World Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo named in the worst team of group stage
Portugal captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, has been named in the worst team of the 2022 World Cup group stages.
Ronaldo was listed alongside four Qatar players.
The 37-year-old started every match but struggled to make an impact, scoring only once – a controversial penalty.
Sofascore, announcing their worst side for the group stages, put Ronaldo upfront with an average rating of 6.37 across his three matches.
Only players who had played 60% of minutes across the group phase were eligible.
Meshaal Barsham was the lowest-rated goalkeeper, scoring an average of 6.10 for his two performances, in which he conceded five times.
The two centre-backs are from Costa Rica, with Francisco Calvo (6.25) and Oscar Duarte (6.30) forming the partnership in the middle.