Ghana and South Korea squared off against each other on November 28, Monday, in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 hosted by Qatar and it was the former, who toiled it hard on the green surface, eventually taking the win away.
The Taegeuk Warriors, on the other hand, were humbled and were made to work hard to create opportunities. With the Black Stars dominating the entire first half, it was difficult for the opponents to make a comeback post conceding 2 goals within the 40-minute mark.
Concerning the goals, Mohammed Salisu and Mohammed Kudus scored the goals for Ghana in the 24th and 34th minute respectively. It was those two who created the opportunities for the team right throughout the initial 45 minutes, impressing the team management and the spectators as well.
While Ghana have fared well in the biggest sporting event so far, South Korea, on the other hand, have had a sepulchral outing and would hope for a miracle, as their dreams of making it to the knockouts looked bleak halfway through the game.
Ghana carry on their emphatic run in FIFA World Cup 2022
Regarding the second half, it was a poised one as South Korea’s Cho Gue-sung eventually managed to open the account in the 58th minute and as well managed to match the lead on the back of a brace from Gue-sung in the 61st minute.
Both teams have enjoyed an emphatic run in the biggest sporting event so far, although South Korea were yet to taste a defeat prior to the start of this match. Much to the stupefaction of the fans from Ghana, the Black Stars youngster Kudus managed to grab a brace to his name in the 68th minute and produced the lead for his country.
Eventually, Ghana emerged victorious in the end and managed to take home the much-needed 3 points, after a hard-fought victory in the ongoing campaign, keeping their dreams of making it through to the next round alive.