World Cup 2010, Uruguay Vs. Ghana: Isaac Vorsah, Asamoah Gyan Each Come Close To Opening Goals

Isaac Vorsah and Asamoah have each had chances to put Ghana up near the half-hour mark, ended a run of control by Uruguay, yet the match remains scoreless.

Vorsah's chance came off a corner kick where Kwadwo Asamoah found the central defender at Uruguay's far post, with the 22-year-old heading just wide after he's lost his man, Edinson Cavani.

One minute later, Kevin-Prince Boateng rolled a ball into the penalty area from the right flank, with Asamoah Gyan running onto the pass near the penalty mark.  The Rennes striker pushed the ball just wide of the right post, keeping the match scoreless.

Now in the match's 34th minute, Ghana and Uruguay remain drawn 0-0.

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