Ghana vs Uruguay Head-To-Head Stats, And FIFA World Cup 2022 Prediction. Ghana and Uruguay met each other only once so far. The solitary meeting came during the FIFA World Cup 2010 quarter-final, in what turned out to be a tricky contest.
Both teams had their fair share of chances to go for the kill. However, in the end, the game ended in a draw. The game saw Muntari open the scoring for Ghana national team at the stoppage time of the first half.
However, Uruguay made a terrific comeback in the second half. They found support in the form of Diego Forlán Corazo who scored a goal in the 55th minute. The game was stretched to the extra time where both teams fought extremely hard beyond the bounds of possibility.
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As it turned out, Uruguayan international, Luiz Suarez was sent off at the 120th minute. The intriguing penalty shoot-out happened as both teams tried their maximum best to be sharp and decisive in clutch moments.
Nevertheless, Uruguay was a notch ahead in terms of overall quality of shooting. As a result, they got the better of Ghana by 4-2.
Ghana vs Uruguay Head-to-Head Stats
Total Matches Played – 1
Matches are drawn – 1
Ghana vs Uruguay – Results of the Last Meeting
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Ghana vs Uruguay – Statistics
First Meeting – 2nd July 2010 (Ghana 1: 1 Uruguay) – FIFA World Cup Quarter Final
Final result – Uruguay beat Ghana by 4-2 in the penalty shoot-out
Total Goals scored by Ghana – 1
Total Goals scored by Uruguay – 1
FIFA World Cup 2022 Groups & Match of Ghana and Uruguay
Ghana and Uruguay are in Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, and South Korea- They will face each other on 2nd Dec 2022.
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Ghana vs Uruguay: FIFA 2022 World Cup Prediction
The only meeting between these two teams came in a FIFA World Cup quarter-final in 2010. As we all know, Uruguay came through with flying colors in the penalty shoot-out in a tight battle. However, this time around, we are certain that Uruguay will finish off the game even before the extra time given the strength and core of the team.