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South Korea 2 vs. Italy 1 in the 2002 World Cup

Information about the Round of 16 game played in the 2002 Soccer World Cup between the National Teams of Italy and South Korea with details about goals, starters and reserves, substitutions, cards and more.

Game played in the

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2002

( 1 - 0 )
on extra time
Goals:
Goal min 18
18'
Christian Vieri
88'
Goal min 88
Ki Hyeon Seol
117'
Goal min 117
Jung Hwan Ahn

Players

South Korea South Korea
Pos Je Player
Starters
GK
1.
DF
4.
DF
7.
63'
DF
20.
83'
MF
5.
68'
MF
6.
MF
10.
MF
19.
Goal min 117
MF
21.
MF
22.
FW
9.
Goal min 88
Entered
FW
14.
68'
FW
16.
83'
FW
18.
63'
Other Reserves
GK
12.
GK
23.
DF
2.
DF
15.
MF
3.
MF
13.
MF
17.
FW
8.
FW
11.
Coach: Guus Hiddink
Italy Italy
Pos Je Player
Starters
GK
1.
DF
2.
DF
3.
DF
4.
DF
15.
MF
6.
MF
17.
MF
19.
72'
FW
7.
61'
FW
10.
FW
21.
Goal min 18
Entered
MF
8.
61'
MF
16.
72'
Other Reserves
GK
12.
GK
22.
DF
5.
DF
13.
DF
23.
MF
11.
MF
14.
FW
9.
FW
18.
FW
20.
Coach: Giovanni Trapattoni

Abbreviations and Notes:
Pos = Position. It shows the player's natural position but not necessarily the one he played in this particular game
Positions: GK: Goalkeeper / DF: Defender / MF: Midfielder / FW: Forward
Je. = Jersey number / (C) = Captain / HT: at half-time

Cards

National Team
Player
Card and Minutes
Italy
Italy
Francesco Coco
4' yellow card
South Korea
South Korea
Tae Young Kim
17' yellow card
Italy
Italy
Francesco Totti
22' yellow card
Italy
Italy
Damiano Tommasi
55' yellow card
Italy
Italy
Cristiano Zanetti
59' yellow card
South Korea
South Korea
Chong Gug Song
80' yellow card
South Korea
South Korea
Chun Soo Lee
99' yellow card
Italy
Italy
Francesco Totti
103' ejection - red card for second yellow
South Korea
South Korea
Jin Cheul Choi
115' yellow card

Substitutions

South Korea South Korea
Minute
63
Sun Hong Hwang
replaced
Tae Young Kim
Minute
68
Chun Soo Lee
replaced
Nam Il Kim
Minute
83
Du Ri Cha
replaced
Myung Bo Hong
Italy Italy
Minute
61
Gennaro Gattuso
replaced
Alessandro Del Piero
Minute
72
Angelo Di Livio
replaced
Gianluca Zambrotta

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