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  1. Fasho the entire continent was behind this beautiful team?Wish they won that tournament?????Let get it next year Africa???

  2. That match Ghana played against Uruguay hurt a lot of Nigerians. Remember Suarez using his hands to deny ghana that win that would have sent them to Semi- the final. Later seeing Suarez jubilating after being sent off when Gyan missed the penalty even hurts the more. smh

  3. I was born and raised in the states to Ghanaian parents but that day before I got home, I had my face painted with the Ghana flag and told my dad to pick me up early so that we could watch the match. I was like 10 years old, never been to Ghana at that point but I had so much pride and was so excited to cheer on my homeland. I did the same thing for the match against Uruguay. I hope Ghana can make things right at this World Cup, let’s make ourselves and Africa proud ????

  4. That was Amazing!
    2022 FIFA world cup Ghana ?? has been placed last on the list. but with the same passion Ghana will repeat that again to the final…. Football for life???????

  5. I've been watching the WC since '98, and 2010 has been the most amazing one by far. The energy of the fans is going to be difficult to ever be matched…

  6. What about the penalty against Uruguay? oh wait… (Please take no offense, just a joke 🙂 )

  7. Fifa please can you speak about 2022 you do than talking about the past 1990 1998 2010 …

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