S. Korean men’s football team looking to end winless streak against Uruguay

S. Korean men’s football team looking to end winless streak against Uruguay


it is international friendly match day
in the world of soccer and South Korea is looking to end its winless streak
against South American Peres house or grave the South Korea men’s football
team ranked 55th and the FIFA rankings will face number five ranked to Uruguay
a Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8 p.m. Korea time the tiger Warriors have yet
to beat Uruguay and their seven previous meetings collecting only one draw while
putting up six losses but the new South Korean manager Paulo bento is looking to
end his team’s dry spell and his third friendly match with the team in front of
jam-packed supporters ticket sales for national team matches have boomed since
vendor took charge with all 65,000 seats for the latest fixture being sold out in
just one day

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