Ghana will look to find some crucial momentum when they take on South Korea in both sides’ final friendly before the World Cup.
Kwesi Appiah’s Ghana lost 1-0 to the Netherlands in Rotterdam at the end of last month and by the same scoreline to Montenegro in March, meaning they have not won since a friendly against Namibia in January.
Appiah will surely want his team to gain some confidence on Monday when they clash with South Korea in Miami.
“I believe we have the quality, experience and team spirit to go even further (at the World Cup) this time around,” the Dnipro defender said in the lead-up to Monday’s friendly.
Hong Myung-bo’s South Korea are in similarly poor form…
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