Accra was set to party all night after Ghana's 2-0 surprise win over the Czech Republic in the second round of the World Cup match in Germany on Saturday. The opening goal by Ghana in the first two minutes of the game was the fastest so far in the 2006 World Cup. The country's decisive win, on the same evening that Italy played a disappointing match to tie with the USA 1-1, means that anything can now happen in Group E, where Italy holds 4 points, the Czech Republic and Ghana 3 each and the USA 1. Ghanas next match is on Thursday 22 June against the USA. Its team is the youngest competing in Germany.

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