Uruguay, Portugal and Spain victorious on day seven

Uruguay, Portugal and Spain victorious on day seven

Uruguay, Portugal and Spain victorious on day seven

Morocco officially is eliminated from World Cup 2018 contention with its second loss in as many games.

Him again. Cristiano Ronaldo broke the ice four minutes into the game, with the sort of diving header perilously inches from Karim El Ahmadi's boot that screamed: BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.

Spain and Portugal may have to flip a coin to decide who comes out as winners of their group in the event that their goal and disciplinary record are exactly the same.

At 6am, Argentina take on Croatia in Group D.

Meantime, in his 100th game for Uruguay, Luis Suarez was his side's saviour, sweeping home his first goal of the tournament from close range to send the South Americans through to the last 16.

Ronaldo is now tied with Denis Cheryshev on three goals at the World Cup after Cheryshev scored in Tuesday's win over Egypt in Russia's second game.

And just like in Friday's thrilling 3-3 draw with archrival Spain, the 33-year-old forward was responsible for his side's entire scoresheet.

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Spain would be second in the group if they defeat Morocco and Fernando Santos' team earn a victory over Iran with a better goal difference.

But it is another former Bayern Munich forward, Iran's Ali Daei, whom Ronaldo will need to overhaul as the all-time top scorer in the history of worldwide football.

The much-talked about plan of a Portugal in possession, spreading the play and dictating the tempo, never materialised.

Cristiano Ronaldo became Europe's top worldwide scorer, but Portugal were lucky to come out on top against a resilient Morocco.

Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk isn't ruling out changes to face a World Cup opponent he rates as a better team unit than France.

The odds are in Portugal's favor, if only for its experience in tight games on massive stages. "I think we are ranked 41st now." said the Frenchman, who took over in February 2016. They are a team which caused a lot of trouble.

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