Black Stars paid a huge price for the errors they committed in yesterday's game against the Portuguese. The Gallant Black Stars of Ghana started their campaign with a 2-3 loss to Portugal at the Stadium 974.
The Portugese legend Cristiano Ronaldo, opened the deadlock from the penalty spot in the 63rd minutes after he fell to an innocuous challenge by the Ghana's center-back, Mohammed Salisu.
The Ghana fans think the referee should have consulted the VAR because they think the Cristiano Ronaldo dived.
Andre Ayew, the Black Stars captain equalized in the 73rd minute. But fell short after Joao Felix, in the 78th minute , scored after Baba Rahman, in backtracking, failed to stop the ball and exposed the goal keeper Lawrence Ati -Zigi.
Raphael Leao made it 3-1 in 80th minute, however, Ghana fought back and reduced the deficit to 3-2 through substitute, Bukari, but it was too late to rescue the Black Stars from losing.
Inaki Williams made dramatic move which could have the scoreline 3-3 but fell short after slipping.
Despite the loss, some Ghanaian fans are happy for good performance the players exhibited.
The Ghanaians are looking forward to win their next match against South Korea at the Education City Stadium on November 28.
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