Ghana maliciously dismantled South Korea 3-2 at Education City Stadium in the World Cup Group H tie to claim 3 vital points. Ghana opened the scores in the 24th minute through Salisu before Kudus combined with Jordan Ayew in the 34th minute to seal a 2-0 lead for the Black Stars at halftime. South Korea scored their first goal in the 58th minute through Cho Gue-Sung after being assisted by Lee Kang-In before Kim Jim Sun assisted Gue Sung to score his 2nd goal in the 61st minute. Ghana rallied for the winner which came in the 68th minute through Kudus who was assisted by Inaki Williams to seal 3 vital points. After the 3-2 win; Ghana climbed up to position 2 in Group H table with 3 points while South Korea dropped to position 4 with 1 point.
Cameroon stunned Serbia 3-3 at Al Janoub Stadium to claim a vital World Cup point and end 8 matches losing streak in the competitions. Cameroon opened the scores in the 29th minute through Castelleto before Pavlovic equalised for Serbia and Sergej Milinkovic Savic scored the 2nd goal in the stoppage time to ensure the Serbians lead 2-1 at halftime. Mitrovic scored 3rd goal for Serbia in the 53rd minute before Aboubakar scored 2nd goal for Cameroon in the 63rd minute while Choupo Mouting scored the 3rd goal in the 66th minute to force a 3-3 draw. Following the 3-3 draw; Cameroon moved to position 3 in World Cup Group G table with 1 point while Serbia are 4th with 1 point.
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