World Cup 2022
On this Thanksgiving the World Cup 2022, we’re grateful for the drama between Portugal and Ghana, as well as Richarlison’s spectacular finish for Brazil against Serbia. Switzerland’s 1-0 triumph against Cameroon and South Korea’s 0-0 tie with Uruguay whet our thirst for goals, which we received in the third and fourth games later in the day of World Cup 2022.
Ahead of Black Friday, we address your burning questions on England vs. the US, talk about Gareth Bale’s legacy, and explain what happens if teams are tied in the group stage.
Ronaldo sets another another record
After a scoreless first half between Portugal and Ghana, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a penalty in the second half to become the first male player to score in five World Cup 2022 appearances. The 37-year-old scored his first World Cup goal in 2006 and now has 118 for his nation.
Rafael Leao and Joao Felix joined their captain in scoring for Portugal, who beat Ghana 3-2. Inaki Williams crept up behind goalkeeper Diogo Costa, who dropped the ball down, but before the attacker could grab it off Costa, he stumbled and squandered the opportunity to level.
After the game, Ronaldo said, “What mattered was that the team won. The [Manchester United] chapter is concluded, and the attention is purely on the World Cup 2022.”
He is now without a club after his departure from Manchester United and will want to convey a message this tournament to sign with a new team during the January transfer window.
Brazil kicks off with the tournament’s first goal?
With Neymar and Vinicius Junior up front at the World Cup 2022, Richarlison is meant to be Brazil’s third wheel, but the striker supplied a tournament contender in the 2-0 victory against Serbia. The Tottenham Hotspur player controlled the ball in the air before volleying it into the side corner, giving goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic little chance.
Meanwhile, near the conclusion of the game, Neymar was spotted grimacing and seemed to be in agony. Fans will be hoping that the Paris Saint-Germain star is healthy for Monday’s match against Switzerland at the World Cup 2022. Brazil harnessed the exciting, elegant, and easy-to-watch football with which their nation is renowned and will want to maintain this form.