They did come fourth in 2006 but have not gotten past the last 16 since, exiting at that stage in 2010 and 2018 while crashing out in the group in 2014. With superstar Cristiano Ronaldo leading them on the pitch, however, it always feels like Portugal have a shot at glory, and the 37-year-old will feel especially motivated in what may mark his final World Cup. This time around, he and his teammates will have to navigate Group H, first facing Ghana before taking on Uruguay and South Korea. The match against Ghana is also set also mark Ronaldo’s first time competing since Tuesday’s news that he has left Manchester United by mutual consent.
How to use a VPN to watch Portugal vs Ghana on UK TV Choose a VPN. We recommend PIA as it’s a fast and reliable VPN that comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee to give you time to test out the service. Once you have set up an account, download the PIA app onto your device. Turn on the VPN and connect to a server in the UK. Head over to the BBC or ITV to watch a live stream of Portugal vs Ghana. What are Ronaldo’s chances of scoring against Ghana? At the time of writing, LeoVegas has odds of 1. 85 available for Cristiano Ronaldo to score against Ghana.