Ghana Football Association president Kurt Okraku has said the Black Stars will look for “retribution” subsequent to being attracted a similar gathering as Uruguay for the 2022 World Cup.
Their experience in Group H, where the Black Stars will likewise confront Portugal and South Korea, will be a rehash of the 2010 World Cup quarter-last.
Ghana were killed by Uruguay on punishments in South Africa, having seen Asamoah Gyan miss an additional a time spot-kick after Luis Suarez was shipped off for handball.
“We accept that it will be vengeance time,” Kurt Okraku told BBC Sport Africa.
“We thought we had plainly dominated that specific match however for that save from Suarez. It is exceptionally intriguing for us to pitch against them once more, clearly with affectionate recollections.
“We genuinely should all put any misinformation to rest.”
Striker Suarez, presently 35 and at Atletico Madrid after spells with Liverpool and Barcelona, is as yet playing for double cross World Cup champs Uruguay, yet Ghana are probably not going to have any survivors from their side from 12 years prior.