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FIFA World Cup 2022: Will Switzerland be able to stop Portugal? Know what are the figures

Portugal vs Switzerland Stats: On Tuesday/Wednesday night (12 o’clock), the Portugal team will take on Switzerland in the round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup. This match between the two teams will start at 12 pm Indian time. The Portuguese team is believed to have the upper hand in this match. Ronaldo’s Portugal is also among the contenders to win the title. At the same time, in this match, the eyes of the fans will be on Ronaldo. The teams of Portugal and Switzerland have faced each other 10 times so far, in which two matches were won by Switzerland and three matches by Portugal.

What do the figures say?

Apart from this, five matches have been drawn between the two teams. On the other hand, talking about FIFA rankings, Portugal’s team is at number nine. While the Swiss team is at 15th place in the FIFA rankings. At the same time, for the first time since 1954, the Swiss team will enter with the intention of making it to the last eight. However, statistics show that Ronaldo’s statistics, playing in his fifth World Cup, are not very good. Actually, Ronaldo has not scored a single goal in the knockout stage so far, but Ronaldo’s team, who has won the World Player of the Year award five times, will have a big challenge to stop Switzerland.

Such has been the record of both the teams

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Portugal has won four out of its last five matches, but has lost two. This team would like to recover from the defeat in the last match and win. In the FIFA World Cup, Portugal defeated Ghana by a margin of 3-2 in the first match. Apart from this, Switzerland has also won three of its last five matches and has lost in two. This team defeated Cameroon by a margin of 1-0 in the first match. In the second match, Switzerland had to face defeat against Brazil by a margin of 0-1.

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