The most anticipated game in the 2022 FIFA WORLD CUP QATAR is the match between Portugal and Ghana. Since this year's world cup is what Ronaldo, one the world best player's and Dede Ayew want to lift for their country's before ending their career as a footballer.
As they begin this clash today, a lot of people are predicting the outcome of the match. Since Ghana was about to Soldier Switzerland in their international friendly match hands down with two goals to nill whiles Switzerland also has beaten Portugal before. Looking at this occurrence, most people are of high spirit that Ghana will score Portugal hands down in their first match.
But Kalyjay has left an image of a score board showing the score for Ghana and Portugal's match. In his post on Twitter, it can been seen boldly that the score goes Ghana 0 and Portugal 2 in the 63rd minutes of the match.
All all waitted patiently for the match, everyone is waiting to see if this will be true.
Photo as Kalyjay posted on Twitter:
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