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Uruguay's striker Luis Suarez last night escaped an extended two-game ban for the deliberate handball which denied Ghana a first African place in the World Cup semi-finals and has declared that he now possesses "the hand of God".

Africa bows out after Uruguay make Gyan and Ghana pay harsh penalty

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South Africa take the Black Stars to heart in their bid for history

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Ghana ready to make World Cup history

Ghana Football Association president Kwesi Nyantakyi believes the Black Stars are ready to make World Cup history.

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