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  • Serbia 0-1 Ghana: Gyan penalty-kick

    Ghana achieved positive results in its inaugural match at the World Cup. Against Serbia that ended the match with 10 players, the Black Stars won 1-0 through a penalty goal Asamoah Gyan.

    In a match that held in Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Sunday (06/13/2010) , both Serbia and Ghana are equally balanced in terms of games and chances to score goals. But the glories of the two goalkeepers the opportunity to confront each team

    Twenty minutes walking the first round match, both teams are still playing cautiously and play the ball more in midfield.

    Ghana obtained its first opportunity on 21 minutes through Asamoah Gyan's header to maximize free-kick Kevin Prince Boateng. Unfortunately the ball was wide on the left side Vladimir Stojković nets.

    Aleksandar Kolarov's 28th-minute free kick hard through the still widening at the left goalpost Ghana.

    In the 40th minute Milan Jovanovic acceleration on the left wing was stopped by a Ghana defender and then he passes the ball to Dejan Stankovic. Stankovic fired hard but can still be secured Richard Kingson.

    The game entered the 54th minute to earn the best Ghana after crossing Prince Tagoe meet Dede Ayew in the pole away and greeted Ayew header. The ball is still thin on the right side off Stojković wicket.

    At 61 minutes long throw in John Pantsil see Gyan air duel with Vidic and capable of heading the ball which unfortunately still has not met targets.

    Serbia must play with ten men in the 73rd minute after Aleksandar Lukovic after receiving two yellow cards against one of Ghana's players.

    In the 79th minute Serbian obtain best opportunities through hard kick at close range Miroslav Krasic who could still ignored Kingson. And two minutes after kick Branislav Ivanovic is still hovering above the thin ruler.

    Five before the game was over Ghana a penalty awarded after handsball Zdrako Kuzmanovic. Gyan who became executor of success to the nets netted Stojković.

    In the injury time almost doubling the advantage Gyan suppose kick the ball inside the penalty box did not hit the pole in the wicket Stojković.

    Team Line-up:

    Serbia: 1-Vladimir Stojković; 6-Branislav Ivanovic, Nemanja Vidic, 5, 13-Aleksandar Lukovic, 3-Aleksandar Kolarov, 17-Milos Krasic, 10-Dejan Stankovic, 11-Nenad Milijas (Kuzmanovic 62 '), 14-Milan Jovanovic (Subotic 76 '), 15-Nikola Zigic (Lazovic 69'), 9-Marko Pantelic.

    Ghana: 22-Richard Kingson; 4-John Pantsil, 5-John Mensah, 15-Isaac Vorsah, 2-Hans Sarpei, 6-Anthony Annan, 21, Kwadwo Asamoah, 13-Dede Ayew, 23-Kevin-Prince Boateng (Lee Ady 90 '); three-Asamoah Gyan (Owusu-Abeyie 91'), 12-Prince Tagoe.


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