Portugal v Ghana: World Cup 2022 – live
Ghana: It’s difficult to know what to expect from Ghana, who are outside the top 60 of Fifa’s rankings and had an unspeakably bad African Cup of Nations in January, finishing bottom of their group with just one point, suffering the humiliation of defeat at the hands of Comoros along the way.
That disastrous showing earned Ghana head coach Milovan Rajevac his P45 and he was replaced with the former Borussia Dortmund midfielder Otto Addo. Still employed by the Bundesliga side as a scout, he promptly steered Ghana through a World Cup play-off against Nigeria. Former Brighton manager Chris Hughton, former Dutch international George Boateng and former Nordsjælland coach Mas Dramani are also part of Ghana’s new leadership structure.