Cho Gue-Sung of South Korea scored two early second half targets to make a comeback within the FIFA World Cup group stage match towards Ghana on the Schooling Metropolis Stadium on Monday.
The 24 year-old made a run behind the Ghana backline to attain the primary purpose within the 58th minute, scoring from a Kang-In Lee cross, entire doubled the purpose tally with a towering header three minutes later.
South Korea was trailing at half-time with gals from Mohammed Salisu and Mohammed Kudus, however two targets from Cho have Korea Republic hopes of a comeback, inflicting a meltdown amongst Korean followers within the stadium.
South Korea, coming into the match after a draw towards Uruguay, was on the lookout for a win whereas it’s a must-win match for Ghana, as a loss for the Black Stars would ends its Qatar 2022 marketing campaign tonight.
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Like Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, who had began as a defender early on in his profession, Cho had began as a defensive midfielder on the Gwangju College, however ultimately modified his place as a striker.
Cho honed his expertise with the Korean League second division aspect, FC Anyang, the place he was chosen within the staff of the season after turning into the third-highest purpose scorer within the league.
He moved to Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors within the subsequent season and ended the 2022 season because the to scorer of the Okay League 1 and likewise led his staff to the league title.
His targets have saved religion within the Asian powerhouse within the FIFA World Cup, however a second purpose by Mohammed Kudus has dimmed that to a substantial extent. With 10 minutes of regulation time left within the match, South Korea will look to steal a degree with a purpose right here, or play its final match, towards Portugal, as a must-win fixture.
Making his debut for the South Korea Nationwide staff in September final yr, he scored a purpose towards Lebanon within the FIFA World Cup qualifier and has six targets to his identify for the aspect.