Goal machine Ronaldo boots Morocco out Three previous tournaments yielded a return of just three goals for the five-time world player of the year, but Ronaldo is taking Russian Federation by storm after netting four times in two matches.
And the only thing sparkling brighter than Georgina's ring is her partner's goal-scoring form, with the star now topping the scorers table on four, thanks to his hat-trick against Spain and single match-winner against Morocco.
Fernando Hierro remains unbeaten in charge of Spain after their 1-0 win over Iran, but all outcomes remain possible for La Roja ahead of their final group match against Morocco. "We held our own against the European champions", Benatia said.
Speaking about Morocco's solid performance against Portugal, Santos said: "They are a team which caused a lot of trouble".
Spain could not managed to get a second despite their best efforts while Iran nearly scored an equaliser when Mehdi's powerful header hit the crossbar.
Morocco, who had a real go at the Luzhniki Stadium but failed to convert their chances, are pointless having also lost 1-0 to Iran and can not progress to the second round. "We started well, with good pace, but Iran are a very tough team, it's very hard to score against them".
Speaking to ITV's 2018 FIFA World Cup podcast, via MARCA, Evra said that Ronaldo asked him to come to his house one day after training, between 2006 and 2009, before the striker left United for Real Madrid. "I´m very proud of my players, very proud of this country, very proud of everybody". "We took a lot but we weren´t rewarded". At the World Cup?
"Two years ago we started a new journey, we were ranked 81st".
"I think he did an exceptional and outstanding match".