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S Korea Vs Sweden: Read How South Korean Coach Confused Opponents to Take Strategic Lead

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It is difficult for Westerners to distinguish between Asian, and it worked for the South Korean football team.

South Korea national coach Shin Tae-Young heard that an opponent’s spy has been watching team South Korea practicing before high profile game between South Korea and Sweden.
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He takes advantage of westerners’ weakness to be not able to distinguish between Asian, and swap shirts of players to confuse them to gain a strategic lead ahead to match while having final training sessions.

Although, South Korea has lost the match by 1-0 as Swedish caption scored a goal on the controversial penalty given in favor of Sweden. This is South Korea first loss in 20 years in their opening world cup match. On the other hand, Sweden has qualified for world cup after 12 years.

Author: Ajeet Chaubey


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