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World Cup 2022 Day 5: Ronaldo sets a new record

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Brazil may be one of the favorites to win the tournament, but they were subdued by defensively strong Serbia in the closing match of the fifth day. Richarlison proved to be Brazil’s hero, scoring twice – including a stunning bicycle kick – to seal a 2-0 victory.

There was high drama earlier in the day when Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 in an action packed finale to their match. Meanwhile, Switzerland recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Cameroon in Group G, while Uruguay and South Korea drew 0-0.

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We see eight more nations starting their World Cup campaigns today so we’ll have a better idea of ​​where each team is.

So far, of the favourites, England,rance and Spain have started strongly, while Argentina and Germany have faltered badly.

One of the World Cup favorites, Brazil, faces Serbia tonight, so we’ll see how they handle the pressure.

Cristiano Ronaldo will also be in action when Portugal take on Ghana. Teammate Brunoernandes has already said Portugal are 100% focused on the tournament, but the question remains whether the aging Ronaldo will help or hinder them this time around.

Germany players will face no disciplinary action byIFA after taking the OneLove badge protest to a new level as their players cover their mouths during a team photo at the World Cup.

The move marks another day of tension between the seven European countries that have backed the OneLove campaign andIFA, as the group – which includes the English and WelshAs – explore their legal options on the matter.

Speaking of the “covered mouths” gesture after his team’s 2-1 defeat to Japan, Germany coach Hansilick said: “It was a sign, a message we wanted to send. We wanted to convey the message thatIFA is silencing us.”

The German gesture could have resulted in disciplinary action byIFA under Article 11 of its Disciplinary Code. It states that anyone who “uses a sporting event for demonstrations of a non-sporting nature” may be punished.

FIFA has yet to comment on what the German team did, but it is understood there will be no formal disciplinary action by the governing body.

A tweet from the DFB read: “We wanted to use our captain’s armband to take a stand on the values ​​we uphold in the German national team: diversity and mutual respect. With other countries, we wanted our voice to be heard.

This was not about making a political statement – human rights are non-negotiable. This should be taken for granted, but it still isn’t right. That’s why this message is so important to us. Depriving us of the armband is like depriving us of a voice. We stand by our position.”

There is a risk though that the German gesture is an isolated gesture.

Switzerland are also part of the OneLove group, but their captain Granit Xhaka has indicated his team will not stage a similar protest ahead of their opening match against Cameroon on Thursday.

Organizers said the World Cup gala was canceled after Qatari authorities “imposed” changes to restrict alcohol sales. an charity Gol Cymru was looking to build on the success of its parties that took place either side of Wales’ World Cup opener against the USA with a second round of events forriday’s clash with Iran.

Theootball Supporters Association of Wales’s fan embassy later noted thatriday was a holy day and “no alcohol before midday” was not permitted.

Wales’ match in Group Two against Iran kicks off at 1:00 pm Qatar time, 10:00 am in the United Kingdom, at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium.

Nadia Nadim, the former Manchester City striker, participated in the television coverage of the goalless draw match between Denmark and Tunisia on Tuesday afternoon (November 22). But the 34-year-old Denmark international was absent from the panel at the final whistle, with host Mark Bogacz telling viewers she had been forced off.

And Nadim revealed, on Wednesday, that she had to leave the game after discovering that her mother had died as a result of a traffic accident. “Words can’t describe how I feel,” she said.

While it is synonymous with soccer glory for the nation, an unexpected connection was made with outgoing Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro. So why is the canary yellow jersey associated with the ex-president, and could an association with the far-right politician shut down the national team altogether?

Neymar Jr wears the politicized yellow shirt of Brazil

Switzerland defeated Cameroon 1-0 in the opening match of Group G with a goal from Monaco forward Brielle Embolo.

Brill Empolo (right) of Switzerland celebrates scoring his first goal with teammates Granit Xhaka (left) and Xherdan Shaqiri (Getty Images)

Another day, another goalless draw at the World Cup – this is already four and we are only on the fifth day!

Neither Uruguay nor South Korea could break the deadlock in Group G, after Switzerland moved to the top of the group earlier today with a 1-0 win over Cameroon.

Then, all eyes will now be on free agent Cristiano Ronaldo as Portugal take on Ghana in the opening game, before Brazil and Serbia wrap up today’s match at 7pm.

We’re halfway through the fiesta of football today, and it’s almost time for the latest edition of The Cristiano Ronaldo Show, mercilessly from Piers Morgan on the occasion.

Meanwhile, our writer, Rahman Osman, is in Qatar providing coverage of the World Cup.

In perhaps the funniest match of the Qatar World Cup so far, Portugal defeated Ghana 3-2.

The first half was unremarkable, but the second half (and 10 minutes of stoppage time) was insane, with goalscoring, fouls, and a goaltending error that almost gave the Black Stars an equalizer at the death.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty kick also means that he is the first player to score in five World Cups. Whatever your opinions on the controversial star, these are some of her accomplishments.

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his record-breaking goal in front of a mural of his great rival Lionel Messi (Getty Images)

Brazil were hoping to get off to a strong start to their World Cup campaign, and they have Richarlison to thank with their 2-0 victory over Serbia.

Brazil, the favorites to win the title, were at a loss in the first half when they faced a defensively strong Serbia. Good interceptions and blocks stopped any Brazilian shots.

Serbia themselves had some good tries to score, but none of them fell to the team the way they wanted.

Young star Richarlison only scored two great goals in the second half.

The first came in the 62nd minute, as Richarlison succeeded in hitting a rebound from Vinicius Junior.

However, arguably the moment of the game and possibly the goal of the tournament so far came in the 73rd minute. Richarlison stunned with a surprising cross from Vinicius Jr., but handled it beautifully as he moved in to the perfect overhead kick.

Richarlison’s heroics have given his side a decent win over Serbia to start their World Cup campaign, but can they go on and lift the trophy?

Richarlison scored the best bicycle kick during Brazil’s opening World Cup match. (Image credit: Getty Images)

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