South Korea and Ghana met in Group H, and they are all working hard to seek their first victory in the 2022 FIFA World Cup group stage. In the past, the two teams have played against each other 8 times in international competitions and achieved the same result. Ghana, ranked 61 in the world, is the lowest-ranked team in this group stage， but surprisingly scored 2 goals in the first half of the game. Although South Korea rushed to catch up in the second half and evened the game, in the end, Ghana won the tournament with a score of 3-2.
Although South Korea drew 0-0 with Uruguay in the first round, while Ghana lost 2-3 to Portugal, looking closely at the content of the game, Ghana has a very high accuracy of shooting and is more accurate than Asians. On top of that, they also have a physical advantage. The start of the game proved that although Ghana did not have as many shots as South Korea in the whole game, Mohammed Salisu seized the free kick in the 24th minute and opened his personal scoring record in this event. Additionally, in the 34th minute, Mohammed Kudus scored the second goal.
In the second half, South Korea had Cho Gue-sung score the opponent’s goal with two headers within three minutes, once chasing the match to a tie. At the same time, he also set many new records, including being the first person in the Korean team to score 2 goals in a single game in the World Cup, and the first Asian player to break the net twice with headers in a single game in the World Cup.