"I will give advice to anybody - when Cristiano invites you for lunch, just say no", Evra said.
Asked if he was heading for Daei's record after the match, he said: "I don't care about the records".
"Like all the players at the World Cup, he wants to play every game", Renard said.
"I hope Cristiano Ronaldo will play a great match, we're used to that nearly", Santos said.More news: Arsenal's Second Signing After Wenger Confirmed
More than three decades may have passed since 1986's historic win, but Morocco's team are keeping their fingers crossed, determined to create history again against Portugal. It is true that I am not happy with the performance of my team.
After an inspiring 3-3 draw against Spain a few days back, Portugal are gearing up to face Morocco in their second group stage game.
Iran sit top of the pile as the only Group B team with a win so far, an achievement that sparked widespread celebrations in the streets of Tehran and elsewhere throughout the Islamic republic.
Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has advised against accepting post-training lunch invitations from his ex-teammate Cristiano Ronaldo - as the food will be too healthy and you will end up having to exercise even more.
But this year, at the 2018 World Cup, he has scored three goals from his first four shots.More news: Iraq force accuses U.S. of killing 22 of its fighters in Syria
"Our attitude is to try and make the impossible possible".
The first round at FIFA World Cup 2018 culminated yesterday with stunning upsets pulled off by Senegal and Japan.
Puskas played for both Hungary and Spain in his career, but he scored all of his 84 official goals for the iconic Mighty Magyars. Morocco's performance during the famous clash stunned several global footballers, FIFA, and coaches, including the current head coach of Portugal, Fernando Santos.
It was a great pity to see Egypt nearly self-implode against Russian Federation, but today, we have another continental side on show - Hervé Renard's Morocco.More news: Osako's header lifts Japan past 10-man Colombia