Son Heung-min spotted crying when Ghana’s coach tries to take selfie with him after South Korea’s loss to Ghana at 2022 FIFA World Cup


Son Heung-min spotted crying when Ghana’s coach tries to take selfie with him after South Korea’s loss to Ghana at 2022 FIFA World Cup

The Ghanaian coach taking a picture with a frowing Son Heung-min at the 2022 FIFA World Cup

After South Korea’s heartbreaking loss against Ghana today, the Asian side is on the brink of elimination. They have one draw and one loss in the 2022 FIFA World Cup and are yet to face a strong Portugal side in Group H. Tottenham star Son Heung-Min could not control his emotions and bursts into tears after the full-time whistle.

This was when a few Ghanaian coaches, including George Boateng, surrounded the winger and tried consoling him. In the middle of this situation, a coach from the African continent pulled his phone out and asked Son for a selfie. The Tottenham star hesitated as he was still mourning his country’s loss. Son Heung-min was still crying and was not in the mood for any socializing. He turned away from the camera immediately.

Son Heung-min played while wearing a protective mask due to a fractured eye socket. The South Korean winger was the only prolific figure who was expected to make a change in the Asian’s favor but was well-marked by the Ghana defense. The thrilling match between the two nations ended 3-2 in Ghana’s favor.

South Korea’s campaign might come to an end if they fail to beat Portugal in their next game after not being able to win a single game in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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Ghanaian players after scoring the winning goal of the match

In one of the most exciting games of the tournament so far, South Korea and Ghana put in impressive performances in a must-win game for both nations. Ghana opened the game with two first-half goals to put pressure on the Asians.

South Korea was constantly in momentum and even scored two goals in three minutes to equalize the opponents. Although, a 68th-minute goal changed the game and helped Ghana clench all the 3 points in Group H of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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