DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Another game, another personal milestone. For all the turmoil that has surrounded Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of what is likely to be his final World Cup, the Portugal great continues make his mark. On Thursday he became the first man to score in five World Cups. Earlier this season he registered the 700th club goal of his career. Not bad for a 37-year-old, who doesn’t know where he will be playing beyond Qatar after having his Manchester United contract terminated in the wake of
Swindon midfielder Williams filmed the famous video of Wales players celebrating England's Euro 2016 exit to minnows Iceland. The video was subsequently leaked on social media, sparking outrage among many England fans that another home nation should celebrate them being knocked out of a major tournament.
Wales must beat England in their final group game in Doha on Tuesday to have any hope of making the knockout stages of the competition. Failing that, Wales could guarantee second spot by beating England by a four-goal margin, but they have never achieved that in over 100 games between the two countries. Robert Page's side have drawn 1-1 with the USA and lost 2-0 to Iran at the World Cup, with their only goal being a penalty from skipper Gareth Bale.