2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-2, 4th in FIFA World Cup
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1dReuters

Spain need more Costa goals to secure top spot

Spain will be looking for their unlikely new World Cup figurehead Diego Costa to strike again against already eliminated Morocco on Monday.

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4dJulien Laurens

FIFPro slams Morocco over Amrabat concussion

Morocco's Nourdinne Amrabat revealed on Wednesday that he took the decision to play against Portugal, despite suffering a concussion against Iran.

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4dJayaditya Gupta in Moscow

How to watch Ronaldo (and not get bored)

Who needs lung-busting runs or endless step-overs when you can create time and space where neither existed, and when it matters most?

Hislop: Ronaldo's focused on being a leader with Portugal (4:01)
Ronaldo makes history in Portugal's sub-par display (2:49)
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4dESPN

Ronaldo strikes again as Morocco go out

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his fourth goal in two World Cup matches as Portugal won 1-0 against a Morocco side that created plenty of chances.

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4dGabriele Marcotti

Ronaldo surpasses Puskas, Portugal surge on

As if we needed a reminder of his powers: Cristiano Ronaldo became the leading European scorer in international history as Portugal beat Morocco.

Do Portugal have the right ingredients to beat Morocco? (2:36)
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5dIrfan Kawri, KweséESPN Opposition Analyst

Tactics: How can Morocco defeat Portugal?

The Atlas Lions are up against it when they face Cristiano Ronaldo and co. after losing their World Cup opener.

Can Morocco rebound from Iran defeat? (1:19)

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-2Tied-23rd
Goals Scored0Tied-29th
Assists0Tied-22nd
Goals Conceded2Tied-11th