Ghana vs South Korea: Watch Ghana Staff Take Selfie With Teary Heung Min Son After Emphatic World Cup Win

Ghana vs South Korea: Watch Ghana Staff Take Selfie With Teary Heung Min Son After Emphatic World Cup Win

  • A Ghana coach has amused fans online after he decided to take a selfie with a visibly devastated Heung-min Son
  • South Korea had just been beaten by Ghana in a feisty and enthralling World Cup tie at the Education City Stadium
  • The coach was hell-bent on getting his picture, despite tears flowing freely from the Tottenham Hotspur winger

Ghana staff showed their merciless side, as they took a selfie with South Korea star Heung-min Son after their game in Qatar.

The Black Stars and South Korea put on a show in a five-goal thriller, with the former bagging the maximum points to put themselves on course for qualification for the next stage.

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Son Heung-min looks dejected as he is consoled by South Korea Head Coach Paulo Bento at full-time after their game against Ghana. Photo by Marc Atkins.
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Mohamed Salisu and Mohamed Kudus scored first-half goals, but Ghana were pegged pack by a quick-fire double from Gue-Sung Cho.

Kudus then scored the third goal as Ghana picked up their first victory in Qatar. The defeat left South Korea's chances of qualifying in jeopardy, with a clash against Portugal their final group game.

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The Asians had played out to a barren draw with Uruguay in their opening game, while Ghana fell to a 3-2 defeat to Portugal.

Son was clearly devastated after the game and was emotional, but no way the Ghana staff were going to pass on an opportunity to take a picture with the Tottenham Hotspur star.

South Korea will face Portugal in their last game, as Ghana seeks revenge against their 2010 tormentors Uruguay.

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Sports Brief has also reported that Kudus became the first Ghanaian to score two goals in a single World Cup game, as the Black Stars edged out South Korea in a thrilling five-goal affair.

After surviving an early onslaught from the Taegeuk Warriors, the Black Stars weathered the storm and drew first blood through Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu.

The West Africans upped the ante and scored the second through Kudus before half-time. However, a remarkable fightback from the Tigers of Asia in the opening 15 minutes of the second half saw them level the score.