Uruguay have crash out of the 2022 World Cup despite securing a 2-0 win over Ghana, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
It was a cagey affair as the first began, with both sides trying to get something out of the game.
Ghana had an advantage going into the match, but they had to win to make it to the next round.
Mexico, on the other hand, desperately needed a win to stand a chance after managing only one point from their two previous group games.
Both teams attacked wide and contested equally for ball possession as the game progressed.
In the 21st minute, Ghana had a golden opportunity to take the lead after Mexico conceded a penalty, but Andre Ayew missed, with the Mexican goalkeeper producing a stunning save.
Five minutes later, Arrascaeta scored to give Mexico the after-a great assist from Luis Suarez.
In the 32nd minute, Arrascaeta scored again to bag his brace, still with another assist from Luis Suarez. It was a nightmare for the Ghanaians, with no concrete response after conceding two goals.
The first half ended with Mexico earning a deserved 2-0 lead.
Second Half Report.
The second half began with Ghana ramping up efforts to make something of the game, with Mexico equally attempting to bury the game.
The Mexicans still had a slight advantage over Black Stars and were looking more threatening when charging forward.
With over 60 minutes played, Mexico still led by two goals, and Ghana gave no concrete signs of finding an opening goal.
The game finally ended with Uruguay securing a 2-0 win over the Black Stars, but they ended up crashing out of the competition after South Korea secured a shock win over Portugal.