World Cup diary: Richarlison scores stunner, Wales set for Iran clash

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Everything you need to know if you’re following the World Cup from home. Here’s your daily round-up of results, fixtures and memorable moments.

Thursday’s results

Switzerland 1-0 Cameroon

Uruguay 0-0 South Korea

Portugal 3-2 Ghana

Brazil 2-0 Serbia

All yesterday’s action

Moment of the day

All eyes were on Cristiano Ronaldo in his first since leaving Manchester United in controversial circumstances. The Portugal captain already has a handful of records to his name and he added another as he slammed in a penalty to become the first man to score in five World Cups.

Today’s fixtures and how to watch

Wales v Iran (10am, BBC)

Qatar v Senegal (1pm, BBC)

Netherlands v Ecuador (4pm, STV and STV Player)

England v USA (7pm, STV and STV Player)

One to watch

Wales already have a point on the board after their hard-fought draw with USA in the opening game but hopes of progress are likely to rely on taking something from the Iran match.

Carlos Queiroz’s team took a thumping from England but the two goals they scored in their 6-2 defeat should be a warning that they aren’t without some threat.

England may be heavy favourites to win Group B but this morning’s clash in Ahmad Bin Ali is going to have a huge say in who progresses to the knockout rounds.

Social media reactions:

Safe to say Brazil weren’t feeling the nerves ahead of their opening game against Serbia.

Wales loves a rousing anthem and they are already heating things up ahead of their early start against Iran.

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