1999

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FIFA

World Youth AFC Qualifying 31st Asian Youth U19 Championship

Korea Republic - Kazakhstan 2:2 a.e.t. (2:2, 0:0)
4:3 penalty kicks
Match:
  22
Date:
29.Oct.1998
Stadium/Venue:
CHIANGMAI
Time:
18:30h
Spectators:
5000

Goals Scored:
DINAYEV MURAT (KAZ) (59') , TARASSOV YEVGENIY (KAZ) (62') , NAH Hee Geun (KOR) (83') , LEE Bum Jig (KOR) (90') .

Korea Republic Kazakhstan
[ 1] KIM Yong Dae (GK ) [ 1] LORIYA DAVID
[ 2] KOO Dae Ryung [15] DINAYEV MURAT (-60')
[ 4] LEE Yoon Sup (-59') [ 5] CORBANEV SERCFY
[ 6] YEON Jung Heum (-60') [ 9] TRAVIN ANDREY
[ 8] CHUN Jae Ho [13] RUMISHEKOV AIDAR
[14] PARK Dong Gook [ 2] PROSKURIN DENIS
[16] SONG Chong Gug [12] URAZAYEV YERLAN
[10] KIM Eun Jung [ 8] KHODYKIN MIKHAIL (-54')
[20] LEE Dong-gook [ 6] ALIYEV ALI
[18] CHUNG Yong Hoon (-37') [10] AKKAZYNOV ALIKHAN (-75')
[11] SEOL Ki-kyun [ 3] SOLOSHENKO IGOR

Substitutes: Substitutes:
[19] HAN Dong Jin (GK , Capt ) [16] ARTEMOV VITALIY
[ 3] LEE Bum Jig (+59') [19] SHJVE OLEG (+75')
[ 5] KIM Sang In [11] TARASSOV YEVGENIY (+60')
[23] CHOI Hyung Joon [21] ZEMTSOV KONSTANTIN (+54')
[ 7] LEE Jung Soo [24] TLESHEV MURAT
[ 9] NAH Hee Geun (+37') [20] SOLOVARENKO DENIS
[12] NO Byung Jun (+60')
[17] KO Bong Hyun

Coach: Coach:
PARK CHANG SUN FOMICHEV VLADIMIR

Cautions:
URAZAYEV YERLAN (KAZ) (28') , TARASSOV YEVGENIY (KAZ) (86') .

Expulsions:

Match Officials:

Referee: ISSA HAZIM, IRQ  Asst. Ref. 1: EBRAHIM A, BHR
4th Official: NIK AHMAD, MYS  Asst. Ref. 2: SELLAHEWA G, SRI

Match Summary:
Korea won this match 4-3 on penalty kicks to earn the right to meet Japan in the final. Both teams were deadlocked 2-2 at the end of regulation time and extra time failed to yield the expected "golden goal". The second semi-final almost turned out to be a nightmare for the defending champions. All this because Korea failed to score in the first half despite the numerous opportunities presented. In fact, Korea did just about everything but score! As it was, Kazakhstan emboldened by the Korean impotency swung from defensive to attacking play into the second half. Credit must be given though to the Kazakhstan side for their courage and flair in attack. At the heart of the Kazakhstan game was also the superb performance of goalkeeper Loriya David who time and again frustrated the Korean attack with his dives and mid-air saves. Kazakhstan's both goals came off swift counterattacks and their ability to exploit the Korean weakness on the flanks and the middle. Kazakhstan first scored when in a counter-attack an unmarked Dinayev Murat hit a well timed shot which had the Korean goalkeeper completely beaten. Then, from a cross on the left, a lurking Terassoiv Yeveniv moved quickly to latch onto to the ball and put it into goal. Korea were fully stretched at the point and really sweating to get back into the fight. In the 83th minute, Nah Hee Geun hit a pile driver of a shot from about 35 meters and it streaked into goal to make it 1-2. With just seven minutes left it was hard to imagine the Korean's getting the equalizer. But get it they did and it came almost at the end of time with Lee Bun Jig rising well in the box to head in a corner kick. Still, winning the match in extra-time proved an impossible task for Korea and it was left to penalty kicks to decide the outcome. As it was Song Chong Gug (No. 16), Chun Jao Ho (No 8), Seol Li Hyeon and Koo Dae Ryung found the mark in the shoot-out while Kim Eun Jung missed. For Kazakhstan, the scorers were Urazayev Yerlan (No 12), Tarassov Yeveniy (No 11), Soloshenko Igor (No 3) while Ahiyev Ali and Kumisebekov Aidar missed.

MVP: No.1 Kazakhstan