Combination of file pictures made on June 14, 2014 shows US's forward Clint Dempsey (L) on June 1, 2014 in Harrison and Ghana's forward Asamoah on June 9, 2014 in Miami. AFP PHOTO / DON EMMERT / MLADEN ANTONOV
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Notions of righting wrongs and exacting revenge will add an extra pinch of spice when Ghana take on the United States Monday in a World Cup Group G match that looks like a must win for both teams.Ghana lit up the last World Cup in South Africa when they came within one missed penalty of becoming the first African team to reach the last four after Luis Suarez's infamous handball in the quarterfinal against Uruguay.The United States' last two World Cup campaigns have both been ended by the Black Stars so Juergen Klinsmann's team will also feel they have a record to set straight.Klinsmann, a World Cup winner as a player in 1990, has similarly tried to add a dose of realism to American ideas of what his team, ranked 13th in the world by FIFA, can do in Brazil.
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