Ghana: Black Star ready to beat Korea again today

By Peterking Quaye – The Black Stars sealed a 3-1 win at the Seoul World Cup stadium, the last time both sides met, back in 2006 in another friendly on today –Tuesday 7th June ,will provide a another opportunity to rewrite the script.

The game is gradually gathering excitement in Ghana, despite the low media hype about the game and looking at the possible absence of top player of the Black Star.

Under the new coach, the Stars have not lost again yet and are hopeful that against this Korean side, they will come up victorious. With their weekend win ,any of the top players of the team are out of the game.

Ghana captain John Mensah has pulled out of the Ghana squad to face Korea on Tuesday, the Ghana Football Association has confirmed.

The defender alongside Kevin-Prince Boateng, Michael Essien, Prince Tagoe, Andre Ayew, Samuel Inkoom and goalkeeper Sammy Adjei missed the Saturday morning flight to Seoul.

Mensah picked up a knock during Friday’s 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Congo in Kumasi and he is been left behind for further checks while Inkoom is out injured.

AC Milan’s Boateng has been allowed to return to his base in Milan with the club’s physiotherapist for further checks on an injury picked up during the closing stages of the season in Italy.

Both Essien and Tagoe have been excused to attend to pressing family matters with Andre also missing out as he also attends to other concerns.

Asamoah Gyan, who hit a brace and Michael Essien were the goal scorers on the day. will bring you up close to the game ahead and news making waves in Ghana, so tick and stay with the news leader.