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10/08/2011
0:0 a.e.t. 7:6 PSO

Summary

Spain beat Korea Republic on penalties

Spain saw off Korea Republic in dramatic fashion, defeating the Asians 7-6 on penalties, with Kim Kyung Jung the unfortunate player to miss from the spot in Manizales.

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Line-up

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8
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Substitute(s)

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18
13
21
5
2
7
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8
7
12
10
15
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17
15
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5

Coaches

Julen LOPETEGUI (ESP)
(KOR) LEE Kwang Jong

Officials

Referee: Mark GEIGER (USA)Assistant Referee 1: Sean HURD (USA)Assistant Referee 2: Joe FLETCHER (CAN)Fourth official: Cuneyt CAKIR (TUR)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 62)


Latest Comments:
A.Mazumder
14/08/2011 at 22:25
Korea Republic is a very good team. And of course, Spain is too. But I think Korea Republic deserved to win. They tried so hard - their hardest - and Spain only won because of their confidence. They show off a little too much.
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wmlee73
14/08/2011 at 11:04
wmlee73 (Korea Republic)
The second round of our team against Spain, who is one of the strong favorites of the title of this tournament, was very inspiring. Although they lose to Spain, I think they did their best to beat our opponent. If they try to improve their skills to deal with balls, they will get the better result in the future than 2011. Cheer up Taegeuk Warriors^^
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GoRedDevils
11/08/2011 at 17:04
First I would like to congratulate Spain for victory. Korea Rep can't play any better than way they did in this game. Like I said it before, Korea Rep play better in knock out stages and Spain probably took it lightly with their powerful attacking with 11 goals in 3 games. 0-0 for 120 Minutes, although Spain had lot more shots, quality shots and saves were pretty much equal. I saw Spain defenders and MF getting tire in the 2nd half and Korea Rep could use lot more fast pace and create better chances. Well played Korea Rep and beProud!!!
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Statistics

25Shots9
4Corner kicks5
1Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
63%Possession (%)37%
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“Congratulations to Korea Republic. They played an excellent game, they gave us a really tough match, they didn't make mistakes," Spain coach Julen Lopetegui.