see their campaigns ended  while South Korea face Ghana in the early afternoon Group H match-up.On Sunday, Germany avoided an early exit after salvaging a late 1-1 draw with Spain and Morocco stunned Belgium to end the evening second in the Group F table.

Elsewhere, Canada became the second team after hosts Qatar to exit after Croatia handed them a 4-1 defeat.Portugal look to advanceCristiano Ronaldo became the first man to score at five consecutive World Cups in Portugal’s 3-2 win over Ghana.Now his side are hoping to pick up another three points and join France in the round of 16 with a win over Uruguay on Monday.They will need to cope without Danilo Pereira, who  “suffered a fracture of three costal arches” in training on Monday, baffling boss Fernando Santos.He told a press conference on Sunday: “That’s a type of injury that no-one can explain.

We do not understand how that could have happened.“It’s normal that these type of injuries happen, but we did not see how it happened exactly.Meanwhile, their Group H opponents are not taking the test lightly.Uruguay boss Diego Alonso said: “Of course Portugal have a very good squad, excellent players, a wonderful coach with wide experience.“They’re a dangerous team.

But on the other hand we also have our own arguments, our own weapons. We will try to win. We will bring our ‘A’ game. Lets see what happens.”Neymar return inevitable, says Brazilian bossBrazil will be forced to cope without key cog Neymar when his side face Switzerland in group G

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