2014 World Cup PICTURES: Ghana versus Germany

Watch pictures of Ghana’s thrilling 2-2 draw with Germany in Fortaleza on Saturday in their Group G match.

Soccer - FIFA World Cup 2014 - Group G - Germany v Ghana - Estadio Castelao

Soccer – FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group G – Germany v Ghana – Estadio Castelao

Germany's Mesut Ozil evades the challenge by Ghana's Sulley Muntari (right)

Germany’s Mesut Ozil evades the challenge by Ghana’s Sulley Muntari (right)

Germany's Benedikt Howedes (right) and Ghana's Christian Atsu battle for the ball

Germany’s Benedikt Howedes (right) and Ghana’s Christian Atsu battle for the ball

Ghana's Christian Atsu (left) Kevin Prince Boateng (centre) and Mohammed Rabiu (right) combine to deny Germany's Philipp Lahm

Ghana’s Christian Atsu (left) Kevin Prince Boateng (centre) and Mohammed Rabiu (right) combine to deny Germany’s Philipp Lahm

Germany's Mesut Ozil (left) wins the ball ahead of Ghana's Jonathan Mensah

Germany’s Mesut Ozil (left) wins the ball ahead of Ghana’s Jonathan Mensah

Ghana team group

Ghana team group

Germany's Miroslav Klose (left) celebrates scoring their second goal

Germany’s Miroslav Klose (left) celebrates scoring their second goal

Germany's Miroslav Klose (left) celebrates scoring their second goal

Germany’s Miroslav Klose (left) celebrates scoring their second goal

Germany's Miroslav Klose (left) celebrates scoring their second goal with teammate Thomas Muller

Germany’s Miroslav Klose (left) celebrates scoring their second goal with teammate Thomas Muller

A Germany fan soaks up the atmosphere at the Estadio Castelao prior to the game

A Germany fan soaks up the atmosphere at the Estadio Castelao prior to the game

Kevin-Prince Boateng

Kevin-Prince Boateng

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

READERS COMMENTS

  1. papa nkrumah says:

    All those insulting Jordan should stop it and rather encourage the you ng talented striker. He created good chances out of nothing. He was able to dribble pass two German top defenders to create a chance that he should have passed on the second attempt (cos the first attempt would have been offside against Gyan). He should still have passed even though there was no guarantee Gyan was going to score. Let’s appreciate the fact that he created more dangerous situations than Kevin, Atsu etc. He is one for the future so don’t kill his career before it even blossoms. Like the coach, I am sure he has also learnt his lessons.

    • OGYA says:

      The case against Jonathan Mensah. I do not know whether it is his inexperience or what. He is the reason why Ghana is at this miserable situation in our world cup life

      First he was the reason why USA got the last minute corner kick to win the game against us. Instead of calmly allowing a ball to safely go out of bounds, he rushed and in the end had his legs touch the ball to give a crucial corner kick to USA

      Secondly, he was also the reason why Germany equalized the game against us. He stood by and allow Klose to get behind him to score.

      Akwesi Appiah if you really want to be considered as a good coach, there are a couple of things you need to change about you. STOP BEING VINDICTIVE. You will also need to remove FAVORITISM from your camp, surround this defense with players who are capable of playing it no matter what their age is.

      There was no reason to drop John Mensah and Vorsa. These two players could have easily been fit for the World cup and given you the success you have been craving for on the international seen were it not for your dumb ideas and favoritism to drop them.

      They could have bailed you out and prevented those two crucial goals we gave up during both the USA and Germany games. I am sure you have learned your lesson, but you will have to suffer the consequences for the rest of your life.

      Those who do not learn from history are bound to repeat it.

  2. lion-fire says:

    Jordan needs to learn. But we also need to win. What’s so difficult in releasing a ball to a player in a more open chance to score