Nov 28, 2022
Ghana picked up a huge 3-2 win against South Korea in Group H of the World Cup on Monday as they fended off a big comeback from their opponents in the second half.
Mohammed Kudus appeared to be the difference-maker. Kudus gave Ghana the lead in the 68th minute of the match after South Korea had put two quick goals on the board to tie the match.
Kudus corralled the ball in the box and was at the right spot at the right time to put the go-ahead score past South Korea goalkeeper Kim Seung-Gyu. It was the second goal of the match for Kudus.
Ghana started the scoring in the 24th minute on a Mohammed Salisu score. It put Ghana ahead 1-0. And 10 minutes later, Kudus would score to give the Black Stars a 2-0 lead going into halftime.
Source: Fox News