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South Korea Vs Ghana.

South Korea's tenth consecutive World Cup tournament appearance may not have the most exciting opening, but a goalless draw did help to keep their chances of making the knockout phase for just the third time alive. Paulo Bento, the squad's coach, lauded the cohesiveness of his players performance in the match against Uruguay by saying, "We, as coaches, cherish all the elements of the team."

Those comments may have also worked to detract attention from South Korean superstar Son Heung-Min, who had a muted performance while donning a facemask following recent cosmetic surgery. The Taeguk Warriors are aware that qualification is still very much up for grabs, and they have a chance to move up to the top two if they can maintain their 76% winning percentage.

No African country has advanced further than Ghana did in 2010, when they reached the quarterfinals. However, if they can't recover from their opening-game 3-2 loss to Portugal, any hopes of a repeat may be dashed. Following the match, Ghana's manager Otto Addo mockingly praised Portugal, attributing their victory to "special gifts from the referee" in reference to a costly spot-kick decision.

For this prediction: Draw or South Korea to win this match.

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