Veteran Uruguay striker Luis Suarez has sent a strong warning to Ghana ahead of their final Group H fixture on Friday, December 2. The two-time world champions have failed to live up to expectations at the 2022 World Cup, picking just a point out of a possible six in two games while failing to find the back of the net in as many games played.
Currently perched at the foot of the group and staring at an early exit from the Mundial, Suarez’s Uruguay will have to beat second-placed Ghana in their ultimate group game.
Ahead of the make-or-break tie, Suarez, who has played 82 minutes across two matches in the tournament, dubbed Uruguay’s last group game against Ghana as ‘do or die.’
“We have one point and the final match against Ghana is do and die. We have no option than to win to make our fans happy,” Luis Suarez said as quoted by Football Ghana after Uruguay lost 2-0 to Portugal on Monday night. The 35-year-old former Barcelona forward added, “We are going to put our lives and soul in this last match, Ghana is a good team but we know them, we have beaten them before and we know how to beat them again.
“We have watched their video clips and they have a porous defence, we will utilize that to beat them.”
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