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Record-breaker Ronaldo
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Brazil's Luiz Ronaldo celebrates his 15th World Cup goal with Kaka.
Brazil striker Ronaldo wrote his name into the history books as the Samba Boys beat Ghana 3-0 in Dortmund. The Real Madrid striker's opening goal made him to top scorer in World Cup Finals history with 15 strikes - overtaking Germany's Gerd Muller in the all-time list. Adriano and Ze Roberto completed the scoring. [+] Rate this match

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Insight and Opinion

Black Stars' chance to shine

A finals debut for one of Africa's traditional powers will see the continent's strongest midfield in action, says Steve Wilson[+]

Group E Tactics Board

The race for 1st place in Group E is on. And the Italians and Czechs face tough opponents in Ghana and USA, says Nick Bidwell[+]

More Ghana News

June 28, 2006
Ghana coach: Brazil heading for a fall
Brazil are going to be toppled from their World Cup throne, according to Ghana coach Ratomir Dujkovic. He was unimpressed by the reigning champions.
June 27, 2006
Goal record no big target for me, says Ronaldo
Ronaldo broke a World Cup record by scoring his 15th finals goal in Brazil's 3-0 second-round defeat of Ghana but said the new mark had not been a particular target for him.
June 25, 2006
Robinho injury worry
Brazil striker Robinho is doubtful for Tuesday's World Cup second round match with Ghana, team doctor Jose Luis Runco said on Sunday.
June 24, 2006
Ghana counting on spirit and teamwork
Ghana face a daunting task to beat world champions Brazil in the second round of their debut World Cup but their ability to work as a team could see them through, coach Ratomir Dujkovic said on Saturday.
June 23, 2006
Banned Essien slams ref
A heartbroken Michael Essien slammed German referee Markus Merk for a 'ridiculous' early booking which will keep the Chelsea star out of Ghana's second-round clash with Brazil.
June 22, 2006
'We did it for Africa', says Ghana's Essien
Ghana midfielder Michael Essien said on Thursday they had qualified for the second round of the World Cup on behalf of the whole of Africa.
Latest Fixtures/Scores
DATEOPPONENTRESULTCompetition
Wed 3/5 A - Montenegro L, 1-0 Friendly
Tue 11/19 A - Egypt L, 2-1 WCQ - CAF
Tue 10/15 H- Egypt W, 6-1 WCQ - CAF
Tue 9/10 A - Japan L, 3-1 Friendly
Fri 9/6 H- Zambia W, 2-1 WCQ - CAF
Wed 8/14 A - Turkey D, 2-2 Friendly
Sun 6/16 A - Lesotho W, 0-2 WCQ - CAF
Fri 6/7 A - Sudan W, 1-3 WCQ - CAF
Sun 3/24 H- Sudan W, 4-0 WCQ - CAF
Sat 2/9 A - Mali L, 3-1 African Nations Cup
· Complete Team Fixtures