- Mohammed Kudus was on target twice at the 2022 World Cup in Ghana's 3-2 win against South Korea
- While his first goal was a simple header from close range, it came as a result of patient build-up from the four-time African champions
- The Black Stars pieced together a fluid 31-pass move lasting 95 seconds which resulted in the Ajax star scoring his first goal of the afternoon
Ghana head into the final World Cup group matches with a real statement of intent by defeating South Korea 3-2 on Monday afternoon in Al Rayyan.
And if the scoreline wasn't ominous enough, Otto Addo's side have now started conjuring up goals involving 31-pass moves involving almost the entire team.
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Mohammed Kudus' first of a double for the four-time African champions - after 34 minutes at the Education City stadium - may have been a header from close range but it was the culmination of a patient string of passes.
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It has surpassed the previous highest of 14, which was scored by Andre Ayew against the United States in 2014.
Ghana will next face Uruguay in a cliffhanger on Friday as they eye a place in the last 16 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The four-time African champions have only failed to make it beyond the group stage once, reaching the round of 16 and the quarter-finals in 2006 and 2010.
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The Ajax star scored twice to help Ghana to a 3-2 victory at the Education City stadium in Al Rayyan on Monday afternoon.
The 22-year-old gave Ghana a two goal lead before half time after connecting to a Jordan Ayew cross before smashing home the winner following a pass from Gideon Mensah, which was first missed by Inaki Williams.
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Sports Brief earlier reported that Ghana entered the history books after they kept their World Cup hopes alive, following an incredible first-half display against South Korea in their second Group H game.
The Black Stars, who needed to make a statement after an opening-day defeat to Portugal, scored two first goals to take a comfortable 2-0 lead against their Asian opponents.
Ghana recorded their first win of the 2022 FIFA World Cup after they defeated South Korea 3-2 on Monday, November 28. Mohammed Salisu’s 24th-minute goal and Mohammed Kudus’ 34th-minute strike ensured Ghana has now scored in seven consecutive World Cup matches.
Source: Sports Brief News