Surprising draw

First half was absolutely under German players control.

Phillip Freudinger scored the 1st German goal in the 25' and also the second one in the 33' but unlucky when the match was properly closed South Korea scored his first goal thanks to (again) an own goal from Phillip.
Then the match gets crazy and 11 minutes after his entry in the match Haechelo Park scored the second goal for South Korea in the 51'.

This result will award Spain with the 9th place if they are able to beat Finland tomorow. But Finland is also competing for the 12th position against korea.

Lets join us tomorrow.

South Korea
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT6 RFD
60'
3
FT7 C
22'
22'
5
FT8 C
40'
40'
6
FT7 C
60'
10
FT6 C
60'
11
FT7 R
60'
14
FT7 C
60'
2
FT7 CNS
0'
7
FT6 CRS
0'
8
FT6 RFD
5'
55'
9
FT6 CRS
0'
12
FT7 RFD
38'
22'
13
FT7 C
15'
51'
40'
55'
Head coach: Jorge Peleteiro Rubio
Germany
 
Name
Class
Played
Goals Scored
Sub In
Sub Out
Yellow
Red
1
FT5 C
60'
3
FT2 C
58'
58'
6
FT2 R
60'
8
FT2 R
60'
60'
9
FT7 C
60'
25', 33', 44' (o.g)
13
FT5 C
38'
38'
20'
2
FT1 R
0'
60'
5
FT7 RFD
0'
7
FT2 R
2'
58'
10
FT2 R
22'
38'
Head coach: Thomas Pfannkuch