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Son Heung-Min scores for South Korea to reach Asian Games knockout stage

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Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-Min scored the only goal as South Korea booked their place in the knockout stages of the Asian Games with a 1-0 win over Kyrgyzstan in Jakarta.

Son's 63rd-minute strike sets them up against Iran in the round of 16 on Thursday.

South Korea had lost their second of three group games 2-1 to Malaysia, making the game against Kyrgyzstan a must-win for them to advance from the group stage.

Victory for South Korea at the Games will ensure none of the players there will...

Son Heung-min and South Korea fall to Malaysia at Asian Games

BANDUNG, Indonesia -- In his last start a week ago Son Heung-min helped Tottenham to a win in the Premier League. In his last start in a South Korea jersey Son scored late in a World Cup upset group stage win over 2014 champion Germany in June.

He was a long way from there on Friday, when his belated start to the Asian Games ended in a 2-1 loss to Malaysia that left him feeling ashamed in front of 4,125 fans on the outskirts of Bandung, the capital of Indonesia's West Java province.

After getting...

Former Portugal boss Paulo Bento named new South Korea coach

South Korea have named Paulo Bento as the new coach of the national team with the former Portugal boss taking over immediately.

The Taeguk Warriors have been looking for a replacement for Shin Tae-yong, who was not given a new contract after the 2018 World Cup in which Korea exited the tournament at the group stage.

Bento, 49, took Portugal to the semifinal of Euro 2012 though was soon on his way after a disappointing group stage exit at the 2014 World Cup. Subsequent spells in Greece, Brazil and...

Tottenham's Son Heung-min arrives in Indonesia for Asian Games with South Korea

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Tottenham forward Son Heung-min landed in Indonesia on Monday as he prepares to play for South Korea at the Asian Games.

Son will be one of three overage players in the under-23 team. If South Korea win the gold medal, Son will be exempt from 21 months of military service, an obligation he is otherwise expected to start within the next two years.

"Of course our target is gold but it is a long way to get to the final," Son said on his arrival at Bandung International Airport. "How we approach the...

South Korea kickoffs put back for first time ever as heatwave strikes

Record-breaking temperatures that have caused 30 deaths in South Korea have forced the country's top-flight K-League to delay kickoffs until after sunset for the first time ever this weekend.

Temperatures hit 39.6 degrees Centigrade (103.28 degrees Farenheit) in the capital, Seoul, on Wednesday -- the highest since weather authorities began monitoring them in 1907.

Lee Jong-kwoun, a K-League public relations official, told Reuters that, after discussions with the clubs, it had been agreed to push...