Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the Portugal national football team trained on Tuesday in preparation for their next 2018 FIFA World Cup clash against Morocco.

The Real Madrid forward was superb in Portugal's 3-3 draw with Spain on Friday, giving his team the perfect start with a penalty, putting them 2-1 ahead and popping up at the death, cool as you like, to whip home a free kick and complete a magnificent hat-trick.

His three goals against Spain made him the oldest man to score a hat-trick in the World Cup Finals and only the fourth to net in four consecutive global showpiece tournaments.

Portugal is competing in Group B along with Spain, Morocco and Iran, with Morocco having lost 1-0 against Iran on Friday.

Portugal face Morocco, who lost 1-0 to Iran in their opening game.