SONG & CO GET SAMBA’D BY RONALDO AND FRIENDS

Feyenoord’s Chong-Gug Song claimed a place from the start, but South Korea went down to a last-gasp suckpunch in Seoul Wednesday, as Brazil left the Far East with a spectacular 3-2 win. The home side led twice through strikes by Seol and Ahn, but the South Americans clawed back through Ronaldo, before Ronaldinho converted a penalty in added time. Song put in a good performance before making way for Choi early in the second half.

In a game played at high tempo, Brazil played in a wily counterattacking manner that made the most of speed merchant Ronaldo’s pace. Chong-Gug Song played on the right of midfield but was often forced to help out in defence as the Koreans struggled to curb the yellow and green peril. The game looked like ending all-square, until Marcio Amoroso was hauled down in the final seconds and Ronaldinho coolly stroke home the resulting penalty to claim all the spoils. SOUTH-KOREA 2-3 BRAZIL 1-0 Seol (7.) 1-1 Ronaldo (18.) 2-1 Ahn (56.) 2-2 Ronaldo (68.) 2-3 Ronaldinho (90., penalty)

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