World Cup 2010, Uruguay Vs. Ghana: Regulation Time Ends 1-1

Uruguay and Ghana played the last fifteen minutes of regulation time without generating significant chances, settling-in to the idea of extra time in their World Cup 2010 quarterfinal match.

Goals by Sulley Muntari and Diego Forlan have carried the teams into extra time drawn at one, with Uruguay having used all of their substitutions.  Ghana, playing their second consecutive extra time match, have one substitution remaining.

The teams will play two, 15-minute extra time halves.  If they remain drawn after that 30 minutes, the teams will go to a penalty kick shootout.

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