Guerreiro suffers suspected broken leg in Portugal win

Today at 16:00 GMT, Russia takes on Portugal in Moscow and Cristiano Ronaldo very focused on leaving victorious.Mexico, in white, plays Portugal at the Kazan Arena in Russian Federation on June 18.”We took them to the very limit”, Hudson said after his team was eliminated with a game remaining in Group A, “and at times they couldn’t handle that”.Portugal were held to a 2-2 draw by Mexico in their opening Group A game at the Confederations Cup, with Hector Moreno grabbing a late equaliser after Cedric Soares and Ricardo Quaresma had scored for Fernando Santos’ side.Where could Cristiano Ronaldo go next? “I’m expecting an incredible spirit from our team – this is a massive game for us”.”Don’t forget that most of these players here were part of the most brilliant history in Portuguese history just a year ago (at the European Championships), we should not forget that and so I trust them 100%”.Marquez is the only player at the tournament to have previously lifted the Confederations Cup, doing so when hosts Mexico beat Brazil 4-3 in the 1999 final.Ronaldo’s headed goal on eight minutes was enough to seal victory and a first ever win for Portugal on Russian soil, having failed in four previous visits.Hosts Russia started their campaign with a 2-0 win over New Zealand and they will hope to build on that as Portugal look to get their first win of the tournament.”What we made a decision to change after half-time, we managed to change”, he said.”We created a lot of chances, had a bit more space than the last game”.The two nations have met three times in Moscow prior to this encounter and all those matches have ended in wins for the home side, and they have won without conceding a single goal.All fans attending the Confederations Cup were given the aforementioned ID, which plays a similar role to a visa; this helps authorities identify fans in case any problems arise. “This team, when they have to sacrifice themselves, they do that”, he said.”There’s no team in the world of football that doesn’t have to suffer at some point or other”, he said.