- Portugal and Ghana was played at the Stadium 974
- Ronaldo’s goal was equalized by Andre Ayew
- Cristiano Ronaldo passed up a couple of significant opportunities
On Thursday, a Group H encounter between Portugal and Ghana was played at the Stadium 974. Portugal prevailed, 3-2, thanks in part to a goal scored by Cristiano Ronaldo. As a result of Ronaldo’s successful penalty kick and subsequent conversion, he became the first male player in World Cup history to score at five different tournaments.
However, Portugal’s happiness did not last long when Ghana’s Andre Ayew scored an equalizer for his team. In the Group H match between Portugal and Ghana that took place at the Stadium 974, Ronaldo’s goal was equalized by Andre Ayew, and then Rafael Leao and Joao Felix scored in rapid succession to put Portugal ahead by a score of 3-1.
However, Ghana scored a goal to cut the score differential in half, making the final minutes of the game extremely tense.
In the early stages of the first half, Cristiano Ronaldo passed up a couple of significant opportunities, but he was finally able to put his team in the lead with a goal from the penalty spot just after the hour mark.
As a result of the goal, Portugal will try their best to capitalize on the momentum they have gained moving forward.
They monopolized possession, but they were unable to accomplish very more with it. Ghana, on the other hand, did a good job defending, but once they gained possession of the ball, they were unable to keep hold of it for an extended period of time.
This was due in part to the intensity of the Portuguese team’s pressing, but also to careless passes made by Ghana’s players.
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