This is South Korea’s first win in the World Cup, while Japan is still waiting for its first win after two matches. Belgium and Germany, the other two teams in Pool B, played out a thrilling 2-2 draw to end the day’s play on Tuesday. Belgium top Pool B on goal difference but are level with Germany with four points from two matches.
Korea came back from a one-goal deficit in the match to beat Japan 2–1. Lee Jung Jun scored field goals in the 8th and 23rd minutes for the winning team. On the other hand, the first and only goal for Japan was scored by Ken Nagayoshi in the first minute from a penalty corner. South Korea’s team has got three points with this win and it is in third place. The team had lost 0-5 to Belgium in the first match. On the other hand, the Japanese team was also defeated 3–0 by Germany in the first match.
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