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Fixture of Portugal in the World Cup in Qatar: rivals, dates and times of the matches

With the memory of being in the round of 16 in Russia 2018, the Portugal team will appear in Qatar 2022 with the dream of going as far as possible. To fight for the goal, the Portuguese have Cristiano Ronaldo, the main attack weapon and all-time goalscorer in this sport.

The draw determined that the Portuguese team integrates Group H and makes its debut in the tournament against no less than Ghana. Said meeting will take place this Thursday, November 24 at Stadium 974, starting at 11:00 am (Peruvian and Ecuadorian time).

Four days later, that is to say on Monday, November 28, Portugal will meet Uruguay at the Lusail Stadium. The match between the Portuguese and the Uruguayans is scheduled for 2:00 pm (Peruvian and Ecuadorian time).

The Portugal team, which in Qatar will have its eighth appearance in a World Cup event in history, will close the group stage by facing South Korea. The duel against the Asians will take place on Friday, December 2 at the Ciudad de la Educación Stadium, starting at 10:00 am (Peruvian and Ecuadorian time).

A few days after the World Cup event, as if to warm the atmosphere, Cristiano Ronaldo declared that his career would come to an end if his team wins the title. “One hundred percent that I retire”declared the striker in an interview with Piers Morgan.

Portugal fixture in Qatar 2022

Portugal vs. Ghana

Date: Thursday, November 24

Time: 11:00 am (Peruvian time) and 4:00 pm (Portuguese time)

Portugal vs. Uruguay

Date: Monday, November 28

Time: 2:00 pm (Peruvian time) and 7:00 pm (Portuguese time)

South Korea vs. Portugal

Date: Friday, December 2

Time: 10:00 am (Peruvian time) and 3:00 pm (Portuguese time)

Channels that broadcast the matches of Portugal

The matches that the Portuguese team will play against Ghana, Uruguay and South Korea, in the group stage of the World Cup, can be seen in Spain, through the signals of Gol Mundial, fuboTV Spain, TVE La 1, ; in Portugal, via Sport TV Multiscreen, RTP Play, Antena 1 – RTP, Sport TV1 and RTP 1; in Mexico, by TUDN and Las Estrellas; and in South America, through DirecTV Sports.

Source: Elcomercio

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