Matches

29/07/2012512 - WeatherClear
2:1 (0:0)
  • Park Chu-Young (57')
  • KIM Bokyung (64')
  • Innocent Emeghara (60')

Summary

Swiss sunk by classy Koreans
Park Chuyoung and Kim Bokyung were on target for Korea Republic as the Taeguk Warriors moved joint-top of Group B with an impressive 2-1 win over Switzerland. More »

Line-ups

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

HONG Myungbo (KOR)
(SUI) Pierluigi TAMI

Officials

Referee: Raul OROSCO (BOL)Assistant Referee 1: Efrain CASTRO (BOL)Assistant Referee 2: Arol VALDA (BOL)Fourth official: Bakary GASSAMA (GAM)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 19)


Latest Comments:
cleets
31/07/2012 at 05:33
cleets (USA)
Everybody saw what no 17 of swiss did on the pitch against the Arsenal man. that dive dishonored such a greatest game we ever invented. come on this is Olympics!
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GoRedDevils
30/07/2012 at 19:40
Let's just forget about who were better team on the field, it was too obvious. BUT I was really disappointed by Swiss players faking on the field. We have great respect for European teams but Swiss was different, it maybe was their plan to slow Korean Tempo down somewhat. In 2nd half, they were so bad on 1st half busy chasing Korean players, I saw them playing to draw Red card by any kind of lay down. Whether ball was around or not, they keep doing the things unprofessionally. Morganella should be sent off during the game not aftertwitter
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choideokmin10
30/07/2012 at 18:31
choideokmin10 (Korea Republic)
Taeguk Warriors!~fighting!~
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  • Bokyung Park of Korea challenges for the ball with Innocent Emeghara and Pajtim Kasami of Switzerland
  • Sungdong Baek of Korea challenges for the ball with Ricardo Rodriquez of Switzerland
  • Bokyung Kim of Korea  scores
  • Innocent Emeghara of Switzerland is challenged by  Taehee Nam of Korea
  • Jacheol Koo of Korea challenges for the ball with Fabian Frei of Switzerland
  • Changsoo Kim of Korea challenges for the ball with Admir Mehmedi of Switzerland