Sport Emmanuel Frimpong

The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

Ghana relaxed ahead of Uruguay clash

Coach Milovan Rajevac is confident Ghana can deal with the pressure of attempting to become the first African side to reach the World Cup semi-finals.

Gyan's goal & the highs of Africa's World Cup

Ghana’s extra-time strike against the US has given the home continent a moment to remember, writes James Lawton. But which incident will live on for you?

Banks of England: We're peaking at right time and can hurdle colts

Momentum is with England and although Ozil is a threat, experience can trump youthful exuberance

Gyan uses power and pace to ignite Ghana celebration

United States 1 Ghana 2 (aet)

USA v Ghana player ratings

Man-for-man ratings from Rustenburg

Ecstasy for Africa as Ghana reach quarter-finals

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World Cup: USA v Ghana Live!

Join in with your comments and follow the latest developments as the USA and Ghana look for a place in the quarter-finals.

Americans take momentum into rematch

US v Ghana, Today, 7.30pm, ITV1, Rustenburg

The Big Picture: Is it still Africa's World Cup?

In Ghana we trust:

A record six African nations qualified for this World Cup, but Ghana are now the continent's only team. Their favourable draw, however, means the Black Stars stand a good chance of becoming the first African team to ever reach the semi-finals of a World Cup.

Lahm discusses penalty possibility

Philipp Lahm believes England may not enjoy as much confidence as Germany should their World Cup last-16 clash have to be decided by penalties.

Germany's patchy progress sparks doubts back home

The spirit of the 2006 World Cup that Germany hosted has begun to re-emerge as 300,000 spectators packed a public viewing area at Berlin's Victory Column to watch their team squeak into the second round.

Vidic rues missed chances after defeat

The Serbia captain, Nemanja Vidic, believes his team should still be in the World Cup despite a 2-1 defeat by Australia here on Wednesday which denied them a place in the last 16.

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