Manchester United Legend Reveals How South Korea Can Beat Ghana

Manchester United Legend Reveals How South Korea Can Beat Ghana

  • Former Manchester United star believes South Korea can beat Ghana in their next group game at the World Cup
  • The former South Korea captain has offered an advise to the team on how to beat the four-time African champions
  • The Black Stars lost their opening game against Portugal last Thursday in a highly entertaining game

Former Manchester United midfielder Ji-Sung Park insists South Korea can beat the Black Stars of Ghana if they do two things.

South Korea got off to a good start in the 2022 World Cup after holding two-time world champions Uruguay in their opening Group H clash.

The Asian giants will next face Ghana on Monday, needing a win to enhance their chances of progressing from the group.

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Former Manchester United star Ji-Sung Park has revealed what South Korea can do to beat Ghana. Credit: @FIFAcom @ghanasoccernet
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And according to Park, South Korea would have to dominate the Black Stars in midfield and take their chances.

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"It would have been better if we had 3 points, but it was a very good match because it made us look forward to the next game in terms of performance," he said on Joong Ang as quoted by GHANASoccernet.
"I think we can go far," he added.
"If we make up for two things against Ghana, victory is possible. And from the middle of the second half, the entire line was pushed back by the opponent, but we have to play more actively instead of lowering the line. If so, we can get 3 points in the match against Ghana."

South Korea progressed to the second round four years ago after shocking Germany in their group.

However, they have to beat Ghana and possible get a draw from their last game against Portugal to progress.

Ghana lost their opening game in controversial circumstances against Portugal last Thursday.

South Korea and Uruguay set World Cup record

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Luis Suarez, Darwin Nunez and Heung-Min Son all failed to score as Uruguay and South Korea played out a goalless draw, in their Group H opener at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Diego Godin's header crashed against the post while Federico Valverde saw his thundered long-ranger hit against the woodwork late on for Uruguay, as South Korea held on for a draw. Ronaldo fires warning to Portugal teammates despite win over Ghana Liverpool's Darwin Nunez could not inspire Uruguay to victory against a resilient South Korea team.

However, no team was able to muster a shot on target for the entire duration of the game, becoming the first match in World Cup history not witnessing any shot on target.

Source: Sports Brief News