Ghana and Portugal waved goodbye to the world cup - Brazil World Cup 2014
Ghana and Portugal head to the World Cup 2014 exit by leaving the two qualifying places in Group G to Germany and United States. Nevertheless, both Ghana and Portugal have delivered some exceptional performances in their games to the entire excitement of football enthusiasts along with gamblers who wager on online sports betting sites. Ghana managed to perform well despite their 2-1 score defeat against Portugal including many other concerns before the meeting. In fact, the Ghanaian team was subject to numbers of controversies before the match, ranging from bonuses issues to training boycott and the exclusion of Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari. Despite these internal problems, the Black Stars gave their best facing Cristiano Ronaldos Portugal in their last Group G game.
Asamoah Gyan was the star of the day as he was crowned best African scorer in World Cup history with six goals; he beat Roger Millas four goals. Asamoah was known for his jubilees goals with his Makossa-styled shots crossing goal box. Thursday night, Portugal opened the scoring with John Boye in 31st minute. Then Asamoah Gyan successfully tied the game in 57th minute. But Cristiano Ronaldo, an ever-shining star of online sports betting fans, saved the honor of his team by adding one more in 80th minute following a missed clearance by Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda. Ghana thus leaves the world cup by letting Brazil occupy the first place in Group G, falling to USA (1-2) and Portugal (1-2) regardless of their 2-2 draw against Germany.
Monday, 30 June 2014
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