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Ghana born Mohammed Muntari Makes history with Qatar

Kumasi-born Muntari made history at the World Cup, as he became the first ever Qatar player to score in the tournament.

His goal was a fine headed effort, well taken by the striker, who could have represented Ghana, although it ultimately came to naught for the hosts.

Qatar and Muntari are facing up to an early elimination, as they become the first hosts to lost both of their opening matches, but at least the 28-year-old wrote his little slice of history.

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