Fifa World Cup: Results and reactions from day nine

Fifa world cup: results and reactions from day nine

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Fifa World Cup: Results and reactions from day nine” – below is their description.

The World Cup 2022 group stages have heated up on day nine as nations scramble for a spot in the last 16.

Cameroon managed to save themselves from being knocked out by securing a 3-3 draw with Serbia in Group G.

In Group E, Portugal beat Uruguay by two goals in Group H to grab a spot in the next stage of the competition.

Ghana defeated South Korea 2-3, while Brazil came up tops against Switzerland with 1-0 at the final whistle.

All eyes will now be fixed on Tuesday (29 November) for the final group stage fixtures.

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