Portugal v Mexico tips include Ronaldo wincast
FootyOn give their Portugal v Mexico tips from Confederations Cup Group A and a Cristiano Ronaldo wincast appeals.
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The head-to-head history reads two wins for the Navigators by a single goal margin, including during the 2006 World Cup group stage.
El Tri are also in-form, though, and have their own former Manchester United attacking favourite in Javier Hernandez.
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Real Madrid and Portuguese superstar Ronaldo is simply unplayable at his best and boasts some frightening stats on international duty.
The Portugal captain has netted a dozen goals in his last six caps for Fernando Santos’ side.
With the opposing Aztecs still relying on 38-year-old skipper Rafael Marquez as a key component of their spine, it is highly unlikely they will keep Ronaldo out.
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Ronaldo to score two or more
It will hardly surprise punters to learn Ronaldo is his country’s record goalscorer, having surpassed Pauleta some time ago.
With three braces in his last four caps, we are certainly seeing the Navigators’ star man at his best.
That is irrepressible form, and Ronaldo is now up against a Mexican side which has conceded six goals in their last four games, keeping just one clean sheet.
Portugal to lead at half-time
And finally, the Navgiators have been starting superbly of late.
Whether Ronaldo has figured or not, Portugal have gone in ahead in each of their last seven internationals.
That shows Santos has the right blend of youth and experience still.
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