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Karma has spoken - Asamoah Gyan

Seeking revenge was the worst thing any Ghanaian would think about, let alone the players on the field.

Going into the World Cup, group H had Uruguay as part of it. No one anticipated such an encounter of decision making that would either prevent both teams from proceeding or one team to go out of the tournament.

It happened as it pleased both teams but more pain inflicted on each side. Ghana sought to win or draw in order to qualify to the next round whiles Uruguay sought to qualify to the next round by nothing less than a win.

Fortunately, a penalty fell to Dede Ayew but like it happened in 2010 in South Africa, the Black Stars continued to squander another penalty against the Uruguayans.

Although, Suarez and his men defeated Ghana, it was "pass no way" this has led the former Black Stars striker, Asamoah Gyan to say that Karma has spoken on behalf of the Black Stars.

"For me, I think karma has spoken" - He told Super Sports panelists after the game.

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