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Ghana vs Portugal, Starting Lineups and World Cup Open Thread

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Ghana and Portugal battle to see if they can find a way to qualify for the next round. One of them will go home. One prays to move forward.

TV times:

• English language: ESPN2 and WatchESPN
• Spanish language: UniMás, Galavision and Univision online
• Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes or ESPN Deportes+

Starting lineups:

Portugal: Beto, Bruno Alves, Pepe, Miguel Veloso, William Carvalho, Ronaldo (c), Moutinho, Eder, Nani, Amorim, Pereira

Ghana: Dauda, Afful, Asamoah, Mensah, Boye, Badu, Rabui, Dede, Atsu, Warris, Gyan

Referee - 

Nawaf SHUKRALLA (Bahrain)

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4 Responses to Ghana vs Portugal, Starting Lineups and World Cup Open Thread

  1. gbewing says:

    Taking into account Ghana’s past WC shenanigans, their reputation, their demand for money be paid before Portugal game, the late night pay off complete with photos odf players kissing money in hotel lobbies, 2 players sent home and you consider how they conceded both goals today should FIFA open an investigation that this game was thrown. This result helped my team but despite all the hand ringing around Suarez when will a nation be banned from WC play based on cheating? Ghana is a loathsome team and should be punished far more than any player.

  2. brn442 says:

    You make very little sense, in fact – you make no sense at all.

    • gbewing says:

      Ghana has thrown WC games in the past, there are books on the subject, the things I listed occurred and the 2 goals were suspect, 1 own goal and 1 strange play by GK – which part don’t you understand?

      • truck says:

        Nonsense – as far as the OG didn’t Gonzalez nearly do something similar in the US/GER game? The Ghana keeper made several big saves – yes he messed up on the Ronaldo goal, but we’ve seen plenty of goalie gaffes in this Cup.

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