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World Cup 2018 Review Show

Russia World Cup 2018 Review Show: South Korea

With the South Korean National Team having returned to the peninsular after exiting the 2018 World Cup in the group stages, our site editors Ryan Walters, Matthew Binns and Paul Neat sat down to review the Taeguk Warriors' performances during the tournament and what this means going forward for the K League and Korean football.

Like all memorable World Cup campaigns, Korea's stint at Russia saw heroes rise and villains born, hopes crushed and moments forged into history. While exiting at the first hurdle will not read well in the record books, an unforgettable victory against reigning champions Germany offset the disappointing showings in their previous two games, culminating in Korea finishing third in a 'group of death', restoring some national pride and somewhat bizarrely becoming Mexico's second favourite nation.

On Saturday afternoon, with the dust settling on Korea's efforts, our site editors Ryan Walters, Matthew Binns and Paul Neat sat down to go over the Taeguk Warriors' time in Russia, grading the goalkeepers, defence, midfield and attack before moving on to select their team MVP. They also discuss the future of manager Shin Tae-yong, in addition to what the aftermath of this World Cup will mean for the K League and Korean football as a whole.

You can watch the full review show below or by clicking here!




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