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World Cup: Korea Republic

Thanks Lippi! China hail coach after upset win

thanks lippi! china hail coach after upset win
Chinese fans and state-run media heaped praise on coach Marcello Lippi on Friday after a stunning win over South Korea kept their World Cup qualifying campaign alive.
SuperSport

Stielike gets vote of confidence despite China defeat

stielike gets vote of confidence despite china defeat
Uli Stielike's future as the South Korea head coach is safe despite the stunning 1-0 defeat to China in Thursday's World Cup qualifier, Korean FA chief Chung Mong-gyu said on Friday.
SuperSport Also reported by •SBSDNA

Videos for World Cup: Korea Republic

News video: Maradona repeats 'hand of God' moment

Maradona repeats 'hand of God' moment 02:12

Diego Maradona tries his 'hand of god' moment in a five-a-side soccer match - only this time the referee spots the offence
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News video: Maradona repeats 'hand of God' moment

Maradona repeats 'hand of God' moment 02:12

Diego Maradona tries his 'hand of god' moment in a five-a-side soccer match - only this time the referee spots the offence
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News video: Soccer legend Maradona arrives in South Korea for Under-20 World Cup draw

Soccer legend Maradona arrives in South Korea for Under-20 World Cup draw 01:26


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China’s World Cup fire is alive after South Korea win, but there is still a long way to go: Marcello Lippi

Coach Marcello Lippi described China’s much-heralded win over South Korea on Thursday as keeping the Russia 2018 qualification “tinder alive for us” but the veteran World Cup winning Italian..
S.China Morning Post

Euphoria in Chinese media as World Cup win over South Korea is hailed as a ‘football miracle’

Chinese media reacted jubilantly to the country’s 1-0 win over South Korea that kept slim World Cup 2018 qualification hopes alive. Official state newspaper The People’s Daily summed up the..
S.China Morning Post

Chinese Soccer Team Upsets South Korean Rivals

China’s national soccer team scored a slim upset victory over South Korea, keeping its hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup alive and averting threats of fan unrest amid a continuing feud..
Wall Street Journal

China beats South Korea in grudge football match

Long march to World Cup with clash fuelled by tension over missile defence system
FT.com

10,0000 police turn out to guard China v South Korea match

10,0000 police turn out to guard china v south korea match
China deployed top level security for its match against South Korea in order to prevent violent clashes for the World Cup Qualifier. The match which took place earlier today resulted in a China win.
MailOnline India

China keep World Cup dream alive

china keep world cup dream alive
Marcello Lippi's China stunned South Korea 1-0 in a politically charged World Cup qualifier on Thursday to give themselves a glimmer of hope of reaching next year's tournament in Russia.
SuperSport

Marcello Lippi's China shocks South Korea in World Cup qualifying

marcello lippi's china shocks south korea in world cup qualifying
The Chinese are still a ways from qualifying for Russia 2018 but have a valuable three points in hand.
FOX Sports Also reported by •SI.com

Lippi leads China over SKorea 1-0 in World Cup qualifier

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) " Marcello Lippi earned his biggest victory since taking over as coach of China's national soccer team, leading his squad to a 1-0 victory over South Korea on Thursday in a..
New Zealand Herald

Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Thursday, March 23

Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Thursday: SOCCER World Cup 2018 qualifiers Asian World Cup qualifying China sink South Korea BEIJING - China beat South Korea 1-0 on Thursday to keep alive their..
DNA

Soccer-Yu header boosts China's slim World Cup hopes

China, who are second bottom in Group A, move onto five points from six games, five points adrift of second-placed South Korea.
DNA

Dabao keeps China hopes alive

Marcello Lippi's China stunned South Korea 1-0 in a politically charged World Cup qualifier on Thursday to give themselves a glimmer of hope of reaching next year's tournament in Russia. Yu Dabao..
Deccan Herald

Seeds of growth as China claim historic win over South Korea, but too little too late for World Cup chances

China claimed a historic win over South Korea in Thursday’s Russia 2018 qualifier, but while the seeds of growth and development under a World Cup-winning coach were plain to see, it is still..
S.China Morning Post

China 1 South Korea 0: Yu the man

Yu Dabao’s goal led China to a surprise 1-0 World Cup qualifying win over South Korea as the hosts secured their first victory in Group A. Marcello Lippi’s side had not even scored on the road to..
SoccerNews.com

10,000 Chinese police ready for trouble at football game between national team and South Korea

More than 10,000 police officers will be deployed in a southern Chinese city to ensure an expected 30,000 spectators play by the rules at a World Cup qualifier match on Thursday evening between the..
S.China Morning Post

Chinese soccer fans flock to the streets after surprise win over arch-rival South Korea

Chinese fans erupted in euphoria after a surprise victory over its arch-rival South Korea in a crucial World Cup qualifier on Thursday, only the third time for Chinese national soccer team to have done..
S.China Morning Post


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