Germany vs South Korea 0-2 Match Goal & HighLight 2018 World Cup


South Korea's Kim Yong-Gun advanced a deadly goal against Germany during the World Cup match. Kim Jung-Gun scored the goal in the 91st minute of the game following a cross from a kernic strike.

Match Goals & HighLights



Goals of the match between Germany and South Korea .. Asian team progresses two goals in the lost time

Sun Hyung-Min strengthened his team's lead from a counter-attack that took advantage of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer's advance and put the ball into the net.

Germany face their third game of the 2018 World Cup, South Korea in the last round of Group F, Wednesday evening, at the Kazan Arena.

Mexico top the Group F with 6 points, followed by Sweden with 3 points, equally with third Germany, and South Korea in last place without points.

South Korea hit Germany and bid farewell to World Cup

The German team has conceded the World Cup, in one of the biggest surprises so far, for the first time since the World Cup since 1938.

South Korea won a 2-0 win in the third and final round of Group F matches.

At the same time, the Swedes beat Mexico 3-0, helping them qualify for the last 16.

Sweden lead the group by 6 points with a goal difference from second-placed Mexico.

Manchavt dropped the World Cup in third place with 3 points, and the team of Korea Group B3 also.

The two teams continued to be drawn up for the rest of the game until the second minute of injury time. The referee ruled out a goal for South Korea for infiltration, and then returned to VAR with the goal of Kim Yong-gun.

In the final minute of extra time, Sun Hyong Min added the second goal to South Korea.

The match ended with a 2-0 victory over South Korea, but despite the win they called the competition with Germany, holder of the title of the last version.

Sweden and Mexico are in Group G with Brazil, Switzerland, Serbia and Costa Rica.

The Costa Rican side has already given up the competition, and the conflict is raging tonight with a match between Brazil and Serbia, and another between Switzerland and Costa Rica.

Brazil are top of the group with 4 points, Switzerland second with 4 points and Serbia with 3 points.