Portugal vs Uruguay live stream and how to watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal take on Luis Suarez and Uruguay on Monday at the 2022 World Cup, pitting two of football’s most divisive characters against each other. This is a repeat of the last 16 encounters from four years ago, when an Edinson Cavani brace secured the ultimate football underdog win and sent CR7 to more World Cup woes. Portugal will be desperate for revenge, but the South Americans need a win after a draw. Make sure you know how watch a live stream between Portugal and Uruguay from anywhere (opens in new tab) and all FIFA World Cup 2022 games online for free.

Live stream Portugal vs Uruguay

Dates: Monday, November 28, 2022

Kick-off: 7pm (GMT) / 2pm (EST)

Free live stream: ITVX (opens in new tab)

Look everywhere: ExpressVPN (opens in new tab)

Cristiano Ronaldo broke another record in a career marked by individual brilliance on Thursday by opening the scoring in Portugal’s 3-2 win over Ghana. CR7’s penalty meant the smoothing 37-year-old scored on his fifth tournament, the first male player to do so, in what was a chaotic final half hour. Fernando Santos’ side looked frail defensively and could easily have played out a draw. Central defender Danilo looked particularly nervous and one wonders if the pro-irritating Pepe could return for this encounter, if only to tease Luis Suarez, who is merely a misplaced shoulder by possibly biting someone.

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