Live score and latest updates from Cristiano Ronaldo's second match

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"I'm very happy to be on the same team with him".

With the superb header against Morocco, he has overhauled 62-year-old Puskas to become the leading European goalscorer and ahead of his lies Iranian great Ali Daei (109 goals).

Morocco, on the other hand, kicked off their first World Cup campaign in two decades with a heartbreaking last-minute defeat to Iran.

With Spain and Portugal tying, Iran leads Group B after beating Morocco 1-0 in their opener.

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The Atlas Lions manager Renard admits it could be hard for his side to contain Ronaldo as the North African nation look to bounce back from their opening game defeat.

Morocco boss Renard is expected to name an unchanged side to the one that faced Iran on Friday.

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Questioned about his chances of being picked, Silva said: "I do not know how to respond, this is the job of the mister [coach], he knows who plays".

"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", Silva told reporters at Portugal's team base on Monday.

The Morocco defender Nabil Dirar added: "Tomorrow will be a final for us, an important battle". The match starts at 20:00 on 20 June 2018.

The Saudis´ preparations were jolted by a mid-air mishap on Monday when the plane carrying them to Rostov suffered a fire in one of its engines.

Morocco, who will become the first team who are unable to progress to the next stage if they lose, found space to attack but had trouble getting into the Portuguese box.

Ronaldo's strike also moved him back ahead in the race for the World Cup Golden Boot, after Denis Cheryshev pulled level on three goals with his effort during Russia's 3-1 win over Egypt on Tuesday.

Earlier, Senegal secured a first win for an African nation at this tournament, benefiting from a awful error from Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny to beat Poland 2-1 in Moscow.