It took a half, but Portugal’s offense has arrived in Qatar.
While Ghana’s goal could have set the team up for a 1-1 tie, Portugal quickly turned on the jets to take over the match.
João Félix put Portugal ahead 2-1 in the 78th minute off a beautiful feed from Bruno Fernandes. The Atlético Madrid forward chipped the ball past Ghana goalkeeper Lawrence Ati Zigi.
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Within two minutes, Portugal doubled its lead. The play began with Fernandes once again and this time ended with a Rafael Leão goal from the left side.
Ghana got one more goal in the 89th minute, but Portugal held on for a 3-2 win, putting it atop the Group H standings with three points.