Today Ghana and Germany both played amazingly hard in the heat of Brazil. The scoring didn’t open though until the second half, but once it started it didn’t stop. Germany was the one who scored first with a great ball that Mario Götze finished. Their lead however, didn’t last long and Andre Ayew scored to tie the game. Then to everyone’s surprise Asamoah Gyan pulled Ghana ahead, 2-1. Just when the Ghanaians were starting to think they had taken down the mighty Germans, Miroslav Klose scored to make history (he is only the third person ever to score fifteen World Cup goals) and salvage a point for Germany. A sigh of relief must have swept over Germany. As for Ghana, they will be felling quite confident going into their last game against Portugal.
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