Ghana withdrew from the World Cup with Uruguay
Ghana withdrew from the World Cup with Uruguay. Uruguay advanced to the knockout stages with a 2-0 win over Ghana at the Al Zanoob Stadium in Qatar, but were ultimately eliminated from the round of 16. Uruguay faces Ghana on Friday night, December 2, in the fight for survival. Portugal has already entered the last sixteen from Group H.
The former world champions took a 2-0 lead in the first half of this match against Ghana. De Arascayeta scored both goals. Ghana squandered the easiest chance to go ahead in the match when they missed a goal from the penalty spot in the 18th minute. But Andre Ayew’s kick was blocked by the Uruguayan goalkeeper Roche. Later, Suarez scored two goals.
After Ghana’s penalty miss, Uruguay began to play desperately for goals. They could have gone ahead in 23 minutes. De Arascayeta’s shot was completely beaten by the Ghana goalkeeper. But Salisu cleared the ball from the goal line with great skill.
After three minutes, Arakayesta did not lose any more luck. Suarez’s shot from the right was blocked by Ghana goalkeeper Lawrence Ati. But Arakayesta’s head shook the Ghanaian net when he returned.
It didn’t take long for Uruguay to double the lead. They made the score 2-0 in 32 minutes. This time too, it’s the same. He scored with a corner shot due to Suarez’s pushing move.