Black Stars would “take revenge” after joining the same group as Uruguay in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.


 President Kurt Okraku said the Black Stars would “take revenge” after joining the same group as Uruguay in the Qatar 2022 World Cup. 



Ghana lost to Uruguay on penalties in South Africa after Asamoah Gyan lose the ball in overtime. It's been a while since Luis Suárez was sent off for hand balling. “We believe it's time for revenge,” Kurt Okraku told BBC Sports Africa. “We thought we definitely won the game, but to save Suarez. Certainly, very interesting to see them again with good memories. 




It's significant for all of us to set a record." Striker Suarez, 35, now plays for Atlético Madrid after games with Liverpool and Barcelona, ​​but is still Uruguay's two-time world champion, but Ghana may not have survived 12 years ago.

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