Japan vs South Korea

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==MATCH INFO==
FIFA U-20 World Cup Playoffs
Team : Japan vs South Korea
Date : June, 4, 2019
Start Time : 11:30 AM ET
Live/Repeat:Live

Japan vs South Korea Live

Lodz: Japan and Korea Republic are set to lock horns in the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup Round of 16 on Tuesday, with both sides looking to continue their fine recent form and claim a place in the competition’s last eight.

Join the-AFC.com as we reveal all you need to know about the meeting between the two Asian powerhouses in Lublin – the winners of which will play either Senegal or Nigeria in the quarter-finals.

Group stage form

Japan head into the encounter having not lost a game during the group stage, a run of form that saw them finish second in Group B behind Italy. The Japanese drew 1-1 in their opening game against Ecuador, before impressing throughout a 3-0 win over Mexico. A 0-0 draw with Italy duly sealed their ticket through to the knockout phase.

Korea Republic, meanwhile, won two and lost one of their three group stage matches en route to a second-place finish in Group F. After losing narrowly to Portugal, the Koreans claimed victories in their next two fixtures, beating South Africa 1-0 and six-time champions Argentina 2-1 – a win which ensured their progress to the next phase.

Leading goalscorers

Taisei Miyashiro (pictured above), who shone brightly during the 2018 AFC U-19 Championship in Indonesia, scored twice against Mexico to top Japan’s goalscoring chart. Kim Hyun-woo, Oh Se-hun and Cho Young-wook have all found the net once for Korea Republic.

Previous meetings

FIFA U-20 World Cup history

Japan made their FIFA U-20 World Cup debut as hosts in 1979. In their past nine global outings, the young Samurai Blue have progressed beyond the group stage seven times, including three last-eight finishes. Their best performance to date came in 1999 when a team featuring the likes of Shinji Ono and Junichi Inamoto lost in the final to Spain.

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