March 29th International Football Warm-up-Portugal vs Sweden Live Address

March 29th International Football Warm-up: Portugal and Sweden live broadcast address
Beijing time on March 29 at 2:45 am (Portuguese local time March 28 at 20:45 pm), in an international football warm-up match, Portugal played against Sweden at home.  Cristiano Ronaldo’s status as a day-to-day match highlights Portugal’s last four wins: Portugal won the European Cup last summer, which put them on top of Europe.In the first round of the World Cup qualifiers, Portugal lost to Switzerland, but later achieved a four-game winning streak. In the last round, they easily defeated their opponents 3-0, and currently ranks second in the group.In this warm-up match against Sweden, Portugal hopes to be able to run in the stage further and prepare for each subsequent round in a better state.The Swedish Legion played lightly: Sweden beat Belarus 4-0 at home in the European Cup qualifiers of the last World Cup.In the five rounds that have ended, Sweden has a record of 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, ranking second in Group A after France.Although it usually took a step, Sweden still maintained a stable level and its combat effectiveness should not be underestimated.Against the Portuguese team this time, the Nordic Legion in light looks forward to an upset away.Cristiano Ronaldo became the focal point: In the game against California, the Portuguese leader Cristiano Ronaldo performed excellently and scored twice, becoming the team’s top hero.Cristiano Ronaldo’s national team scored 137 times on behalf of Portugal and scored 70 goals, including 9 goals in the last 4 national team matches.This time against Sweden, whether Ronaldo will make his debut and whether he can score even in the field is also worthy of attention.Sweden has a superior record: In the history of international A-level competitions, the two sides have a total of 17 confrontation records. Sweden has 6 wins, 6 draws and 5 losses. It has a slight upper hand and scored 26 goals and lost 18 goals.The last match between the two teams was in the qualifier play-offs of the last World Cup, when Portugal scored 1-0 at home and 3-2 away to Sweden to advance.Expected starting schedule: Portugal (4-3-3): Goalkeeper: Patricio Guards: Cedric, Fonte, Pepe, Guerrero Midfielders: William Carvalho, Joao Mario,Andrey Gomez strikers: Quaresma, Andrey Silva, Ronaldo Sweden (4-3-3): Goalkeeper: Olsen Defenders: Granquist, Jansen, AugustineSen, Lustig midfielders: Ekdal, Silek, Toiwoning Forwards: Berry, Fosberg, Durmas