World Cup live scores, updates: Portugal vs. Uruguay score; FIFA World Cup 2022 bracket, standings, schedule

Day 9 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is here. On Monday, the two heavyweights of the tournament take the field. Brazil took 80 minutes to score but eventually escaped Switzerland 1-0 thanks to a Casemiro strike. Still to come Portugal take on Uruguay.

It was a tough job for Brazil, but they did it. Without Neymar pulling the strings, the attack often looked difficult for Brazil with a well-organised Swiss side resisting breakdown for 80 minutes. But in the end, the Swiss were grounded, and the difference was made by Casemiro, who entered the penalty area from the defensive midfield and received a kick from the substitute Antony. Brazil is only the second team, after France, to win the first two games, and now they have won a place in the round of 16.

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Previously, Monday was the all-time goal in the World Cup. It all started with an exciting clash between Cameroon and Serbia, which was full of action. The match ended 3-3 after Cameroon scored the first goal, but Serbia managed to turn the score around late in the first half, scoring twice in less than three minutes. It looked like it was all over for Cameroon after Serbia scored a third goal early in the second half through Aleksandar Mitrovic, but the African side scored twice through Vincent Aboubakar and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.

Later, South Korea and Ghana set the tone for Group H with a five-goal thriller as Ghana won the game 3-2. South Korea opened the game with plenty of possession and won seven corners in the first half, but Ghana struck twice with goals from Mohammed Salisu and Mohammed Kudus to take the lead at half-time. South Korea’s strong counter-pressing in the second half led to two equalizing goals, both scored by Cho Gue-sung. But the match-winner arrived from Ghana when Kudus registered his second of the game to secure all three points for the African side.

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At 2 p.m., Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal take on Uruguay in a fascinating clash between two teams with a lot of history in this competition. Brazil will have to play against Switzerland without Neymar, who is injured and will miss at least this second game of the competition. This game will be played at 11 am ET.

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World Cup results, schedule

Monday, November 28
Cameroon 3, Serbia 3
South Korea 2, Ghana 3
Brazil vs. Switzerland, 11 a.m. ET (FOX and Telemundo)
Portugal vs. Uruguay, 2 p.m. ET (FOX and Telemundo)

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