• Short Summary

    In Kuala Lumpur, South Korea restored its reputations as one of the best Asian soccer teams with a 3-0 victory over Japan in a semi-final of the Merdeka Tournament.

  • Description


    WS Kick-off and play (Korea right to left)
    6 ft


    CA crowd
    8 ft


    WS play in front Japanese goal
    12 ft


    MS play - Koreans score first goal
    15 ft


    MS Korean players hug
    18 ft


    CA crowd
    20 ft


    MS Japanese play ball to Korean goal - grabbed by keeper
    27 ft


    CA crowd
    30 ft


    WS 2nd half - play in from Japanese goal
    31 ft


    MS Korean Park Ee Chun scores 2nd Korean goal
    38 ft


    CA crowd cheer
    41 ft


    WS Japanese kick-off play again
    51 ft


    MS play
    54 ft


    Ms Koreans score third seal
    58 ft


    WS crowd
    60 ft



    Initials rgh/vs/kt


    SPORT: SOCCER

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: In Kuala Lumpur, South Korea restored its reputations as one of the best Asian soccer teams with a 3-0 victory over Japan in a semi-final of the Merdeka Tournament.

    The win on Wednesday night puts South Korea against Malaysia in the final this weekend of the 11-nation tournament. Korean strategy relied on bottling up Japan's top goal scorer, top goal scorer, Kunishige Kamamoto - a job ably done by Korean centre half, Kim Ho.

    The breakthrough for Korea, in the dark jerseys, came in the 29th minute when Park Soo Duck dribbled past three Japanese defenders and shot from five yards out into the left corner.

    Japan's best chance came in the first half when left winger Yasuhiko Okudera went away on his own with a brilliant dribble that took him to within 15 yards of the goal. But his shot passed over the cross bar.

    South Korea increased its lead in the 58th minute when right winger park Ee Chun slammed the second goal home after a melee in front of the goal. Their third goal came just five minutes later when Chun again took the honours after evading a strong challenge from the Japanese defence line.

    Korea meets Malaysia's olympic sido in the final while Japan, bronze medallists in the 1968 olympics, play the Malaysian Second team for the minor places.

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  • Data

    Film ID:
    VLVAB8KLB112SGGQRMTRHHNAB47MA
    Media URN:
    VLVAB8KLB112SGGQRMTRHHNAB47MA
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    28/07/1972
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:37:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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