South Korea sees nothing to lose in the World Cup. Coach Paolo Bento believes they have nothing to fear against five-time world champions Brazil in the first round of the knockout stage. At the same time, he is confident of beating Brazil.
The reality of this year’s World Cup is what Korea is hoping for. The ticket to the knockout stages was secured by defeating Portugal in the final group match on added time goals. Group runners-up due to scoring more goals than Uruguay. They will face Brazil in the last sixteen on Monday (05 December). The match will start at 1 PM at Doha Stadium 974.
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Korea sees this World Cup as a big opportunity to make its mark. The team’s Portuguese coach Bento is optimistic that his students will fight with their best. He said we are not afraid of world-class players. We also have world-class players on our team. We have a chance. Most importantly we want to show that we want to win, compete and fight until the final whistle.