Ghana keep their World Cup campaign alive by edging South Korea in a thriller as Mohammed Kudus and Gue-sung Cho both scored twice in a roller-coaster Group H clash.
A 10-minute spell in the first half by the African nation gave them a 2-0 lead courtesy of goals from Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu and Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus.
However, noisy celebrations by Ghana fans at half time were dampened by a South Korea comeback after the break. Two stunning headers in three minutes from Cho, leveled the game after 61 minutes.
But the impressive Kudus added a final twist, when he powered in a third for Ghana to break South Koreans' hearts.
With Portugal to come next for South Korea, this feels a significant defeat, while Ghana will face Uruguay in good spirits in their final game.