FIFA World Cup: South Korea coach Paulo Bento shown red card; Ghana wins

Down 2-0, Cho Geu-sung scored both of South Korea’s goals about three minutes apart early in the second half to even the game at 2-2.

Mohammed Kudus Ghana vs South Korea FIFA World Cup 2022
Ghana's Mohammed Kudus scored a brace against South Korea in their FIFA World Cup 2022 game on Monday (November 28) in Doha. Photo: Twitter/FIFA

Mohammed Kudus scored twice, including the go-ahead goal after South Korea evened the match in the second half, and Ghana staved off elimination at the FIFA World Cup 2022 with a 3-2 victory on Monday (November 28).

Mohammed Salisu also scored for the Black Stars, who lost their opening match against Portugal and were in need of points for a chance to reach the knockout round in Qatar.

Also read: Full coverage of FIFA World Cup 2022

Down 2-0, Cho Geu-sung scored both of South Korea’s goals about three minutes apart early in the second half to even the game at 2-2.

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South Korea forward Son Heung-min remained without a goal in Qatar. The Tottenham forward wore a mask to protect a broken left eye socket he sustained in a Champions League game against Marseille earlier this month.

South Korea’s head coach Paulo Bento was shown a red card in the stoppage time (90+11) for protesting.

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