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Post-match: Cameroon v Serbia, South Korea v Ghana, Brazil v Switzerland, & Portugal v Uruguay

Bet Recommendations: Cameroon v Serbia, South Korea v Ghana, Brazil v Switzerland, & Portugal v Uruguay

The results of today’s latest WorldCup22 matches are here! Don’t forget that you can watch the World Cup 2022 right here, online, for free.

The rundown: Cameroon vs Serbia

Cameroon escaped tying the World Cup record for the largest margin of defeat against Serbia thanks to a spectacular second-half comeback inspired by Vincent Aboubakar. The veteran attacker entered the game off the sideline with the Indomitable Lions losing 3-1 and facing a tenth straight loss in the competition dating back to 2002.

In the 64th minute, though, Aboubakar lobbed Serbian goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic to make the score 3-2, and two minutes later he set up Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting to score an equalizer with a shot. Cameroon seized the advantage in the 29th minute thanks to a goal by Jean-Charles Castelletto on a flick-on from a corner, avenging their opening-game loss to Switzerland, 1-0.

Even though they lost their first game 2-0 against title favorites Brazil, Serbia came out strong in their second game, scoring twice in the second half of regulation and in overtime. Two minutes later, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic hammered a low left-foot effort into the right corner after Strahinja Pavlovic had scored on a header off a free kick.

Serbia’s lead was extended by Aleksandar Mitrovic, who had already hit the post and missed two more chances before the Fulham striker curled an effort over in the closing minutes.

Player of the game: Vincent Aboubakar

Flipping this gyrating Group G fixture on its head would be a brilliant move. To our knowledge, Aboubakar is the first African player to score and assist in a World Cup match after entering the game as a replacement.

After being benched by Song in the match against Switzerland, Aboubakar finally had his chance to shine. If Cameroon wants to beat Brazil in their championship game, starting him is their best bet.

Cameroon v Serbia final score


Cameroon needed a win to have any hope of advancing to the knockout stage, as they will play Brazil in the last group game on Friday at Stadium 974. At the Lusail Iconic Stadium on Friday, Serbia will play Switzerland in a penalty shootout for a spot in the round of 16.

Everyone on the field is aware that a victory in a decisive match is necessary for either team to go to the knockout round of the World Cup. Feel free to check our complete World Cup 2022 fixtures Singapore time page.

The rundown: South Korea vs Ghana

With a stunning Group H victory, Ghana gave themselves a second chance at the World Cup knockout rounds after holding off a South Korean comeback in the second half. In a 3-2 loss to Portugal, the 2010 quarterfinalists were impressive. They took the lead in the 24th minute when defender Mohammed Salisu stroked home Jordan Ayew’s curling free-kick.

Ayew then curled in another fantastic cross from the left, and Mohammed Kudus scored with the softest of heads 10 minutes later to double Ghana’s lead.

After starting out well with a scoreless tie against Uruguay in the first half, South Korea, who ultimately placed fourth in the 2002 World Cup, responded with two rapid headers from Cho Gue-sung to even the score. Yet in the 68th minute, Kudus scored again for Ghana, the competition’s lowest-ranked team at 61st in the world, by side-footing home Gideon Mensah’s cross.

Player of the game: Mohammed Kudus

With his team leading 2-0 at halftime, Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus found the perfect time to make history for Ghanaian football. Kudus then calmly finished a rebound halfway through the 2nd half to secure a 3-2 victory.

The 22-year-old’s 2 goals made him the youngest African player to score twice in a World Cup match and the first player from Ghana to do it.

South Korea v Ghana final score

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In light of their first tournament victory, Ghana now controls their own fate in terms of making the knockout stages regardless of the outcome of their final match on Friday against Uruguay. For South Korea to advance to the next round, they must win their final group-stage encounter against Portugal on Friday. That’s why you should tune in at our World Cup 2022 free livestream so you don’t miss a beat!

The rundown: Brazil vs Switzerland

Late in the 2nd round of Group G games, Brazil advanced to the round of 16 thanks to a goal from Casemiro, who ultimately proved to be the difference in a game that Switzerland fought valiantly to keep within reach.

Without Neymar, Brazil’s attacking options were severely limited, and the Swiss defense was as resolute as usual. Vinicius Junior had the best opportunity of the first half, but he was denied by Yann Sommer after drifting into position at the far post but failing to properly connect with Raphinha’s cross.

Neither team had an easy time breaking through the other team’s defense, and Switzerland more than stood their own and had glimpses of openings but never truly created a gilt-edged opportunity. At halftime, Brazil substituted Rodrygo for Marcelo, and the two quickly linked up. Vinicius, Rodrygo’s teammate at Real Madrid, then delivered a sublime cross, which Richarlison almost converted.

Seven minutes from time, Vinicius and Rodrygo combined again to create space in the area for Casemiro, whose magnificent half-volley deflected Manuel Akanji on its way past Sommer and into the far post. The South American side would not be denied.

Player of the game: Casemiro

Five-time winners battled for lengthy stretches of the encounter without Neymar, who was sidelined with an ankle injury and unable to play. Group G opponents were resolute in their defensive formation. Seven minutes from time, Casemiro scored on a goal assisted by a slight deflection from Manuel Akanji after latching onto Rodrygo’s clever flick from Vinicius’ pass inside.

Brazil v Switzerland final score


Brazil remains the team favorite based on our World Cup betting odds 2022. Since Serbia and Cameroon played to a dramatic 3-3 draw earlier in the day, Brazil’s two victories out of two matches ensure them a top-two berth, while Switzerland’s three points mean they must win their last group game against Serbia to advance. If Cameroon can’t beat Brazil, a tie will do.

The rundown: Portugal vs Uruguay

In spite of Portugal’s first-half dominance in possession and territory, the team was unable to score a goal. The finest chance they had came when Ronaldo sent an impromptu shoulder pass to William Carvalho, but Carvalho’s effort sailed high and wide.

However, Uruguay had the best chance to take the lead in the first half, when Rodrigo Bentancur picked up the ball inside his own half and drove through the center of the Portugal defense, but he shot straight at Diogo Costa.

When Portugal took the lead in the second half, it was because Joao Felix missed the goal after a quick counterattack put the Portuguese ahead in numbers, but Uruguay didn’t learn its lesson.

In retaliation, Uruguay attempted to increase pressure, with Maxi Gomez tucking against the stand after fine work from peer substitute Facundo Pellestri, followed by Luis Suarez’s shot from just inside the area that went just wide, and Giorgian de Arrascaeta’s attempt that was denied by a diving Costa.

Player of the game: Bruno Fernandes

A logical selection, Fernandes scored twice to send Portugal on to the quarterfinals. In reality, he had four great opportunities to score, but two of them went just wide or hit the post.

Always looking to advance the ball, he was a driving force in Portugal’s offensive efforts. He contributed on defense as well, with two tackles, an interception, and a clearance.

Portugal v Uruguay final score


France, Brazil, and Portugal have all advanced to the round of 16, but Portugal needs a point to top Group H. However, the Africans could still end up third or fourth, behind South Korea and Uruguay, leaving just Ghana as a potential challenger for first place.

The stakes couldn’t be higher for those two teams: victory or elimination. Though sometimes triumphing isn’t enough. If both Uruguay and South Korea win, they’ll tie with four points and be separated by goal differential. However, if Ghana beats Uruguay, South Korea’s win will be meaningless.Our daily post-match recap ends here. Did you know that there is a constant selection of the best World Cup bet offers from Solarbet allowing you to keep rooting for all of your favorite teams?