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Round of 16 | FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ | Full Match Watch the full match replay between Portugal and Switzerland played at Lusail Stadium, Al Daayen on Tuesday, 06 December 2022 at 22:00. Switzerland bow out with a whimper Switzerland made their way into the World Cup last 16 with a reputation as a stubborn, well-organised and hard to beat team under the direction of experienced coach Murat Yakin. If so, this was a pale imitation of their true quality as they were picked apart by Portugal and barely threatened goalkeeper Diogo Costa, with Xherdan Shaqiri - their main hope of inspiration - rendered anonymous throughout. Switzerland may regard reaching the knockout phase as par for the course at this tournament but there must still be huge disappointment at the meek and mediocre manner in which they have left Qatar, because previous evidence suggests they are a much better side than the one thrashed here. Player of the matchGonçalo RamosGonçalo Ramoswith an average of 8. Ronaldo was swarmed by photographers in the dug-out after the national anthems then received a pop star's welcome when he came on as substitute after 74 minutes following prolonged and noisy demands for his introduction, particularly from the locals who had come to see him in the flesh. The focus should not be Ronaldo though. The credit must go to a Portugal team who looked more mobile, fluid and unified without the man who is currently searching for his next club having left Manchester United. Portugal is a team full of talent even without Ronaldo and Ramos made an instant impact, not just with his goals but also his movement and team play. Portugal 6-1 Switzerland LIVE! World Cup 2022 result Dec 6, 2022 — Portugal 6-1 Switzerland LIVE! World Cup 2022 result, match stream, latest reaction and updates today ; Venue: Lusail Iconic Stadium ; Attendance ... Ronaldo replacement Ramos stars as Portugal advancePortugal coach Fernando Santos dropped Cristiano Ronaldo to the bench for the last-16 meeting with Switzerland and was rewarded with a hat-trick from replacement Goncalo Ramos and a stunning team display. Santos expressed his displeasure at gestures made by Ronaldo when he was substituted in the last group game against South Korea and it was the first time in 31 games stretching back to 2008 that he had not started in a major tournament. Portugal made light of the 37-year-old's absence to put it mildly, as 21-year-old Benfica striker Ramos hit the first treble of this tournament on his first international start, to help set up a quarter-final against surprise package Morocco after their win against Spain on penalties. Manchester City defender Manuel Akanji pulled one back for Switzerland but Ramos swiftly got his third with a clever chip, which was the signal for the crowd at Lusail Stadium to noisily demand Ronaldo's introduction. Portugal coach Ramos obliged with the game won, Ronaldo entering to rapturous applause, but his team-mates deserve all the acclaim for a high-class performance. Ronaldo had the ball in the net but was ruled offside so it was another young pretender to his crown, 23-year-old Rafael Leao, who crowned a dazzling display when he curled in the sixth. Who is Goncalo Ramos, the man who upstaged Ronaldo? Fifa World Cup: Schedule and route to the finalWorld Cup TV coverage guideWorld Cup Daily: Vamos Ramos and Moroccan magicPortugal shrug off Ronaldo sub-plot Cristiano Ronaldo's absence did not remove the spotlight and attention from the fading superstar but actually made it shine even more brightly in his direction at Lusail Stadium. And the sweet late strike from Rafael Leao was another demonstration of Portugal's bright future, one that hardly looked in jeopardy without Ronaldo as they swept Switzerland aside. Portugal coach Santos is a stern-faced individual but a shrewd operator with a Euro 2016 triumph on his CV. He would be fully justified in allowing himself a smile after his brave, but ultimately correct decision, to leave out his team's towering presence. This was such a complete performance from Portugal that there is surely no starting place for Ronaldo in the upcoming World Cup quarter-final against Morocco. Second Half ends, Portugal 6, Switzerland 1. Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Ricardo Horta (Portugal). Attempt blocked. Rúben Dias (Portugal) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Vitinha with a cross. Corner, Portugal. Conceded by Eray Cömert. Goal! Portugal 6, Switzerland 1. Rafael Leão (Portugal) right footed shot from the left side of the box to the top right corner. Assisted by Raphaël Guerreiro. Offside, Switzerland. Haris Seferovic tries a through ball, but Noah Okafor is caught offside. 93PortugalSquad number26Player nameGonçalo RamosSquad number11Player nameJoão FélixSquad number3Player namePepeSquad number8Player nameBruno FernandesSquad number5Player nameRaphaël GuerreiroSquad number10Player nameBernardo SilvaSquad number2Player nameDiogo DalotSquad number15Player nameRafael LeãoSquad number14Player nameWilliam CarvalhoSquad number4Player nameRúben DiasSquad number25Player nameOtávioSquad number18Player nameRúben NevesSquad number22Player nameDiogo CostaSquad number21Player nameRicardo HortaSquad number16Player nameVitinhaSquad number7Player nameCristiano RonaldoSwitzerlandSquad number10Player nameXhakaSquad number7Player nameEmboloSquad number5Player nameAkanjiSquad number23Player nameShaqiriSquad number6Player nameZakariaSquad number22Player nameSchärSquad number8Player nameFreulerSquad number17Player nameVargasSquad number2Player nameFernandesSquad number13Player nameRodríguezSquad number19Player nameOkaforSquad number26Player nameJashariSquad number18Player nameCömertSquad number9Player nameSeferovicSquad number1Player nameSommerSquad number15Player nameSowLine-upsPortugalFormation 4-3-322Diogo Costa2Dalot3Pepe4Rúben Dias5Guerreiro25OtávioSubstituted forVitinhaat 74'minutes14William Carvalho10Bernardo SilvaSubstituted forNevesat 81'minutes8Bruno FernandesSubstituted forRafael Leãoat 87'minutes26Gonçalo RamosSubstituted forRicardo Hortaat 74'minutes11João FélixSubstituted forCristiano Ronaldoat 73'minutesSubstitutes1Rui Patrício6João Palhinha7Cristiano Ronaldo9André Silva12Sá15Rafael Leão16Vitinha17João Mário18Neves20Cancelo21Ricardo Horta23Nunes24António SilvaSwitzerlandFormation 3-1-4-21Sommer5Akanji22SchärBooked at 43minsSubstituted forCömertat 45'minutesBooked at 59mins13Rodríguez10Xhaka2Fernandes15SowSubstituted forSeferovicat 54'minutes8FreulerSubstituted forZakariaat 54'minutes17VargasSubstituted forOkaforat 66'minutes7EmboloSubstituted forJashariat 89'minutes23ShaqiriSubstitutes4Elvedi6Zakaria9Seferovic11Steffen12Omlin14Aebischer16Fassnacht18Cömert19Okafor20Frei21Kobel24Köhn25Rieder26JashariReferee:César Arturo Ramos PalazuelosAttendance:83, 720Live TextMatch ends, Portugal 6, Switzerland 1. Ramos started the rout after 17 minutes when he drilled a finish past Swiss keeper Jan Sommer at the near post before veteran 39-year-old defender Pepe doubled Portugal's lead when he headed home Bruno Fernandes' corner in the 33rd minute. The dream full debut continued when Ramos effectively ended the contest with a near post swoop on Diogo Dalot's cross six minutes after the break, the striker turning provider to set up Raphael Guerriero to round off a sweeping move with a powerful strike four minutes later. Portugal vs Switzerland 6-1: World Cup 2022 Dec 6, 2022 — Free kick for Portugal. It's 30 metres (33 yards) out and Ronaldo is vs Spain live blog right now. Morocco has upset Spain on penalties ... Portugal vs Switzerland: times, how to watch on TV, stream Dec 6, 2022 — Portugal meet Switzerland at the Lusail Stadium in the World Cup Round of 16 on Tuesday 6 December 2022 with kick-off at 2 p.m. ET. Portugal vs Switzerland World Cup time, live stream, TV Dec 5, 2022 — Portugal face Switzerland in the 2022 World Cup Round of 16 as Cristiano Ronaldo aims for glory in his final World Cup appearance.


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