Matches

13/06/201017 - WeatherClear
0:1 (0:0)
  • Asamoah GYAN (85' PEN)

Summary

Ghana snatch win as Serbia self-destruct

Ghana emerged deserved winners over Serbia in their Group D opener, although they needed a little help from their opponents and a late penalty to seize the points.

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Coaches

Radomir ANTIC (SRB)
(SRB) Milovan RAJEVAC

Officials

Referee: Hector Walter BALDASSI (ARG)Assistant Referee 1: Ricardo CASAS (ARG)Assistant Referee 2: Hernan MAIDANA (ARG)Fourth official: Subkhiddin MOHD SALLEH (MAS)Fifth official: Jeffrey GEK PHENG (SIN)

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jordan29
29/03/2013 at 00:50
jordan29 (Canada)
it was ghana
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footballfaan
08/07/2010 at 11:38
footballfaan (Hungary)
NICE GHANA NICE ASAMOAH GYAN IS THE BEST FORWARD OF GHANA
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Puro_Vacil
19/06/2010 at 06:38
Puro_Vacil (Canada)
Ghana ... please beat Germany. Come on, shouldn't be tough.
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  • Branislav Ivanovic of Serbia shrugs off Kevin Prince Boateng of Ghana
  • Goalkeeper Richard Kingson of Ghana is covered in water by  teammates as they celebrate their victory
  • John Pantsil of Ghana celebrates their victory running with theflag after match between Serbia and Ghana
  • Milovan Rajevac head coach of Ghana congratulates Kevin Prince Boateng
  • Milovan Rajevac head coach of Ghana
  • Radomir Antic head coach of Serbia looks on

"Of course for me personally in my job this is a great victory but I'm sorry for the Serbian team. Maybe we got lucky, they're a very good team and it's difficult to play against them," Milovan Rajevac, Ghana coach.