Ghana suffered their first defeat against Portugal when Cristiano Ronaldo scored an opener from the sport kick. Most Ghanaians are claiming that the penalty was not a legit penalty but a penalty which was given to Ronaldo because of his fame. Also the third goal against Ghana was an offside but the VAR team overlooked it and gave it as a goal. This proves that Ghana was totally robbed during the match if this did not had happened then Ghana probably would have stand a chance of winning the game.
But after Ghana lost against Portugal the Coach Otto Addo but into place new tatics to win against Republic of Korea. The match was a tough one though but Ghana still beat Republic of Korea 3 goal to 2 with Mohammed Kudus scoring a brace to win the man of the match.
For Ghana to qualify to the round of 16 they have to beat Uruguay to establish that motif. Even though Uruguay is a strong team I guess Ghana is well prepared enough to beat them to qualify to the knock out stage
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