Welcome to Sportstar’s stay Day 5 build-up for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. 4 matches – Switzerland vs Cameroon, Uruguay vs South Korea, Portugal vs Ghana and Brazil vs Serbia – will probably be performed right now. Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar will probably be in motion.
DAY 5: QATAR 2022 LIVE UPDATES
What’s in retailer
FIFA World Cup’s Group G will see the Samba Boys, Brazil, in motion because the five-time World Cup Champion takes on challengers Switzerland, Serbia and Cameroon in the identical group. Right here’s what one can anticipate from these groups as they get their campaigns underway – READ
Prepared for the opener
Elsewhere, Ghana captain Andre Ayew has weighed in on the Cristiano Ronaldo vs Man United saga. He doesn’t imagine Ronaldo’s messy exit from Manchester United could have any bearing on its World Cup Group H opener in opposition to Portugal as he urged his facet to be “courageous” in its conflict at Stadium 974 on Thursday – READ
Brazil to get the ball rolling
Brazil coach Tite, wisened up because the quarterfinal loss from 4 years in the past, has essentially the most standout squad of this World Cup – males of extraordinary expertise combating for each spot. His group will get its marketing campaign underway later tonight in opposition to Serbia – READ
The place to for Ronaldo?
Portugal ahead Cristiano Ronaldo has left Manchester United with quick impact. The choice follows a controversial interview wherein the 37-year-old criticised the membership and mentioned he had “no respect” for supervisor Erik ten Hag. Each events acknowledged that Ronaldo’s exit was “mutually agreed”. So, the place is the Portugal skipper headed subsequent – READ
As we construct as much as right now’s first match, at 3.30pm, right here’s a fast recap of how Day 4 went on the FIFA World Cup.
Morocco 0-0 Croatia – Report
Japan 2-1 Germany – Report
Spain 7-0 Costa Rica – Report
Belgium 1-0 Canada – Report
– FIFA World Cup schedule right now
FIXTURES (TIMINGS IN IST)
Switzerland vs Cameroon – 3:30 PM
Uruguay vs South Korea – 6:30 PM
Portugal vs Ghana – 9:30 PM
Brazil vs Serbia – 12:30 AM (Friday)