Ghana fans have been spotted inside the Qatar stadium dancing to the music of Master KG and Burna Boy's Jerusalema ahead of their World Cup clash against Ghana.
The group H opener between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Portuguese national team is expected to be a tough battle considering the pedigrees of these two sides.
Ghana are one of the sides rated to do well at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar going by how they edged the Super Eagles of Nigeria for them to pick the ticket for this year's competition.
According to a video posted by Nigerian reporter, Pooja, who is in Qatar, Ghana fans were seen in joyous mood at the stands.
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Preview of the match
Portugal will not be distracted by the furore surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo as they look to get their World Cup campaign up and running, says Ruben Dias.
Ronaldo insisted no issues have been caused in the squad, despite what seemed a frosty exchange with his now ex-Manchester United team-mate Bruno Fernandes on the latter’s arrival to the team’s training camp.
Prince criticizes Qatar's hosting
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how former Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng descended heavily on organizers of the 2022 FIFA World Cup for neglecting human rights issues.
Boateng failed to make Ghana's squad for the World Cup despite playing actively for Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga.
The German-born Ghanaian works as a columnist for Sport 1 for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
According to Boateng, there is blood on the World Cup and his only interest is in matches involving Germany and Ghana.
Switzerland forward Breel Embolo declines to celebrate after scoring against country of birth at World Cup
Boateng's last appearance for Ghana was at the 2014 World Cup when Ghana faced Germany in the same group.
Embolo declines to celebrate
Sports Brief also reported how Breel Embolo did not celebrate after netting Switzerland's opener, in the game against the country of his birth - Cameroon - at the FIFA World Cup.
The AS Monaco forward was born in Yaoundé, but moved to Switzerland at a very young age with his family.
He ended up opting to play for the European country, despite attempts by the Cameroonian Football Federation to convince him switch nationalities.