World Cup Daily: Portugal, Brazil look like contenders in tournament debuts
While Uruguay failed to live up to the pre-tournament hype in its 2022 World Cup debut, Brazil and Portugal looked as convincing as any team that's played so far.
Here's everything that happened in the World Cup today and what to watch tomorrow.
Switzerland 1, Cameroon 0Breel Embolo , who was born in Cameroon, scored the game-winner for Switzerland against the Indomitable Lions on Thursday.
Cameroon picking up three points against Switzerland is huge considering who its next two opponents are: Serbia and Brazil.
Both teams picked up points, though, which puts them in a good position going into the final two group stage matches.
Brazil 2, Serbia 0It's incredible that Brazil didn't have more goals than it did against Serbia.
GOAL OF THE DAYForget Goal of the Day; this might be the Goal of the Tournament when it's all said and done.
ASSIST OF THE DAYBruno Fernandes entered the tournament as one of the world's most dangerous setup men — he showed why on Thursday.
The United States' hopes of advancing to the knockout stage would get a nice boost with an Iran win or draw.
A loss would effectively disqualify the host nation from the World Cup.
England vs. United States, 2 p.m.
It will all be decided on Friday, as will the United States' path to the knockout stage.