In their promotional video for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, FIFA chose Jordan Ayew, Thomas Partey, and Daniel Amartey as the faces of Ghana’s national squad.
The Black Stars, who did not participate in the 2014 edition of the tournament, are placed in a challenging group with Uruguay, South Korea, and Portugal.
Following a thrilling 1-1 tie with Nigeria at the Mashood Abiola Stadium in March, Otto Addo’s team secured their spot in the World Cup.
Both teams split the victory in Abuja as Partey’s first-half goal was cancelled out by Super Eagles captain William Troost-penalty. Ekong’s
After the first leg finished in a scoreless draw at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi, the outcome guaranteed Ghana’s qualifying on the basis of away goals.
FIFA has unveiled a promotional video that highlights the star players from each of the 32 nations with less than five months till the World Cup in Qatar.
The Black Stars’ faces are Jordan, Partey, and Amartey, while Cristiano Ronaldo and Bernardo Silva represent Portugal.
Lionel Messi and Angel di Maria of Argentina were also used as the faces of their nation, while Harry Kane stars in the advertisement for England.
According to Opta Analyst figures, Ghana’s chances of winning the 2022 World Cup are fewer than 1%.
The Black Stars are the lowest-ranked team (at position 60) in the FIFA rankings heading into the tournament, making them underdogs in Group H.
Opta Analyst, however, has rated the possibilities of the 32 clubs competing in the event in Qatar.
According to statistics from a performance AI model, the British sports analytics company calculated the percentage ratings.
Costa Rica, Saudi Arabia, Cameroon, the bottom four teams, all have a zero percent chance of winning the World Cup.
The odds of Canada, Morocco, and Tunisia being world champions are all 0.01 percent, while Ghana’s odds are 0.02 percent.
With a chance of 17.93 percent, France is considered the favorite to retain the championship they won in 2018.
With a 15.73 percent likelihood, Brazil is in second place, followed by Spain (11.53%), England (8.03%), and Belgium (7.90%)
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