The final draw for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is finally over, and as it stands, the Black Stars of Ghana are going to face Uruguay again for the second time in the history of world cup after meeting back in 2010, which ended in a very sad but dramatic way.
Ghana after beating Nigeria to qualify for the FIFA world cup finds itself in Group H, where they will be facing Uruguay, South Korea as well as former European Champions, Portugals.
The announcement for the final draw came off on Friday, April 1, 2022, and took place at the Doha Exhibition & Conference Centre on Friday, April 1, 2022, in Qatar.
Ghana will be facing former European Champions, Portugal in the opening game of group ‘H’, later on, play the second game with South Korea Republic, and then take on Uruguay for the third game of the tournament.
Check out the table below.
Ghana vs Portugal World Cup
Ghana Black Stars met with Portugal back in the 2014 World Cup in an entertaining match where Portugal claimed a 2-1 victory on the day of July 22, back then they both found themselves in Group G.
Ghana vs Uruguay
Black Stars of Ghana share a very interesting history with Uruguay anytime football is involved, after what happened at the 2021 South Africa FIFA World Cup tournament.
Ghana has since longed for an act of revenge, could this year’s world cup serve them with the revenge they have been seeking?
Asamoah Gyan missed the resulting penalty after Luis Suarez denied Ghana a winning goal in extra time by blocking Dominic Adiyiah’s goal-bound header with his hand. he was red-carded but Uruguay went on to defeat the Black Stars on penalties in a dramatic last-eight match in South Africa.
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