Nigeria, Nov. 28 -- Ghana's Black Stars on Monday played out another five-goal thriller in their second group game at the ongoing World Cup in Qatar.

But unlike their first game in which they were left broken-hearted losing 3-2 to Portugal, the Ghanaians held on, this time beating Korea by the same margin in a game that had many records set and broken.

Just like Cameroon, Monday's outing was the first time, the Black Stars will score three goals in a World Cup match and it was enough to give them their first victory in Qatar and first competitive win over the Taeguk Warriors.

The game which saw South Korea's Coach, Paulo Bento sent off by Anthony Taylor was as dramatic as the earlier game involving the Indomitable Lions.

The Black Sta...