1 hr 7 min

A Review of Korea's 2022 World Cup Campaign The K League United Podcast

    • Soccer

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In the end, Korea would fall at the hands of Brazil, losing 4-1 in the Round of 16. However, their efforts and performances in this World Cup left supporters hopeful of the future for the Taegeuk Warriors. This K League United Podcast looks at Korea's time in Qatar and ahead to legacy this might leave.
 
Korea's progression to the knockout stage of the World Cup for the first time since 2010 was where the fairytale was to end as they came up against one of the tournament favourites Brazil in blistering form. However, Korea exit the tournament viewed in a far more positive light, both at home and overseas, for the entertaining, attacking displays and that dramatic finish against Portugal.
 
Matthew Binns is joined by Ryan Walters and Michael Redmond to go over the Brazil game and the competition as a whole before moving onto the future for Korea's National Team. With manager Paulo Bento announcing he is stepping down from the position, there's also time to talk about the legacy he will leave.
 
All this and more on The K League United Podcast.

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In the end, Korea would fall at the hands of Brazil, losing 4-1 in the Round of 16. However, their efforts and performances in this World Cup left supporters hopeful of the future for the Taegeuk Warriors. This K League United Podcast looks at Korea's time in Qatar and ahead to legacy this might leave.
 
Korea's progression to the knockout stage of the World Cup for the first time since 2010 was where the fairytale was to end as they came up against one of the tournament favourites Brazil in blistering form. However, Korea exit the tournament viewed in a far more positive light, both at home and overseas, for the entertaining, attacking displays and that dramatic finish against Portugal.
 
Matthew Binns is joined by Ryan Walters and Michael Redmond to go over the Brazil game and the competition as a whole before moving onto the future for Korea's National Team. With manager Paulo Bento announcing he is stepping down from the position, there's also time to talk about the legacy he will leave.
 
All this and more on The K League United Podcast.

1 hr 7 min