South Korea vs Ghana LIVE Schedule and where to watch Matchday 2 of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup

The activity in Qatar 2022 continues its march and this Monday it is the turn to return to the field to two teams that go after their first victory, South Korea faces the selection of Ghana in a promising encounter, as both teams left good feelings in their first meeting. The Koreans withstood the pressure of the Uruguayans and came out with a valuable point.

Ghana made the Portuguese nervous and was close to giving a surprise, so against Korea they cannot be ruled out, despite the fact that on paper they come out as victims in this match.

Time and where to watch the match South Korea vs. Ghana, at the Qatar 2022 World Cup:

Day: Monday, November 28.

Match start time: 8:00 a.m.

Digital preview start time: 7:00 a.m.

Stadium: Education City.
When and where is South Korea vs Ghana played in Qatar 2022?
South Korea and Ghana meet on Monday, November 28 at Education City Stadium.

Time and where to watch South Korea vs Ghana from Group H
The game starts at 7:00 am, can be followed on open television.

How to watch live on TV and Online the South Korea vs Ghana of Matchday 2?

The game between South Korea and Ghana will be broadcast on Canal 5, TV Azteca, TUDN, SKY and VIX. Remember that in MARCA Claro we follow this duel minute by minute with all the details of this match.

Betting and pools: who is the favorite of South Korea vs Ghana and how much does it pay?
The Koreans come out as slight favorites over the Ghana team, the mummies indicate that for every 100 pesos bet on South Korea, you could win 159 pesos. If you decide to bet on Africans, then you would win 191 pesos.

Results and standings of Group H in the 2022 World Cup
Uruguay 0-0 South Korea

Portugal 3-2 Ghana

Group H positions
Portugal | 3 points | +1
South Korea | 1 point | 0
Uruguay | 1 point | 0
Ghana | 0 points | -1

Looking for the reaction

“We always come out of difficult situations. We have to stay calm and improve our performance,” Ghana captain Andre Ayew said after the match against Portugal.
“We need to arrive and score more and concede less,” added the captain of the ‘Black Stars’, author of his team’s first goal against Portugal.

At the Education City stadium, the Ghanaians must go for the three points in a match, in which the striker of Athletic Bilbao, Iñaki Williams, should start again.

“We hope that on Monday we can win and we can fight to get through the group stage,” Williams said after the loss to Portugal.

The Athletic striker faces a new test to try to open his locker in a World Cup against a tough South Korea, which on Thursday put Uruguay in trouble.

The Koreans, coached by Portuguese Paulo Bento, are looking for three points that will allow them to practically touch the knockout stages, before facing Portugal and Cristiano Ronaldo in the last meeting of the group stage.

A victory could even put them as leader of the key, depending on what happens in the duel between Portuguese and Uruguayans.

The South Koreans will once again place high hopes on their star striker Son Heug-min, who against Uruguay could not see a goal.