Iñaki Williams has demonstrated that Ghana Dark Stars actually get an opportunity of meeting all requirements for the next phase of the continuous FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Communicating the unqualified help he has gotten from the fans up to this point, the Ghanaian forward expressed in a tweet

that time is running out for the group to lament. He added that the Dark Stars actually have two games left in the gathering stage.

"There is no time for laments, there are 2 games left still.. Much thanks to you fans for the unqualified support" Iñaki Williams tweeted after Ghana's rout to Portugal.

In the mean time, Mentor Otto Addo has depicted the punishment granted to Cristiano Ronaldo during the Ghana versus Portugal game as "an exceptional gift from the arbitrator".

He showed at a post-match public interview that the ref's choice on the day was "a Wrong choice". "The official gave a punishment which was not a punishment.

That's what everybody saw. Why? Since it's Ronaldo or something?" Otto Addo addressed. "Iif someone scores an objective, congrats," Addo said.

"However, this was actually a gift. Actually a gift. What more might I at any point say? [It was] an exceptional gift from the arbitrator."

"I think it was actually some unacceptable choice" Otto Addo added. "We played the ball. I don't have the foggiest idea why VAR didn't come up.

There's no clarification for me. And afterward it's troublesome against an elite group when they are driving."

Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 at Arena 974 to top Bunch H which included Uruguay and South Korea.

Cristiano Ronaldo changed over a disputable punishment to give the Portuguese the lead just after the hour mark before Andre Ayew evened out for Ghana.