2022 World Cup: ‘NO VAR’ trends after Ghana concedes 2 ‘controversial’ goals against Portugal

2022 World Cup: ‘NO VAR’ trends after Ghana concedes 2 ‘controversial’ goals against Portugal

Ghanaians on Twitter are infuriated after Ghana conceded a controversial penalty against Portugal within the second half of their opening game within the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

A flick cross to Cristiano Ronaldo was intercepted by Mohammed Salisu within the eighteen-yard field within the 62nd minute of the game which referred to as for that controversial penalty kick that Ronaldo put behind the goal keeper.

Many of the netizens are displeased with the penalty choice by the referee and need there was a Video Assistant Referee (VAR) evaluation for that call to be cancelled.

On a second event, Portugal’s winger, Rafael Leao was in an offside position when he netted the second goal however for the second time, a VAR didn’t happen and the goal was accepted.

The two “unpleasant” choices have prompted Ghanaians to be outraged by the result of the game.

In the tip, Ghana lost to Portugal by 3 goals to 2 and would have to at all cost guarantee it will get a win within the subsequent two Group H matches against Uruguay and South Korea.

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