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Portugal vs Ghana on 11-24-2022, the 2022 World Cup

 The Portuguese national team, led by its star, Cristiano Ronaldo, sets a fiery date today, Thursday, with his Ghanaian counterpart at the start of the teams’ journey in the group stage of the Qatar World Cup 2022, in the match that brings together the two teams at six in the evening, Stadium 974, in the eighth group competitions.

We review the most important information about the two teams before today’s match:

Portugal national team
Nickname: Navigators
Marketing value: 937 million euros
Coach: Fernando Santos
Most expensive player: Rafael Leao, 85 million euros
The latest FIFA ranking: 9th in the world
He participates for the 7th time in the World Cup

Ghana national team
Nickname: Black Stars
Marketing value: 216 million and 900 thousand euros
Coach: Otto Addo
Most expensive player: Thomas Partey, 38 million euros
The latest FIFA ranking: 61 in the world
He participates for the fourth time in the World Cup
Portugal national team tops the list of the most expensive teams in terms of marketing value in Group H, which includes Portugal, Uruguay, South Korea and Ghana.

The marketing value of the Portugal national team amounts to 937 million euros, according to the global “Transfer Market” website, to surpass Uruguay, which ranks second, while Ghana comes third, and South Korea ranks bottom.
The achievements of the Portuguese national team at the international level are summarized in winning the Euro 2016 title and the European Nations League 2019 under the leadership of veteran coach Fernando Santos.
On the other hand, the Ghana national team list included 26 players, and Thomas Partey, the Arsenal midfielder, came on top of the list, accompanied by several players in the English Premier League, such as Mohamed Salisu of Southampton, and Tariq Lamptey of Brighton, and Inaki Williams, the Spanish star of Athletic Bilbao, also appeared on The head of the offensive line, and the only professional coming from Asia is Andre Ayew, the Qatari star of Al Sadd, and his brother Jordan Ayew.
And in its fourth participation in its history in the World Cup, the Ghanaian national team aspires to repeat the achievement of the 2010 South Africa tournament when it reached the quarter-finals and was just around the corner from being the first African team to reach the semi-finals.