Portugal Vs Ghana Live Match 26th June, 2014 Highlight Videos
The forty sixth match of the FIFA World Cup 2014 is going to be held between Portugal and Ghana. The Group G match should be quite an interesting contest between the two as this will be the last chance for both the teams to try for a berth in the “group of 16.” Portugal’s 0-4 defeat against Germany turned out to be so expensive that Cristiano Ronaldo’s team would find it extremely difficult to proceed to the next round. Things look pretty improbable but there is still hope for Portugal. In that case, winning this match may still make things possible. Portugal’s goal difference in -4 now, which will be a mountain to climb as the goal difference for the U.S.A is +1. The bigger the win for Germany, the fewer goals Portugal has to score.
On the other hand Ghana, Ghana’s performance has been much better than Portugal. The top ranked African team has played some stunning football. If it manages to win this match with at least 2-goal margin and the U.S.A loses against Germany, no matter how slim the margin is, Ghana will go to the next round. If both teams have the same goal difference, the team which has scored more goals will go ahead. At the moment, the U.S.A has scored 4 goals and Ghana 3. These two teams never played against each other before. It will be a very interested and tough match between both teams. For moiré FIFA World Cup 2014 updates please visit our website LahoriMela.com
Match: Portugal Vs Ghana
Date: 26th June, 2014
Time: 16:00 GMT | 13:00 PKT
Portugal Vs Ghana Squads are:
Eduardo, Bruno Alves, Pepe, Miguel Veloso, Fabio Coentrao, William Carvalho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Joao Moutinho, Hugo Almeida, Vieirinha, Eder, Ruj Patricio, Ricardo Costa, Luis Neto, Rafa Silva, Raul Meirelese, Nani, Silvestere Varela, Andre Almeida, Ruben Amorim, Joao Pereira, Beto, Helder Postiga.
Stephen Adams, Samuel Inkoom, Asamoah Gyan, Daniel Opare, Michael Essien, Afriyie Acquah, Christian Atsu, Emmanuel Agyemang-badu, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Andre Ayew, Sulley Muntari, Adam Kwarasey, Jordan Ayew, Albert Adomah, Rashid Sumaila, Fatu Dauda, Mohammed Rabiu, Majeed Waris, Jonathan Mensah, Kwadwo Asamoah, John Boye, Wakaso Mubarak, Harrison Afful.