Hee-Chan’s stoppage time goal helps South Korea defeat Portugal, qualify for last-16 of FIFA World Cup 2022

Hee-Chan's stoppage time goal helps South Korea defeat Portugal, qualify for last-16 of FIFA World Cup 2022

Doha [Qatar]: Hwang Hee-Chan’s goal in stoppage time aided South Korea stun Portugal 2-1 in their last Group H match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 being played at the Education City Arena. With this win, the Koreans made it to the pre-quarters.
The 2016 Euro Champions started off strongly taking the lead in the 5th min of the suit. Diogo Dalot’s assist helped Ricardo Horta take a right-footed shot from very close quarters to the high centre of the objective. Ten mins later Portugal strove again as Joao Cancelo’s right-footed shot from a challenging angle left wing was conserved in the bottom ideal corner. Pepe likewise attempted a through ball yet this time Cancelo was captured offside.
South Korea made their first aggressive move in the 16th minute when Son Heung-Min’s right-footed effort with the help of Jung Woo-Young’s assist from the left side of the box was obstructed.
In the next minute, Jung Woo-Young tried a through round yet Kim Jin-Su was captured offside.
Lastly, in the 27th minute, South Korea took care of to level ball game 1-1 when Kim Young-Gwon’s left foot shot from really close quarters to the centre of the goal adhering to a corner.
In the 30th min, Pepe attempted a through round yet Cristiano Ronaldo was captured offside. Both the teams entered into half-time with the score level at 1-1.
Both groups made many attempts in the 2nd fifty percent but fell short to score. The suit went to the stoppage time where Child Heung-Min’s assist helped Hee-Chan take a right-footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner to offer their group a 2-1 win and make it to pre-quarters.
Portugal had 6 shots on target therefore did South Korea. In terms of belongings Portugal was far ahead having 62 percent while Korea had only 38.
South Korea are most likely mosting likely to deal with Team G winners Brazil. On the other hand, Portugal will tackle Switzerland, Cameroon or Serbia.

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