Otto Addo To Start Ayew Brothers, Baba Rahman Benched – Ghana’s Likely Starting XI Against South Korea

Otto Addo To Start Ayew Brothers, Baba Rahman Benched - Ghana’s Likely Starting XI Against South Korea
Black Stars first xi to face South Korea

The Black Stars completed their final training session ahead to their game versus South Korea on November 27, 2022. 

According to multiple sources from that training, coach Otto Addo is likely to make at least two changes to the lineup that faced Portugal in the tournament’s opening Group H encounter. 

To keep their hopes of qualifying to the next round of the tournament alive, coach Otto Addo must at the least draw with the Koreans, who came into this game with a point from their first match against Uruguay.


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On achieve this feat, Otto Addo could start Jordan Ayew to the left of his brother Andre Ayew, who will join Inaki Williams up front to play 4:3:3.

Baba Rahman struggled against Portugal, and his spot is likely to be taken by Gideon Mensah, who many believe should have started against Portugal. 

There could be changes on the right side of defense, with the more attacking-minded Tariq Lamptey replacing Alidu Seidu, who reportedly suffered a knock against Portugal.

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Salis and Partey will set the backbone of the midfield, with Mohammed Kudus serving as the central attacking midfielder. Jordan and Andre will be the main forwards.

Below is the line predicted line-up of Black Stars Match Against Korea

Lawrence Ati-Zigi, Tariq Lamptey, Gideon Mensah, Daniel Amartey, Inaki Williams, Abdul Samed, Mohammed Salis, Thomas Partey, Mohammed Kudus, Jordan Ayew, Andre Ayew.

SOURCE: Ghanaweb


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