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Cristiano Ronaldo took the headlines last Friday, which is kind of unsurprising in hindsight.

The reason was supposedly because of a odd loophole in the rules which means that if all the outfield players are off the pitch then the opponents can quickly kick-off and potentially score a goal.

Geiger whistled a whopping 42 fouls in all, but produced only one yellow card to each side, and no ejections.

"[Morocco] are one of the best teams in Africa".

"We will stick to the style that defines us as a team, but we have to pass the ball around a lot more and maintain possession. We have to think match by match in order to progress", said Ronaldo. "We hope that this will be Cristiano's World Cup as it would be a good sign for us then".

"I occupy spaces. In the movements, we open spaces for each other". This will be the first time Morocco will face Portugal since the 1986 game.

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Magnusson joined City from Juventus after Euro 2016 and scored his only goal for the Robins on his debut in August that year.

At United the former Atletico Madrid star has looked far more reassured than he has looked playing for Spain of late but there's no doubting his obvious world class quality.

"He is an exceptional player and we will try everything to make him less exceptional". You can achieve great things if you are ready mentally. It would require some special effort from Saudi Arabia to outsmart Uruguay - if they still believe that they can better their 1994 record, when they finished in the round of 16.

"Of course, no World Cup match is easy even against teams that are theoretically weaker", said Portugal defender Jose Fonte.

The win 1-0 win over Morocco was a highlight for the national team and takes pressure off the team's chances of advancing.

Julien Laurens is a London-based French journalist who writes for ESPN FC and Le Parisien.