Ghana beat South Korea 3-2 at the Education City Stadium, Qatar, on Monday in a
game that increases their hopes of qualifying to the round of 16 .
Mohammed Salisu and Mohammed Kudus gave the Black Stars a 2-0 half time lead
but a brace from Cho Gue-sung brought South Korea level.
With the game level at 2-2, Kudus then came to snatch what turned out to be the
winning goal in the rollercoaster Group H clash.
The Black Stars needed to avoid defeat to avoid an early elimination.
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Despite pressure from South Korea, Ghana held on to record their first World Cup win
since reaching the quarter-finals in 2010, setting up a tantalizing final group game
against Uruguay the same side that knocked them out 12 years ago in controversial
fashion after Asamoah Gyan missed his infamous penalty