Video: Cristiano Ronaldo trains for final World Cup group game against Iran

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Cristiano Ronaldo will be hoping to make a lasting impact during Portugal’s final World Cup group match against Iran on Monday.

Portugal coach Fernando Santos said Ronaldo is getting better with age after the 33-year old’s latest match-winning efforts.

Ronaldo’s hat-trick rescued Portugal in an opening 3-3 draw against Spain before his fourth-minute header clinched a 1-0 win Morocco in Group B.

With his sights set on the next clash against Iran, Ronaldo took part in training.

Watch the full video below.

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Switzerland on the brink of World Cup knockouts after superb come from behind 2-1 win over Serbia

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Switzerland put themselves in a commanding position to qualify from Group E as they came from behind to beat Serbia 2-1.

Aleksandar Mitrovic opened the scoring in no time for Serbia, rising like a salmon to beautifully flick in Dusan Tadic’s expert cross, leaving Yann Sommer stunned in the Swiss goal.

It was a strong performance from the Serbs, but the Swiss reacted in the second half, Granit Xhaka’s stunning strike following a loose ball leveling it up for Vladimir Petkovic’s side.

Serbia seemed keen to settle for a point but the Swiss were having none of it and stole all three points with stoppage time looming, Xherdan Shaqiri running on to a loose ball and scoring stylishly to secure a hard-fought victory that saw them become the first team to come from behind and win at the 2018 World Cup.

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Watch: Germany vs Sweden head-to-head stats

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Germany and Sweden will lock horns on Saturday, in their second group stage game of World Cup 2018.

While Sweden managed to beat South Korea 1-0, thanks to Andreas Granqvist’s converted penalty, Germany were stunned by Mexico as they succumbed to a 1-0 defeat of their own after Hirving Lozano scored the winner.

With three points up for grabs, who do you think will come out on top?

To help you pick a team for Saturday’s clash – here are the head-to-head stats for Germany and Sweden.

Check it out!

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