The Bristol City forward, seems to be in confident mood ahead of Ghana’s all-important second Group H game against South Korea in the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Otto Addo and his charges l, would be hoping to at least get a point in the difficult game to ensure they are not completely written off in Group H for qualification to the round of 16 stage.
And Semenyo, 22, who came on for defender Alexander Djiku after 9+2 minutes in the game game against Portugal, says his side won’t give up on their chances of advancing from.the Group stage of the competition.
Semenyo wrote on Instagram saying, ||”We are Ghana, we don’t give up. Onto the next one. See you Monday.”||
Ghana will travel to the Education City Stadium to face South Korea on Monday.
The Black Stars fell to an agonising 3-2 defeat to Portugal on the opening day, while their Asian counterparts impressively held Uruguay to a goalless draw.
No matter what transpires in Uruguay’s showdown with Portugal, Ghana will be out if they suffer defeat to South Korea at the Education City Stadium, but a six-game scoring streak at the World Cup does stand the Black Stars in good stead.
Monday’s game will mark the 10th meeting between South Korea and Ghana in all competitions, with the last six yielding three wins apiece for both nations, but Ghana ran out convincing 4-0 winners during the most recent battle in a 2014 friendly.
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