We’ll Put Our Lives And Souls On The Line To Win The Match – Luis Suarez Sends Message To Ghana

We'll Put Our Lives And Souls On The Line To Win The Match - Luis Suarez Sends Message To Ghana
Luis Suarez

Uruguay striker Luis Suarez and his teammates has sent a message to Ghana, saying they will put their lives and souls on the line to defeat Ghana and go to the World Cup knockout stage.

The Uruguay team has just one point after playing two games in Group H after drawing 1-1 to South Korea and losing 2-0 to Portugal on Monday November 28 at Lusail Stadium

Meanwhile, Ghana secured a crucial victory, boosting their hopes of qualifying to the round of 16. The Black Stars defeated the Koreans 3-2 to increase their chances of qualifying for the knockout stage.

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To advance to the Round of 16, the four-time African champions must avoid defeat against Uruguay. Even a draw game will give the team a small chance of qualifying unless other opponents are factored in.

However, Luis Suarez has said before to the match, between Ghana-Uruguay that he and his teammates will put their bodies and souls on the line in order to qualify to the next level of the competition.

“We have one point and the final match against Ghana is do and die. We have no option than to win to make our fans happy”

“We are going to put our lives and soul in this last match, Ghana is a good team but we know them, we have beaten them before and we know how to beat them again”

“We have watched their video clips and they have porous defence, we will utilize on that to beat them” he said.

Ghana was denied a World Cup semifinal berth due to a Luis Suarez handball incident in the quarterfinals of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

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The former Liverpool and Barcelona forward saves a goal-bound header from Ghana’s Dominic Adiyiah in the final minute of extra time at Johannesburg’s Soccer City Stadium.

Suarez essentially produced a goalkeeper-worthy save on the line, and he was given a straight red card as a result.

Ghana was also awarded a penalty, but Asamoah Gyan’s 12-yard attempt hit the crossbar, causing Suarez to lose his cool on the sidelines and sending the game into a shootout.

Uruguay won the penalty shootout and advanced to the semifinals, with Luis Suarez praised for his performance on his infamous handball.

In other news, The referee who officiated a game between Ghana and Portugal has expressed remorse for handing Cristiano Ronaldo a penalty.

Ismail Elfath, a Moroccan-born US referee, was criticized after the game for awarding a dubious penalty to the former Manchester United player, who scored the opening goal in Ghana’s 3-2 loss to the European side, becoming the first man to score in five World Cups.

However, in a conversation with Saddick Adams, referee Ismail Elfath expressed his regret and claimed that the penalty was correct because if VAR had believed differently, they would have called him, but they didn’t.

He added that he has been surprised by the criticism, which he admits was unexpected, and that he had taken note of opposing views expressed by renowned officials and pundits.

SOURCE: www.hellovybes.com

Eben Mugeez

Eben Mugeez is a publicist who owns Hello Vybes, covers and publish stories about celebrities, entertainment news in Ghana, Sports, Economic, Business more.

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