Ghana returns to the World Cup
after missing out on the 2018 tournament in Russia, and a disappointing showing in Brazil four years earlier. Can they repeat their historic run from the 2010 competition? Will we finally see an African team make the Semi-Finals?
After a disappointing performance at the Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana will be hoping to turn things around on the biggest sport stage in the world. Being the lowest-ranked national team (61), and being drawn with Portugal and Uruguay in the same group, the Black Stars will truly have to shine if they expect to make it through the group stages of Qatar.
Will the Black Stars of Ghana exact revenge against Uruguay?
In a match that still haunts West Africa, Luis Suarez handled Dominic Adiyiah’s goal-bound effort that would have sent Ghana through to the semifinals. While Suarez was sent off, Asamoah Gyan shot his penalty against the crossbar. La Celeste went on to win the match on penalties. With this in the back of their minds, Coach Otto Addo’s charges will be looking at restoring national pride.
The Black Stars face Portugal on 24th November in their opening game, before facing South Korea on the 28th of November. Their final Group H game comes against Uruguay on 2nd December.
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