In Group H today Portugal and Ghana face off. SPOX ticks the whole game live.
Portugal – Ghana -:-
|Lineup Portugal||Diogo Costa – Cancelo, Danilo Pereira, Ruben Dias, Guerreiro – Ruben Neves, Bruno Fernandes, Otavio – Bernardo Silva, Ronaldo, Joao Felix|
|Lineup Ghana||Ati Zigi – Djiku, Salisu, Amartey, Seidu, Baba – Abdul Samed, Thomas, Kudus, A. Ayew – I. Williams|
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Portugal vs. Ghana: Group game at the 2022 World Cup NOW in the live ticker – before the start
Before start: At least as an aside, one should perhaps mention the result from the first game in this group. The encounter between Uruguay and South Korea remained goalless.
Before start: Let’s take a look at the team of referees coming from the USA today. Gamemaster is Elfath Ismail, Kyle Atkins and Corey Parker are on the lines. Fourth official is Stephanie Frappart. You may already know the French as the game director of Champions League games.
Before start: Something special about the team from Africa: Inaki Williams, whose brother Nico has already played at this World Cup, is playing for Ghana. It wears the Spanish colors. Something special about the team from Europe: CR7 could become the first player in the history of the universe today to score goals in five different World Cup tournaments. At the moment he still has to share the record with Pele, Uwe Seeler and Miro Klose, who, as you can probably guess from the previous text, each scored in four tournaments.
Before start: The best-known man among the Ghanaians, at least in German-speaking countries, is probably their coach, especially from his time as an active player at BVB. Otto Addo is still active as an assistant coach for Dortmund, the Hamburg national team is only in charge of the Ghanaian national team for a short time. After the World Cup, Addo returns to Dortmund. He took over his post before the important playoff games against Nigeria.
Before start: It is a mistake to reduce Portugal to their most famous player with the number ‘7’, who will play in his last world tournament. And is currently looking for a new employer. His fellow players are certainly not no-names. The employers of Cristiano Ronaldo’s team-mates include top clubs from all over Europe. At the tournament in Qatar, the Portuguese are among the favorites, even if the last two tournaments (WM, EM) were rather disappointing, losing in the round of 16. Coach Fernando Santos agrees, saying you go to Qatar to win.
Before start: In Africa the way is a bit different. The Ghanaians had to enter only in the second round of qualification, prevailing in a group with South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia. The ten group winners then played out Africa’s five starting places in five direct duels. Ghana met Nigeria (0-0, 1-1) and qualified for Qatar on away goals.
Before start: First, let’s look at the path that led the two teams to Qatar. And start with Portugal. Portugal – in a group with Serbia, Ireland, Luxembourg and Azerbaijan – just missed out on direct qualification on the final day after a home defeat against Serbia (1-2). So it was off to the playoffs, where first Turkey (3-1) were eliminated before a win over North Macedonia (2-0) finally paved the way to Qatar.
Before start: The starting eleven in the last test against Switzerland (2-0) was pretty close. There is a change in defense with Djuku for Lamptey. In addition, Partey starts in midfield for Kudus. And for midfielder Barnieh, Kudus starts as a forward alongside Williams.
Before start: Otto Addo starts the Black Stars like this: Ati Zigi – Djiku, Salisu, Amartey, Seidu, Baba – Abdul Samed, Thomas, Kudus, A. Ayew – I. Williams.
Before start: Compared to the last friendly against Nigeria (4-0), this is probably the starting line-up that Santos is firmly planning. That explains the numerous changes. Of the eleven against Nigeria, only Dias remained in defense, Neves starts in midfield for Carvalho and, of course, Ronaldo, who was represented by Andre Silva against Nigeria, starts. Costa is in for Rui Patricio between the posts.
Before start: This is how Fernando Santos lets the Selecao play: Diogo Costa – Cancelo, Danilo Pereira, Ruben Dias, Guerreiro – Ruben Neves, Bruno Fernandes, Otavio – Bernardo Silva, Ronaldo, Joao Felix.
Before start: The first day of the preliminary round is slowly coming to an end. Two games are left. The final point in Group H is the game Portugal vs. Ghana. Last chance for the African continent to score a three-pointer on matchday one. Let’s look at the lineups.
Before start: Even before the World Cup, Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo was the number one topic in the football world. The reason for this was his interview with Piers Morgan, in which he was harsh on Manchester United, the club he recently parted ways with. So there is not much talk about sport at the moment, but that will change today when the 2016 European champions meet Ghana.
Before start: The Group H match will kick off at 5pm and will be played at Stadium 974 in Doha.
Before start: Welcome to the World Cup group match between Portugal and Ghana.
Portugal vs. Ghana: Group game at the 2022 World Cup today on TV and live stream
There are two ways to follow the game live and in full length. That ZDF broadcasts the whole game on free TV and in the free live stream zdf.de. Oliver Schmidt comments on what is happening in the game.
The second provider that takes care of the transmission is MagentaTV. All games during the tournament can be seen on the pay TV station for a fee-based subscription.
Portugal vs. Ghana: World Cup 2022 Group Match – Official Lineups
- Portugal: Diogo Costa – Cancelo, Danilo Pereira, Ruben Dias, Guerreiro – Ruben Neves, Bruno Fernandes, Otavio – Bernardo Silva, Ronaldo, Joao Felix
- Ghana: Ati Zigi – Djiku, Salisu, Amartey, Seidu, Baba – Abdul Samed, Thomas, Kudus, A. Ayew – I. Williams
World Cup 2022: The Group H fixture list
|date||time||Team A||Team B|
|November 24th||14 o’clock||Uruguay||South Korea|
|November 24th||17 o’clock||Portugal||Ghana|
|November 28th||14 o’clock||South Korea||Ghana|
|November 28th||8 p.m||Portugal||Uruguay|
|December 02||4 p.m||South Korea||Portugal|
|December 02||4 p.m||Ghana||Uruguay|