It is no secret that the FIFA World Cup 2022 taking place in Qatar will kick off on November 20th with an even greater celebration for Local and International football fans. At MSport, we completely understand how excited Ghanaians are about qualifying for the FIFA World Cup 2022 tournament. In addition to this victory, MSport can guarantee that football fans will enjoy the thrills and excitement that come with winning big with our Super Odds and Free Vouchers for each goal scored by select African Teams.
No African country has ever won the World Cup, and Africans would be overjoyed if they did in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. We will be rallying behind our amazing team that will be competing for the World Cup trophy this December.
With this World Cup, the Ghana National Team have now qualified for the final tournament three times prior to their recent qualification for the 2022 World Cup, and had advanced from the group stages on two occasions. They might not be a star-studded team who will make it all the way to the final, but they will surely be an exciting team. The Black Stars will also get a boost from the new European-born players who have joined the squad ahead of the World Cup, including captain Andre Ayew, Thomas Partey, Mohammed Kudus, Daniel Amartey, and Alexander Djiku.
In this World Cup, Ghana has been placed in a difficult Group H consisting of Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea. Anyone who brings up Ghana in the World Cup must remember the heartbreaking elimination at the hands of Uruguay in World Cup 2010. Had Asamoah Gyan scored a last-minute penalty, they would have reached their first-ever World Cup semi-final. So this particular match with Uruguay will be the most exciting one in the group.
Portugal, with their captain Cristiano Ronaldo in his last World Cup, and Uruguay with their leader Luis Suarez, will both get tested, especially by South Korea led by Son Heung-Min, and it will be interesting to see the battle for first and second place in the group. Any team from this group has the potential to finish first, or last, and Ghana will have to be at their best to come out on top.
Ghana is considered a strong team in this World Cup. After suffering a humiliating early exit at the Africa Cup of Nations, manager, Milovan Rajevac was dismissed before their World Cup play-offs. Otto Addo was appointed interim manager, and an-away goals win over Nigeria secured Ghana their place at a fourth World Cup. They may not have the star names of the past like Abedi Pele and Tony Yeboah but perhaps travelling to Qatar without that increased expectation will help them surpass their magical journey back in 2010 at long last.
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In football, our spirit of togetherness during the World Cup and our love for Ghana makes us unique. Let’s support our National Team wholeheartedly and make history in the FIFA World Cup 2022 taking place in Qatar.
FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar Group Fixtures
|20th November||17:00||Qatar vs Ecuador|
|21st November||17:00||Senegal vs Netherlands|
|25th November||14:00||Qatar vs Senegal|
|25th November||17:00||Netherlands vs Ecuador|
|29th November||16:00||Ecuador vs Senegal|
|29th November||16:00||Netherlands vs Qatar|
|21st November||14:00||England vs Iran|
|21st November||20:00||USA vs Wales|
|25th November||11:00||Wales vs Iran|
|25th November||20:00||England vs USA|
|29th November||20:00||Iran vs USA|
|29th November||20:00||Wales vs England|
|22nd November||11:00||Argentina vs Saudi Arabia|
|22nd November||17:00||Mexico vs Poland|
|26th November||14:00||Poland vs Saudi Arabia|
|26th November||20:00||Argentina vs Mexico|
|30th November||20:00||Poland vs Argentina|
|30th November||20:00||Saudi Arabia vs Mexico|
|22nd November||14:00||Denmark vs Tunisia|
|22nd November||20:00||France vs Australia|
|26th November||11:00||Tunisia vs Australia|
|26th November||17:00||France vs Denmark|
|30th November||16:00||Tunisia vs France|
|30th November||16:00||Australia vs Denmark|
|23rd November||14:00||Germany vs Japan|
|23rd November||17:00||Spain vs Costa Rica|
|27th November||11:00||Japan vs Costa Rica|
|27th November||20:00||Spain vs Germany|
|1st December||20:00||Japan vs Spain|
|1st December||20:00||Costa Rica vs Germany|
|23rd November||11:00||Morocco vs Croatia|
|23rd November||20:00||Belgium vs Canada|
|27th November||14:00||Belgium vs Morocco|
|27th November||17:00||Croatia vs Canada|
|01st December||16:00||Canada vs Morocco|
|01st December||16:00||Croatia vs Belgium|
|24th November||11:00||Switzerland vs Cameroon|
|24th November||20:00||Brazil vs Serbia|
|28th November||11:00||Cameroon vs Serbia|
|28th November||17:00||Brazil vs Switzerland|
|02nd December||17:00||Cameroon vs Brazil|
|24th November||14:00||Uruguay vs South Korea|
|24th November||17:00||Portugal vs Ghana|
|28th November||14:00||South Korea vs Ghana|
|28th November||20:00||Portugal vs Uruguay|
|02nd December||17:00||Ghana vs Uruguay|
|02nd December||16:00||South Korea vs Switzerland|