Joao Felix after saving Portugal against Ghana and ‘fulfilling his childhood dream’: My mother must have had a stroke | Football

Joao Felix put his mark on the last two goals of Portugal in its difficult victory over Ghana 3-2, at the start of the two teams’ campaign in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, so the lights shone on him and international newspaper reporters gathered around him to seize his statements after the match.

Felix scored the second goal for Portugal and set up the third for Rafael Leao, after Cristiano Ronaldo opened the team’s goals.

Al-Jazeera Net was among those present, and Felix said, in response to a question about his first goal in the World Cup, “Scoring in my first World Cup match was a childhood dream that came true. I feel very comfortable and happy. I always try to help the club, and here is my country’s national team. People think I make it easy ( On my team on the pitch) and it’s not real. I always do my job and do my best to make our fans happy.”

The Atletico Madrid striker described scoring in the World Cup: “It’s a moment of great joy. I only remember my family and friends. I thought about them. I thought to myself, my mother must have had a stroke. I dedicate the goal to all of them. All the teams in the World Cup are strong and there are no easy games.” But we have to make it easy.”

With this victory, Portugal topped Group H with 3 points, behind South Korea and Uruguay, each with a point from their tie together, and finally Ghana comes without any points.

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