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Ghana falls on penalty kick conceded after 15 seconds
March 5th, 2014 4:33PM

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[WORLD CUP 2014 FRIENDLIES] Ghana, which will open up at the World Cup against the USA, fell to Montenegro on a penalty kick conceded after 15 seconds.

Dejan Damjanovic's goal held up in Podgorica after Vitoria Guimaraes defender David Addy took down Filip Kasalica in the area.

Ghana's best chances to get back in the game came in the first half, but Vitesse forward Christian Atsu could not capitalize on his opportunities.

World Cup 2014 Friendlies:
March 5 in Podgorica
Montenegro 1 Ghana 0. Goal: Damjanovic pen. 1.

March 5 in Johannesburg.
South Africa 0 Brazil 5. Goals: Oscar 10, Neymar 41, 46, 90+1, Fernandinho 79.

March 5 in Blida
Algeria 2 Slovenia 0. Goals: Soudani 45, Taider 56.

March 5 in Barcelona
Colombia 1 Tunisia 1. Goals: Rodriguez pen. 20;  Khazri 35.


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