On Monday, all eyes will be against Ghana when the Black Stars take on South Korea.
Since Uruguay and South Korea did not score (0-0), the Black Stars remain eligible for the round of 16, despite their current position at the bottom of the table.
After the loss to Portugal, the objective for the Ghanaian defense is to learn and move ahead.
“As the coach said, we must execute our strategy, therefore execute the plan. And I believe it works for us, since things might change in the game. The first half of the game versus Portugal was excellent. We believed that if we opened up a little, we would have more opportunities to go for it. Daniel Amartey said, “I believe that we learn and then go on.”
In Group H, leaders Portugal and Uruguay square off on Monday.
Group G‘s Cameroon against Serbia contest on Monday is another encounter to watch.
Both teams have dropped their initial contests and are eager to advance in the tournament.
Cameroon also is set to have a three-pronged assault with Bryan Mbeumo on the right of striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Karl Toko Ekambi on his left.
On Monday, Group leaders Brazil and Switzerland square off.
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