Ghana - World Cup 2010

Ghana - World Cup 2010

Ghana 'not cheated out of semis'

URUGUAY coach Oscar Tabarez insisted it was "too harsh" to say Ghana had been cheated out of a place in the World Cup semi-finals.

Uruguay 1 - 1 Ghana: South Americans win 4-2 on penalties

URUGUAY ended Ghana's dream of being the first African team in the World Cup semi-finals last night when they won a penalty shootout 4-2 after their quarter-final finished 1-1 at the end of extra time.

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Ghana aim to do Africa proud, says Muntari

SULLEY MUNTARI wants Ghana's "fantastic adventure" to continue and have the whole of Africa bursting with pride by becoming the first country from that continent to reach a World Cup semi-final.

World Cup daily: Friday 2 July

It's jogo bonito versus total football as Brazil and the Netherlands go head-to-head in the first quarter-final this afternoon, while Africa's last representative, Ghana, face in-form Uruguay in the evening match.

Gyan revelling in spotlight with on-song Ghana

GHANA striker Asamoah Gyan claims he is not surprised to be one of the stars of the World Cup ahead of today's quarter-final with Uruguay in Johannesburg.

World Cup daily: Thursday 1 July, 2010

Germany set for Argentine test while Ghana gear up for Uruguay.

Kingson eyes EPL return

GHANA keeper Richard Kingson is desperate for a chance to prove himself as an English Premier League star.

Ghana full of confidence

COACH Milovan Rajevac is confident Ghana can deal with the pressure of attempting to become the first African side to reach the World Cup semi-finals.

Ghana 2 - 1 USA: Ghana playing for all Africa as they target semi-final berth

GHANA are hoping to ride an historic African wave all the way to the World Cup final.

USA 1 - 2 Ghana: Extra special Ghana fly the flag for Africa

GHANA kept the World Cup flag flying for Africa as they edged out the United States in extra time last night to reach the quarter-final for the first time in their history and provide some welcome relief for the tournament organisers.

Ghana tie would've been even tougher

DAVID JAMES has claimed it would have been harder for England to be facing Ghana in their World Cup last-16 clash than Germany.

USA 1 - 2 Ghana: Joy for Ghana as they defeat USA in extra time

ASAMOAH Gyan kept the African flag flying at the World Cup with a spectacular left-foot strike in extra-time to take Ghana through to their first quarter-final.

Ghana 0 - 1 Germany: Germans emerge top of the pile to set up England clash

GERMANY set up a mouthwatering last-16 clash with England as Mesut Ozil's second-half strike proved the difference against Ghana at Soccer City.

Germans braced for must-win showdown against Ghana

GERMANY coach Joachim Low is revelling in the pressure surrounding his side's crucial World Cup Group D encounter against Ghana tonight.

Ghana target win against Germany

ASAMOAH Gyan believes Ghana must target victory in their final World Cup Group D match against Germany tomorrow, even though a draw will guarantee them a place in the next round.

Ghana 0 - 1 Germany: It's Germany v England once again

GERMANY set up a mouthwatering last-16 clash with England as Mesut Ozil's second-half strike proved the difference against Ghana at Soccer City.

Ghana 1 - 1 Australia: Battling Australia hold on to a point despite dubious red card

GHANA may top Group D while Australia have almost no chance of going beyond it, but it was the Antipodeans who emerged with the real credit from this encounter in the Royal Bafokeng Stadium yesterday.

Ghana 1 - 1 Australia: Black Stars fail to punish ten-man Socceroos

TEN-man Australia kept their slim hopes of qualifying for the next round of the World Cup alive after a dogged second-half display earned them a point against Ghana in Rustenburg.

World Cup: Ghana ready for their final

GHANA'S Kevin-Prince Boateng has likened the World Cup meeting with Australia at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium later today to a Champions League final.

Verbeek sure Australia can advance at Ghana's cost

PIM Verbeek insists he has had more difficult weeks with Australia during his two-and-a-half years in charge and is confident of a strong reaction from his players when they come up against Ghana in their vital World Cup encounter today.

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