2010 World Cup, Argentina Vs. South Korea: Martin Demichelis Mistake Gifts Lee Chong-Yong, South Korea Goal

Bolton Wanderers' winger  Lee Chong-Yong has pulled South Korea within won in first half stoppage time after an Argentina mistake gifted the him a goal.

Center half Martin Demichelis misplayed a ball along the back line.  A long ball played by Korean `keeper Jung Sung-Ryong went to Demichelis after a aerial challenge, but lackadaisical play from the defender allowed a defender to sneak -up on him.  Lee was in the gift place to take the misplay and go in alnoe toward goalkeeper Sergio Romero.  The South Korean calmly finished past the oncoming keeper to give the Koreans a shocking goal, pulling them to within one.

Moments after the goal was scored, the referee blew time on the first half, sending the teams into the dressing rooms with Argentina up 2-1.

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