Ghana completed a dramatic comeback from an opening defeat to Portugal by beating South Korea 3-2.
An excellent victory was secured by Mohammed Kudus, who scored two of three Ghanaian goals thanks to crosses from teammates Jordan and Inaki.
The Ghanaian manager Otto Addo was this time on the right side of an officiating row, after complaining about decisions made during Thursday's match against Portugal. Addo watched on as South Korean manager Paul Bento was given a red card for an outburst at referee Anthony Taylor.
Addo's defence struggled through 10 minutes of extra time before the South Korean team were awarded another corner, with Taylor blowing the whistle before they could take it. Addo and his team directed their fury at the referee whilst the Ghanaian's celebrated their first win of the tournament.
Ghana World Cup 2022 squad
Goalkeepers: Ibraham Danlad, Abdul Manaf Nurudeen, Lawrence Ati Zigi
Defenders: Denis Odoi, Tariq Lamptey, Alidu Seidu, Abdul-Rahman Baba, Gideon Mensah, Alexander Djiku, Mohammed Salisu, Daniel Amartey, Joseph Aidoo
Midfielders: Thomas Partey, Elisha Owusu, Salis Abdul Samed, Andre Ayew, Mohammed Kudus, Daniel-Kofi Kyereh
Strikers: Jordan Ayew, Kamaldeen Sulemana, Issahaku Abdul Fatawu, Osman Bukari, Kamal Sowah, Inaki Williams, Antoine Semenyo, Daniel Barnieh Afriyie
Who is Ghana's star man?
Mohammed Kudus was targeted for a move to Everton during the summer transfer window, with a rumoured £13m price tag. Unwilling to let the midfielder leave after Antony's departure for Manchester United, Ajax demurred, which proved a uniquely wise decision by the Dutch club. In Ghana's defeat to Portugal Kudus was the highest rated player by Telegraph Sport readers.
What are Ghana's results and fixtures?
November 24: Portugal 3 Ghana 2
November 28: Ghana 3 South Korea 2
December 2: Ghana vs Uruguay
What is Ghana's World Cup record?
Ghana qualified for the World Cup finals in 2006, 2010, and 2014, achieving their highest finish in South Africa. The Black Stars played Uruguay in the quarter-finals, and were widely considered to have been hoodwinked out of a matchwinner by Luis Suarez handling the ball on the goal line.
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Ghana are currently a best price of 500/1 to win the World Cup.