Yesterday, the South Korean national Football team had another great match making Korean sports betting fans very happy. The reason is because South Korea Defeats China at the East Asian Football Tournament in a 1-0 victory.
According to soccer forums, this is the second straight victory against China at an East Asia Men’s football tournament. The match took place in South Korea on Sunday at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium. The Stadium is 450 kilometers southeast of Seoul.
South Korea Defeats China for the Second Time
According to world ranking, The South Korean National football team currently ranks no. 41 in the world. In addition, they began the tournament with a 2-0 win over Hong Kong last Wednesday. There next match in the tournament will be against Japan which is No, 28 on Wednesday.
According to gambling websites, South Korea is looking to win their third consecutive title. If they can win the 2019 title, it will give them five titles overall in the East Asian Football Tournament. Furthermore, if they can manage to win, they will become the first country to win three EAFF titles in a row.
According to football wagering websites, defensive back Kim Min-jae is the player to thank for the goal. In addition, they began the match at a disadvantage because they were down two players. Forward Kim Seung-dae because of a broken rib and Kim Moon-hwan for a quad injury.
Kim Min-jae put South Korea on the board with a thirteenth moment header off a Ju Se-jong corner. Kim, who plays his club football for Beijing Sinobo Guoan FC in the Chinese Super League, has scored two of his three worldwide objectives against China.
South Korea continued thumping on the Chinese group’s entryway for a protection objective that never came.
In the 22nd, Lee Yeong-jae’s left-foot strike just went over the crossbar. After nine minutes, Na Sang-ho diverted a Kim Min-jae cross with his chest yet the ball skiped wide of the correct post.
During the match, coach Paulo Bento made three substitutions on offense yet none paid off. For the defense, South Korea held their 75th-positioned rivals without a shot on goal. However, they did improve to 20-13-2 (wins-draws-misfortunes) against China.