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Malgré son élimination de la Coupe du Monde FIFA 2010 , des milliers de spectateurs africains jeunes et adultes arborant les couleurs nationales ont fait une démonstration de l’unité africaine par leur soutien au Ghana, la seule équipe du continent encore en compétition jusque-là, pendant son match des quarts de finale contre l’Uruguay à Soccer City Stadium de Johannesburg.

Despite Ghana having been knocked out of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, thousands of African fans, wearing Ghanaian colours, exhibited African unity through their support for the only remaining African team in the tournament during its quarter final game against Uruguay at Soccer City stadium, Johannesburg on July 11, 2010.

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