The 2200g consumes around 40-50 watts, so even the cheapest 3 phase VRM would handle it. So literally ANY motherboard you could possibly buy would handle the 2200g just fine.
However, you should not buy a motherboard that's based on the A320 because it has terrible value - it blocks overclocking, it restricts maximum DDR4 frequencies, it has only 2 slots for memory, it has limited SATA and USB ports and it does not have support for Ryzen 3xxx series processors.
Motherboards with B450 chipset are often just a few dollars more expensive but most support even the latest processors released by AMD these days.
Also, keep in mind that using dual channel (TWO memory sticks) is A MUST and Ryzen processors love high frequency memory... try as hard as possible to get memory sticks running at least 3000 Mhz, ideally 3200 Mhz.