Iconic! Ghana make a legendary entrance for their World Cup showdown with South Korea as they arrive playing the drums and signing songs in unison
Ghana’s players arrived in style for their crucial World Cup clash with South Korea by stepping off the team bus singing and playing drums.
Following their opening defeat to Portugal, the Black Stars were hoping to play the right note against their Asian opponents at the Education City Stadium.
And they were seen coming into the arena by playing drums and singing proudly as they represented Ghana on the world’s biggest football stage.
Ghana arrived by singing and playing traditional instruments as they prepared for their match
Speaking on the BBC before the game, Jermaine Jenas said: ‘I love it. It’s what represents the culture and that relaxed carnival experience. These are like joyous scenes, they’re happy to be here. And it gets them in the right mind to go and perform.’
Portugal defeated Ghana 3-2 in their opening fixture on Thursday, although the Black Stars did cause a stir scoring through Andre Ayew and Osman Bukari, and almost stole a point at the end.
They were able to put aside that disappointment to play percussion as they walked in to face South Korea on Monday afternoon.
The other two teams in Group H, Portugal and Uruguay, face each other in the late kick-off on Monday.
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The Black Stars showed off national pride in the run-up to their crucial South Korea clash