FIFA World Cup 2022
FIFA World Cup 2022 South Korea vs Ghana Live Updates: South Korea 0-2 Ghana
Defender Mohammed Salisu and midfielder Mohammed Kudus gave Ghana a surprise 2-0 lead over South Korea at halftime in Monday’s Group H match as the African nation bid to keep their World Cup hopes alive. Against the run of play, Ghana went ahead in the 24th minute when Salisu struck from close range after South Korea failed to clear a free kick and 10 minutes later Kudus doubled the lead with a glancing header
HT – Ghana lead Korea 2-0 at the halftime break
Defender Mohammed Salisu and midfielder Mohammed Kudus gave Ghana a surprise 2-0 lead over South Korea at halftime in Monday’s Group H match as the African nation bid to keep their World Cup hopes alive. Against the run of play, Ghana went ahead in the 24th minute when Salisu struck from close range after South Korea failed to clear a free kick and 10 minutes later Kudus doubled the lead with a glancing header. Playing in a black mask, South Korea captain Son Heung-min failed to make much impact and scuffed an attempted overhead kick.
24′ – GOAL!!! Mohammed Salisu scores to put Ghana in the lead. VAR check on for a handball. Goal stands. Ghana celebrate again.
Salisu broke the deadlock at Education City stadium to give Ghana the lead. Ayew delivered a dangerous cross into the box and South Korea defenders failed to clear it. Salisu was the quickest to react and fired home with his left foot from a close range. Ghan converted their first attempt into a goal.
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World Cup host nation Qatar has been eliminated from the tournament, less than a week after it launched the first version of football’s biggest event in the Middle East.
On day six of the World Cup, Qatar lost 3-1 to Senegal in its second straight defeat at the tournament. Its exit was confirmed a few hours later when Netherlands and Ecuador drew 1-1 in the other Group A game.
Senegal 3, Qatar 1
With World Cup futures on the line, the footballing stakes could hardly have been higher for hosts Qatar and African champions Senegal.
Qatar’s opening-night nerves were nowhere to be seen as they quickly got to grips with Senegal and should have had a penalty when Senegal’s Ismaila Sarr bundled over Akram Afif, but Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz waved away their pleas and the VAR (video-assisted referee) did not intervene.
With Qatar defending well, it was going to take either a moment of magic or a catastrophic mistake for Senegal to break the deadlock. Unfortunately for Qatar defender Boualem Khoukhi, it turned out to be the latter.
His attempt to clear a routine low pass into the box by Senegal’s Krepin Diatta went disastrously wrong as he fluffed his clearance, allowing Boulaye Dia to pounce and rattle home the opening goal just before the break
It got worse for Qatar early in the second half, with Famara Diedhiou doubling Senegal’s advantage with a brilliant glancing header from an Ismail Jakobs corner in the 48th minute.
It was a cue for the home team to play their best football of the tournament so far.
Mohammed Muntari reduced the deficit in the 78th minute with a first-ever goal for Qatar at a World Cup but Senegal were unruffled as they continued to out-muscle their opponents in midfield.
Six minutes after Muntari’s strike, Bamba Dieng swept home a pass from fellow substitute Iliman Ndiaye for the African side’s third goal of the match.
That consigned Qatar to the bottom of Group A with no points, while Netherlands and Ecuador have four points and the Senegalese three.
Iran 2, Wales 0
Iran recovered from their thrashing by England with a superb 2-0 win over Wales, leaving their World Cup destiny in their own hands.
FIFA World Cup 2022 will be organized from 21 November 2022 to 18 December 2022 in Qatar as the FIFA World Cup Schedule 2022 is updated below. There are 32 nations ready to compete against each other for the upcoming World Cup. This international men’s football championship is organized in Arab countries for the first time. The first and opening match of the FIFA World Cup will be played on 20 November 2022, at 15:30 at Al Bayt Stadium. The FIFA World Cup final will be played on 18 December 2022 at the Lusail Iconic Stadium. Ticket sales for the FIFA World Cup 2022, to be played in Qatar, was resumed on 27 September at 11.00 CEST, 12.00 noon Doha time (2.30 pm IST). Many fans are excited by this announcement and now buying FIFA world cup 2022 Online tickets.
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