Ghana defeats South Korea in the World Cup Qatar 2022 | News

If in the first game of the day of the Qatar 2022 World Cup this Monday there was a screaming game between Cameroon and Serbia, who drew three goals, the second is not far behind, between South Korea against Ghana, who the African squad won 3-2.

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While the South Koreans remain with one point in the Group F standings, the Ghanaians added their first three points in the tournament at the end of the second date in a fairly complex and interesting match, the two teams showed a great level during the 90s minutes of engagement.

Ghana came out to put pressure on their rival during the first 45 minutes, being incisive with each pass they sent to Mohammed Kudus to open the scoring, but South Korea closed the spaces and did not allow it to arrive clearly.

At minute 24, the scoring opened through Mohamed Salisu Abdul Karim, the Ghanaians took the lead, after a cross from André Ayew the ball bounced off the danger zone and center-back Salisu finished off on direct goal to make it 0-1.

The Ghanaian team kept the pressure on the ball and sought to increase the score, but South Korea, in the few options it generated during the first minutes, was not accurate in its shots on goal.

At minute 34 the second goal fell after an overflow on the left wing by Ayew and Mohammed Kudus stood out from the defensive back and first scored 0-2.

At minute 37 South Korea tried to discount the score after a shot from Choe Gue-Sung but the shot went over the crossbar and with the score in favor of the Ghanaians they went to halftime.

In the complementary part, South Korea balanced the actions of the match and after the variants that the South Koreans made worked for him in his tactical scheme Kang-in Lee recovered a ball near the danger zone at the start of Ghana and took out a center midfielder so that Cho Gue-Sung headed the ball and sent it into the back of the net to discount the score.

A minute after the 61st the tie came, after an error in the departure of Ghana on the left wing that Jin-Su Kim took advantage of who sent a light cross so that Cho Gue-Sung equalized the score at Education City.

But Ghana did not give up and at 68 the third goal came for the Ghanaians when a cross from the left failed to finish it off Iñaki Williams but the ball reached Kudus, who defined the cross to sentence the actions of the commitment and give the first victory to Ghana at the 2022 World Cup.

On the last date Ghana will face Uruguay, meanwhile South Korea will face Portugal in a unified schedule.