Live Match Update - Korea Republic v Qantas Socceroos
Catch all the action from the Qantas Socceroos match against Korea Republic
Full time: Korea 3-1
93' Shot - Bresciano - well the less said the better, didn't go anywhere near goal.
91' Shot - Kennedy - header hits the post from Bresciano's free kick.
Turnover in the middle of the park by Grella sees Park Ji-Sung released on left and he charges down the win and crosses brilliantly for Seol Ki-Hyun whose downward header gets across the line before Mark Schwarzer can claw it back.
87' Goal - SEOL Ki-Hyun
85' Stefanutto cross causes some anxious moments Lee Wong-Jae but hits the bar.
84' Shot - CHO Won-Hee - shoots over bar from just outside the box.
81' Aust sub - Milligan off - Matt Spiranovic on
80' Milligan is crunched by Seol.
78' Shot - Bresciano - from 30 metre free kick, which Lee Woon-Jae has to tip over the bar for a corner
77' Shot - Nick Carle - opened up for him but couldn't generate any power on shot.
76' Shot - YEOM Ki-Hun - shot from 20 yards is wide.
74' Yellow - Grella
73' Shot - Stefanutto - great strike on the volley from 20 yards that is brilliantly saved by Lee Woon-Jae. Turned away for a corner
71' Great ball movement by Australia (some 15-16 passes) and some great foot work by Nick Carle to get the ball to Kennedy, but his cross is just cut out.
63' Shot - Bresciano - crashes free kick into wall but wins a corner
60' Aust sub - Holman off - Nick Carle on
56' Shot - Kennedy heads wide from a Milligan long throw
Korea looking very threatening in the early stages of the second half
54' Shot - Kim Dong-Jin - heads a corner on goal that Schwarzer just scrambles to save.
50' Foul on Kennedy
Korea pressing but Australian defence holding firm
Second half is underway
Half time - 2-1 to Korea Republic
47+ Shot - Culina - great play by Australia and Culina is played through after run from deep, shot from outside the edge of the area is wide of the far post.
43' Corner - Aust - McDonald wins corner after nice run into box... Bresciano fires in a good cross and Lee Woon-Jae again just gets enough to deflect away.
41' Corner - Aust - Bresciano cross is fisted away by Lee Woon-Jae in front of Kennedy.
37' Shot - Kim Jung-Woo - corner played deep and tries a fairly ambitious shot over his head from 18 yards out that goes well out.
36' Yellow card - North
Australia receive free kick wide on left... Bresciano crosses and Kisnorbo beats Lee Woon-Jae to ball and heads into empty net.
35' Goal - Patrick Kisnorbo
33' Shot - Park Ji-Sung heads corner just over the bar.
32' Shot - Ki Sung-Yueng - hits 20 metre free kick, which Schwarzer does brilliantly to turn away for a corner.
30' Shot - McDonald - tries a shot from 25 metres but sails well over the bar.
29' Quick free kick by Australia, good ball movement around box, but Culina cross straight to Lee Woon-Jae
23' Shot - Kennedy - Holman cross to back post is met by Kennedy at back post, but header goes just wide of the near post. Good chance.
Poor marking by Australia at set piece, allows ball to be played back in towards near post and Lee Jung-Soo nips in to flick ball past Schwarzer.
21' Goal - Lee Jung-Soo
19' Shot - Park Chu-Young - 20 metre shot takes a slight deflection and Schwarzer almost cushions the ball over the line, but recovers to stop just before it goes over the line. Very lucky not to be two down.
17' Offside - Park Ji-Sung in dangerous position
14' Shot - McDonald - decent effort with little on from the corner of penalty box. Goes a few inches wide of the far post after being played through by Kennedy.
13' Foul by Culina
9' Corner - Korea - cleared by Kisnorbo
Error by Stefanutto in desperation to keep ball in, plays it straight into path of Lee Chung-Young. He goes forward quickly and lays great in behind defence for Park Chu-Young and he slides his shot past Mark Schwarzer.
5' Goal - Park Chu-Young
Pitch is not good and already you can see a lot balls bobbling and causes problems.
2' Long throw by Mark Milligan incredibly reaches the penalty spot, but Culina gives away a foul
Verbeek starting Kennedy and McDonald in same side, but McDonald playing in a deeper role than usual.
Korea Republic get the game underway.
The national anthems are being played.
A healthy crowd of about 30,000 is in the Seoul World Cup Stadium to watch this match between two of Asia's heavyweight nations.
Korea Republic starting line-up: 1. LEE Woon-Jae (gk); 4 CHO Yong-Hyung, 7 PARK Ji-Sung, 8 KIM Jung-Woo, 10 PARK Chu-Young, 12 LEE Young-Pyo, 14 LEE Jung-Soo, 15 KIMcDong-Jin, 16 KI Sung-Yueng, 17 LEE Chung-Yong, 20 LEE Dong-Gook Subs from: 18 JUNG Sung-Ryong (gk), 21 KIM Young-Kwang (gk), 2 OH Beom-Seok, 3 KANG Min-Soo, 5 KIM Nam-Il, 6 CHO Won-Hee, 9 SEOL Ki-Hyun, 11 LEE Keun-Ho, 13 KIM Chi-Woo, 19 YEOM Ki-Hun, 22 KIM Hyung-Il , 23 LEE Seung-Hyun
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