Ghanian followers have been in full celebration mode after an exciting 3-2 win over South Korea in Group H of the World Cup.
The deafening sound of vuvuzelas and djemba drums combined with blaring horns throughout Schooling Metropolis Stadium on Monday.
Some followers danced, and others took selfies and footage with anybody who requested for them, together with most of the volunteers and safety personnel within the stadium who appeared thrilled by the boisterous temper within the aftermath of the sport.
“Metro this fashion,” they sang collectively, impersonating a now well-known and catchy phrase utilized by stadium safety to direct spectators to the underground rail system.
“This was a tense recreation,” fan Chris Keyi, who’s of Ghanaian origin however lives in New York, instructed Al Jazeera. “… The previous couple of minutes took possibly 10 years of my life.”
“Individuals might be out in every single place in Ghana and wherever our individuals are on this planet,” he stated. “… It’s an enormous victory.”
Akwasi Baah-Frimpong, a Ghanaian fan who lives in Canada, stated it was probably the most “nerve-wracking” match of his life.
“I’m simply relieved we received,” he stated. “… Within the final 10 minutes, I assumed I used to be going to have a coronary heart assault.”
He added that Ghana’s possibilities of qualifying have been wanting “actually good”.
Their opponents, nevertheless, weren’t so thrilled and shortly made their solution to the exits.
“It was an unimaginable recreation … however not one of the best end result,” stated Park, 48, from Seoul. “The workforce did effectively. … The match may have gone both means.”
Usaid Siddiqui contributed reporting from Al Rayyan, Qatar.