South Korea disappointed Asian fans at the World Cup, after having lost to Belgium in group games, as 10 men contributed to the loss simultaneously after the elimination of midfielder Steven Defour.
South Korea would have to strike three goals to make it to the finals, after Jan Vertonghen scored out goal keeper, Kim Seung-gyu, which in turn triumphed over forward, Divock Origi.
Belgian coach, Marc Wilmots, was cconfident that Origi would not get into a 16 round.
Origi still had more power than Adnan Januzaj, who may predict victory for Belgium against Kosovo and England. Suspicions arose having Wilmots see Januzaj as exhibiting absence of strength during training.
Manchester United has shown prominence in the accuracy of the premonition of a victory as the team scored triumphant goals in previous matches. The elimination of Nacer Chadli did not come as a surprise, though, after a failure to make winning goal strikes for his team.
Belgium saw its winning moments in the match, when suddenly; Kim Shin-wook stepped over Defour and made him fall to the ground. Australian referee, Ben Williams, proved to play it right in pushing his team forward in the tournament.
Meanwhile, a sombre South Korea manager, Hong Myung-bo, said “It was my shortcomings as coach that caused this result,” Hong was obviously stressed out due to disappointment as he left the post-game press conference scratching his nose in dismay, and avoiding media’s questioning if he would still stay as Korea’s manager until the Asian cup ends next year.