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Uruguay vs Ghana will be a very exciting match. This Group H encounter between  Ghana and Uruguay  will bring back some vivid memories of the  2010 World Cup  in South Africa, where  Ghana  lost to  Uruguay  in part thanks to an illegal handball by Uruguayan striker  Luis Suárez  . Kickoff is scheduled for December 2, 2022 at 16:00 CEST at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar. A very nice game from whichever way you look at it since it is a qualification for the  round of 16.

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Uruguay have been very disappointing so far at Qatar 2022, but they still have another chance to qualify for the round of 16 by beating Ghana.

La Celeste showed that they are capable of great breakaways by winning their last four qualifiers and can come out right again just in time.


Ghana have been involved in a pair of thrilling five goals so far, losing 3-2 to Portugal and then beating South Korea by the same score.

On Monday, the Black Stars led 2-0 at half time through Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu and Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus.

Cho Gue-sung scored twice in three second-half minutes to equalize for South Korea before Kudus scored again for the decider in the 68th minute.

Coach Otto Addo said of the 22-year-old match winner: “He is a good character and a very good player.

«He’s on the right track to be a great, great player, and I have nothing but high praise for him.»

Addo added: “A big congratulations to the team for being so mentally strong and for coming back and scoring the third goal.

“In the end, it was a passionate defense. We were a bit lucky because South Korea put us under a lot of pressure, but our passionate fight was rewarded.»

Ghana have recruited well to bolster a team that seemed to be in decline, with Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey and Athletic Bilbao striker Iñaki Williams two more key figures.


It is true that Uruguay need to improve on their previous efforts in Group H if they are to avoid an early exit for the first time in their last seven finals appearances.

However, drawing 0-0 with South Korea in a cautious opening game is forgivable, and it was no misfortune to go down 2-0 to an upper class side from Portugal.

In that second game, Tottenham midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur was denied by Diogo Costa after dribbling and substitute Maxi Gómez hit the post in the 74th minute when the score was 1–0.

Portugal’s second came from the penalty spot after an unfortunate handball incident and we don’t think it’s right to relinquish La Celeste just yet.

Diego Alonso admitted that Portugal was the better team, but said: “We improved in the second half. Sometimes things don’t work out. We had 11 opportunities, according to the statistics”.

Facing this clash, he declared: “We are going to give everything for the victory. It’s a crucial match.»

Edinson Cavani and Luis Suárez are now 35 and have seen better days, but their experience will come in handy here, along with that of veteran defender Diego Godín.

Darwin Nunez can do much better judging by his early form with Liverpool, while midfielder Federico Valverde delivers regularly in Real Madrid’s big games.

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