Ex-England Striker Darren Bent Insists Portugal’s Penalty Against Ghana Was ‘Dubious’

Ex-England Striker Darren Bent Insists Portugal’s Penalty Against Ghana Was ‘Dubious’

Former England striker, Darren Bent has reacted to the penalty incident within the Ghana versus Portugal conflict within the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Thursday night.

According to him, Portugal ought to have by no means been awarded a penalty kick.

The Ghana national workforce at this time locked horns with the Portuguese opponent to combat for factors in Group H.

Before the game kicked off at 16:00GMT, the primary Group H game between South Korea and Uruguay had resulted in a goalless stalemate.

As a outcome, the winner of the Ghana v Portugal game was destined to go top of the Group H standings.

Although both national groups will play nicely within the first half, neither aspect may score and went into the break on degree pegging.

After recess, as many as 5 goals have been scored with Portugal getting the higher of Ghana.

The 2016 European Champions took the lead within the sixty fifth minute when poster boy Cristiano Ronaldo scored from the penalty spot.

Reacting to that penalty incident, Darren Bent posted on Twitter, “Never a pen.”

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