The Serbia national team have been offered €1million to beat Portugal in their last 2022 World Cup qualifier at the Estadio Jose Alvalade, Mirror. The Portuguese side are top of the group with a superior goal-difference and a draw for Cristiano Ronaldo and co will seal their passage to Qatar next year.
Serbia’s juicy offer from their government The Eastern European side have now been offered a huge incentive to beat their rivals on the home soil on Sunday, November 14.
The first leg ended in a 2-2 draw where Ronaldo’s last-minute winner was canceled after the VAR spotted the five-time Ballon d’Or winner in an offside position. It is now a daunting task for Serbia to get past the Portuguese but according news media outlet Cabine Desportiva the team have been offered a huge financial reward.
The reports further stated a deal between the Serbian FA with the country’s government have been brokered. On the other hand, Ronaldo is targeting his 800th career goal after failing to score during Portugal’s last outing against the Republic of Ireland. The 36-year-old had three half chances but could not convert as they settled for a 0-0 shoreline which prolonged chances of qualifying for the World Cup.