Very spirited prior to the match against Uruguay as the final Group H game in the 2022 FIFA World Cup for Ghana but tends to be a disappointing moment at the end of the match as they lost by two goals to nil, while settling at the bottom four.
Here is one key thing, we thought the Black Stars missed which caused their progress in the tournament.
For a team looking for a draw as one of their best alternative to a win playing against a side with only a winning motive, a defensive style of play should be ideal.
Three centre-backs and two wing-backs could have stabilized the defence like against Portugal in the first half.
Two centre-backs exposed Ghana's defence against South Korea on set-pieces and the technical team should have known better.
Alexander Djiku paired with Mohammed Salisu and Daniel Amartey, highly works on set pieces.
South Korea defeated Portugal on a 2-1 score-line, and a draw could have saved Ghana from being kicked due to goals.
However, the sad news Uruguay are out same as Ghana although won.
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