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How to watch Portugal vs Ghana free in USA today? All eyes on Ronaldo

All eyes will be on Cristiano Ronaldo when the forward captains Portugal against Ghana in a World Cup 2022 Group H match at Stadium 974 here on Thursday (24). Portugal are winless in their last three opening games at the World Cup after drawing two and losing the other.

You can watch Portugal vs Ghana live in USA on Fox while Peacock TV Live and Telemundo are streaming the action live for Spanish viewers. Also, please don’t forget that you can watch every World Cup match live with fuboTV – U.S.-only with a 7-day free trial!

Ronaldo has been the media highlight since his controversial interview with British broadcaster Piers Morgan, which has led to him and Manchester United parting ways recently. On Thursday, the 37-year-old will be out to show the world that he still has what it takes to make an impact on the big stage, despite the many claims that he’s now on the decline.

The former Real Madrid and Juventus striker had been dealing with an illness that saw him sit out Portugal’s last warm-up game against Nigeria, but he’s trained with the team in recent days and is expected to be available to face Ghana. Read More: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 scores on Day 4; winners and losers

Ronaldo and Portugal enter this game as the favorite and will come up against a Ghana team that finished bottom of their group in the African Cup of Nations earlier this year.

Ghana captain Andre Ayew admitted that the European giants would be favorites for the opening Group H encounter, but the Africans are prepared to make it a fight.

Speaking ahead of the matchup, Ayew said Portugal and Ronaldo are professionals enough to focus on the job at end and not be affected by Ronaldo’s situation.

“It’s not really our problem what’s happening in the Portuguese team, they are great professionals, playing for top teams, they will be ready for the World Cup,” said Ayew.

“Portugal are the ones who are favorites on paper, we have to show on the field, that on paper is not what will happen on the pitch.”

Ghana rested several of their more experienced players in warm-up win over Switzerland recently, but the Africans are likely to welcome back some of those players, including Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey.

James Anderson is a major football contributor for SportingAlert. Covers events from the teams in London, including Chelsea and Arsenal.
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