South Korea really fired up

FINGERS will be seriously crossed for South Korea in their final Group ‘H’ match against Portugal, where a victory is crucial to make it to the quarterfinals.

South Korea, with Tottenham striker Son Heung-min at the helm, remains still very bitter and to stand any chance of leap-frogging the African side, they must secure the three points, which may be a tall order.  

KOREA GEARED UP If Ghana and Uruguay draw, in a match happening simultaneously on Friday, South Korea will need to beat Portugal by two clear goals to advance. 

PROTESTS TO REFEREE Coach Paulo Bento, red-carded for his aggressive protests to the referee, will now be suspended for the showdown against his native Portugal.