Portugal play their game two with confidence after they drew with Spain in their opening match. Cristiano was the star after securing a hatrick. Now the favourite to win the competition’s Golden Boot award, Ronaldo will be looking to add more to his tally.By scoring in this tournament, Ronaldo became only the second player ever to score in nine consecutive major international tournaments (Asamoah Gyan was the first).
Andre Silva is likely to be kept out once again by Goncalo Guedes, who complemented Ronaldo nicely up front against Spain.
Iran, who face Spain later on in the evening, will begin the day as Group B leaders following their late 1-0 win over Morocco last week. Moroccan forward Aziz Bouhaddouz scored a 95th-minute own goal, leaving Herve Renard’s side bottom of the group.
Despite losing their opening match, head coach Renard could yet field a similar eleven as last week.Monaco winger Nabil Dirar is a slight doubt but is expected to be available.
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