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02 July 2018, 04:44 | Pamela Mathis
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It has already begun for Lionel Messi, who was also given his boarding pass for a flight home on Saturday when Argentina fell to a 4-3 defeat vs. France in Kazan - but the two superstars have wholly different issues to consider before making a decision regarding their global future.
The biggest surprise of Uruguay's win over Portugal on Saturday evening wasn't the result and nor was it Cristiano Ronaldo's lack of effect on the game, further than helped Edinson Cavani off the pitch, but it was actually the fact that Uruguay conceded.
The Real Madrid star exited his fourth World Cup in disappointment after two goals from Edinson Cavani saw the Uruguayans advance to the last eight.
The fearless Uruguay go marching on: The South Americans remain "dark-horses" for World Cup glory, but with four wins out of four, conceding just one goal in the process, they simply can not be overlooked.
He had scored just one goal in each of the last two World Cups in South Africa and Brazil, and both came in losing efforts.
Portugal lost 2-1, after briefly equalising in the second half, however, it wasn't their day and they're now headed home. "Usually we also score".
Either side of Suarez's chance, it was all Portugal - from possession, to meaningful possession and scoring chances - and finally, after trailing for almost 50 minutes, they were level after 55 minutes, thanks to Pepe's unmarked header from Raphael Guerreiro's corner kick.
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