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Richarlison Scores Double As Ghana Lose 3-0 To Brazil In Friendly Match

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Richarlison Scores Double As Ghana Lose 3-0 To Brazil In Friendly Match

Brazil defeated Ghana 3-0 on Friday night at the Stade Oceane, France in a pre-2022 FIFA World Cup friendly game.

The Selecao scored all three goals in the first half through a Richarlison double and the opener from Marquinhos.

It was a game of two halves as the South Americans totally dominated the first before substitutions gave the Black Stars an improved display in the second.

Marquinhos headed in the opener just nine minutes into the game from a brilliant Raphinha corner that Wollacott could not keep out.

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Two minutes to the half-hour mark, Neymar set up Richarlison neatly before the latter smashed the ball into the right bottom corner to make it 2-0 for Tite’s team.

Richarlison found his second goal of the game from another Neymar assist as he headed in to make it 3-0 for the Selecao five minutes to the end of the first half.

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After the break, Otto Addo brought in Inaki Williams and Mohammed Salisu, who completely changed the flow of the game in favour of the Black Stars.

Tariq Lamptey replaced Baba Iddrisu for his Ghana debut in the 72nd minute and performed creditably well.

Ghana held on late to avoid conceding a fourth goal to finish the game 3-0 in France.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Davante Adams Bio, Age, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Height, Parents, Siblings

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Davante Adams Bio, Age, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Height, Parents, Siblings

Davante Adams is a well known American football wide receiver who is currently playing for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League.

Davante Adams is a well known American football wide receiver who is currently playing for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League.

Davante Adams played College football at Fresno State. He was later selected by the Green Bay Packers in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

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Davante Adams Biography

Davante Adams was born on December 24, 1992, in Redwood City, California, in the United States of America to Pamela Brown​​ and Douglas Brown who brought him up together with three siblings who are Doug Adams Jr., Destiny and D’aishanae.

Davante Adams Wife

Davante Adams is a married man who has been married to Devanne Villarreal since 2018. Devanne is an American personality.

Davante Adams Children

Davante Adams is a father of one child or daughter who is known as Deija Leigh Adams.

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Davante Adams Net Worth

Davante Adams is estimated to have a net worth of $25 million. His income source is diverse but playing as a football wide receiver is major.

Davante Adams Height

Davante Adams is 6 feet and an inch tall and weighs approximately 98 kg.

Davante Adams Parents

The parents of Davante Adams are Pamela Brown​​ and Douglas Brown.

Davante Adams Siblings

Davante Adams has three siblings known as Doug Adams Jr., Destiny and D’aishanae.

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John Mahama Rallies Support For Black Stars As They Play Brazil In A Friendly

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John Mahama Rallies Support For Black Stars As They Play Brazil In A Friendly

Former President John Mahama is rallying support for the senior national football team, the Black Stars as they engaged their Brazilian counterparts in a pre-world cup friendly match later this evening in France.

Whiles admitting that the Brazilians are the clear favorites, the former president believes the Ghanaian side can take advantage of their underdog status to upset the best ranked team in the world.

Dressed in his Ghana jersey, the former president took to facebook to show support for the Black Stars.

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Ghana and Brazil have played at the senior level four times in all competitions and they won all four matches scoring 14 goals in all and conceding just two. The last two matches between the two sides were friendly which Brazil won one zero on both occasions.

The only competitive match between the two was at the one 16th stage of the 2006 World cup in Germany which ended three nil in favor of Brazil.

With the inclusion of some new players of international standards, such as Inaki Williams, Tariq Lamptey, Mohammed Salisu, Kudus Mohammed and Thomas, many football fans that the Ghana side has a chance of securing at least a draw against Brazil.

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Kick off is at 6.30pm GMT

“Soccer matches between Ghana and Brazil are always exciting to watch. In today’s friendly at the senior level, the odds seem to favour the Brazilians, but I trust our gallant team, the Black Stars. They play best as underdogs, they will rise to the occasion and make us proud.

Go Black Stars Go!

#GhanavsBrazil” Mahama writes on Facebook.

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Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Paul Scholes Reveals Manchester United Were So Worried About His Drinking Habit They Called His Dad

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Paul Scholes Reveals Manchester United Were So Worried About His Drinking Habit They Called His Dad

Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes has revealed he had a very bad drinking habit as a youngster at the club.

Scholes, one of the brightest talents of his generation played more than 700 times for the Red Devils and is regarded as a legend at the club.

His list of accolades includes 11 Premier League titles and two Champions Leagues and he was part of the much revered ‘Class of ’92’ that went on to be hugely successful for the club.

However, the he says his drinking habits right at the beginning of his career really concerned the club.

Paul Scholes reveals Manchester United were so worried about his drinking habit they called his dad

Speaking to former teammate, Gary Neville on The Overlap, Scholes revealed what went on.

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Neville: “I remember, you used to go home on the bus from the training ground.”

Scholes: “Three buses.”

Neville: “Three buses was it? On a Friday, you’d have a few pints on the way home before a game on Saturday.”

Scholes: “I know. Crazy, madness.

“Sometimes we’d stay in there until eight or nine at night from half 12, I’m not proud of this, before the A and B teams on a Saturday night.”

Neville: “And you’d still be alright?”

Scholes: “Sometimes. Most of the time, but that was my lifestyle. I was brought up around pubs as a kid.

“Wherever I went with my mum and dad as a kid it involved a pub, whether I was outside the pub kicking a ball against the wall. Kids weren’t allowed in the pubs, so I was just outside waiting for my mum and dad the whole time.

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“I remember once, when I was 16, 17 or 18 when I was with the youth team, Eric Harrison rang me dad and said ‘we are a bit worried about Paul’s drinking.”

Neville: “Did they know about it?”

Scholes: “They must have done, I don’t know how. Whether someone grassed me up or not, I don’t know.”

Neville joked: “Probably Phil!”

Scholes: “They said they were a bit worried about my drinking. I remember my dad saying ‘he’s allowed to enjoy himself, isn’t he?’

“I was thinking ‘f***, dad you shouldn’t really be saying that. No, no he’s doesn’t drink.’

“That’s what I was brought up [on]. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and sometimes on a Monday, was going out.”

Neville: “Were you drinking that many times in the week? I didn’t know that myself.”

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Scholes: “I didn’t tell anyone anything, did I?

“When I got to 18 I probably was. All my mates were around the pub all the time.

“I used to come and watch my mates play football on a Sunday morning in a pub.”

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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