Onana refused, and Brazil and Portugal will have the eighth … Highlights of Monday

Find out all the highlights from the World Cup on Monday, November 28.

Today’s strong choice: Onana is expelled from Cameroon

This announcement came shortly before the match against Serbia: Andre Onana, the Cameroonian goalkeeper, was sent off for ‘indiscipline’. After the match – a 3-3 draw between the Serbs and the Cameroonians – Rigobert Song reconsidered his decision.

Inter Milan goalkeeperIt was set aside in connection with indiscipline. In a group you have to respect the rules, I prefer to maintain the group over the individualsCameroon coach explains. “In the group, you need a certain system and when you do not conform to the standards of discipline, you have to take responsibility, actions (…), that’s what was done.»

Good performance today: minimal service for Brazil

It was complicated for the men of Tete against the Nati. In a very close match, Brazil had all the trouble in the world to get rid of Switzerland. Valuable success for the Seleção, 1-0, thanks to a wonderful goal scored by Casemiro at the end of the match (83rd).

Brazil struggled but Switzerland never knew how to spot a mistake: zero shots on target. Najah sends Neymar’s teammates straight to the Round of 16. A draw with Cameroon (Friday, 4pm) will secure first place in Group C of the Seleção.

Casemiro, the game’s only scorer. Marco Djurica/Reuters

Other qualifiers for the day: Portugal thanks Bruno Fernandes

Portugal beat Uruguay 2-0 on Monday night thanks to a brace from … Bruno Fernandes. In a lackluster match, the Portuguese playmaker opened the situation with a cross that only Cristiano Ronaldo touched (54th). The goal was well awarded to the current Manchester United player.

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At the end of the match, Bruno Fernandes caused a penalty which he will change because “CR7” is on the bench. 2-0, the break is made (90 + 3). Portugal is guaranteed to watch the round of 16 of the World Cup finals in Qatar. A draw with South Korea (Friday, 4pm) will be enough for Fernando Santos’ men to maintain the lead in this Group H.

Bruno Fernandes after his brace from the penalty spot. Lee Smith / Panoramic

Quote of the day: “Group life is going well”

Two days before the match against Tunisia, Jules Conde appeared at a press conference. The French defender, the defending champion against Denmark, discussed many issues, especially the atmosphere within the France group and the rumors since the departure of Karim Benzema.

Group life is very important, it is going well, Jules Conde says. The generational mix is ​​going really well. Everyone can express themselves, laugh, give advice and share. This necessarily affects the rest and the fact that we are efficient. The group gets along very well outside and shows on the pitch.»

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Today’s hope: Cameroon and Serbia still believe it

An amazing draw between Cameroon and Serbia: 3-3. A result that neither helps nor condemns either team in this Group G.

However, Serbia may have regrets as they were leading 3-1 on the hour mark, in a controlled match. Cameroonians returned to par thanks to two goals in three minutes (63rd place, 66th place).

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Both countries have one point in This group G, But he can still hope to qualify for the round of 16. To qualify, Serbia will have to beat Switzerland. The task seems impossible for Cameroon, which will have to beat Brazil, before considering the result between the Serbs and Switzerland.

Good result of the day: Ghana’s rebound

In a game of ups and downs, Ghana managed to defeat South Korea 3-2 And fully revived in this Group G. The Black Stars then take advantage of a tie in the first game between Uruguay and South Korea to finish second in Group G with three points.

A win over Uruguay (Friday, 4pm) will secure qualification for Ghana. A tie might suffice.

Superman Today: Messages to Convey

Shortly after the end of the first half in the Portugal-Uruguay match, a man burst onto the pitch. This spectator, who was wearing a superhero T-shirt, wanted to send several messages.

recordings “Save Ukraine” And the “Respect for Iranian womenIt was written on the shirt of the man, who waved the rainbow flag, a symbol of the LGBT+ community, on the lawn of Lusail Stadium. Then security stopped him.

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