Ronaldo makes history as Brazil join the party – Football Daily podcast | Football

Today the committee wraps up all the World Cup events as Groups G and H begin their campaign.

Cristiano Ronaldo made history as the first man to score in five World Cups in their 3-2 win over Ghana – and Brazil’s attacking prowess was on point as Richarlison scored twice, including a superb volley, to get the Seleção and running.

Meanwhile, South Korea and Uruguay played to an entertaining 0-0 draw and Switzerland beat Cameroon in a mini-match at Stade Al Janoub.

In addition, Harry Kane is ready to start against the United States on Friday night after a scare.

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring from the penalty spot during Portugal's 3-2 win over Ghana in the World Cup match at Stade 974 in Doha.

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