Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus must ignite Ghana’s offence if they are to recover from their opening-day loss to Portugal and stay in Qatar.
The finest player for Ghana in their opening game was Kudus, who set up Andrew Ayew for the team’s first goal. It was unexpected to see both players removed soon after they had combined to momentarily tie the game.
Kudus may be given a more advanced role versus South Korea, according to Xinhua, according to Ghana coach Otto Addo, who had to respond to inquiries regarding that selection.
Inaki Williams, a striker for Ghana who came close to a stunning last-second equaliser on Thursday, needs to be given more of the ball.