The Black Stars of Ghana are about to play their game against South Korea in the ongoing world cup in Qatar. The nation is hoping for nothing but victory for the team. The second round of matches is to feature the Korean Republic fighting for a spot in the round of sixteen. The official lineup for the game has not been dropped yet but a possible lineup has been dropped on social media and many people could not stop commenting about it. The possible lineup saw the players in the camp without the Ayew brothers (Dede Ayew and Jordan Ayew).
The possible starting eleven includes Ati Zigi, Mohammed Salisu, Alexander Djiku, Daniel Amartey, Alidu Seidu, Thomas Partey, Salis, Baba Rahman, Mohammed Kudus, Semenyo and Inaki Williams. The players have been lined up in a 3-4-1-2 formation as the Black Stars are seen attacking with two men. The formation is seen to have changed a little bit compared to that of the game against the Portuguese where Ghana was seen defending with five men.
Kindly check out the possible lineup below,
Attention has been brought to the coach's decision to drop Dede Ayew despite his impressive game against Portugal. Jordan Ayew leaves a lot of people talking after Coach Otto Addo made a substitute to bring him into the game resulting in Ghana conceding two goals in a few minutes.
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