Portugal 'stronger than Morocco', says Andre Silva

Brenda Watkins
June 20, 2018

These two sides have met once before at a World Cup and it was Morocco who came out on top in a 3-1 win. "I share some responsibility in talking about the choices I've made". Things happen more naturally, sometimes passes that could be more hard, he facilitates.

"If I put three players on Ronaldo then how will we do to mark the other Portuguese players?" he asked. When you need me to do something, I'm always there when I need it, too.

"As I've said it's a big honour to play with him, he's the best footballer in the world", said Silva, who has scored an impressive 12 goals in 24 worldwide appearances. Let us know in the comments section below.

"I think we are stronger than Morocco if we compare the two teams, but I'm not saying the game will be easy for us", striker Andre Silva told reporters at Portugal's training base.

"We lost a battle but we haven´t lost the war".

Sometimes it's hard to remember there are 10 other players on the field making Portugal tick when Ronaldo enjoys one of his serial dates with destiny.

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Morocco will aim to bounce back after their opening defeat against Iran, courtesy of a late own goal from Aziz Bouhaddouz.

The Portugal coach, Fernando Santos, has urged his team to reach "Euro 2016 levels" as they prepare to take on Morocco in their second game of the World Cup.

Morocco is in must-win mode if it wants to reach the knockout stage of the tournament.

Tehran's largest football stadium is to admit thousands of women together with men for the first time since the the Islamic revolution of 1979 as World Cup fever grips Iran for its Wednesday evening group game against Spain. In the fourth minute of the Wednesday's World Cup match, Ronaldo picked up his fourth goal of the tournament on an incredibly aggressive header after an impressive cross.

Ronaldo started his world cup campaign by scoring a hat-trick against Spain and managed Portugal to claim a 3-3 draw.

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