World Cup 2010, Nigeria Vs. South Korea: Lee Jung-Soo's Second World Cup Goal Equalizes For South Korea

A perfectly executed set piece from South Korea, with some help from poor Nigerian marking, has given Lee Jung-Soo his second goal of this World Cup and South Korea an equalizing goal against Nigeria.

Minutes after Kalu Uche hit the right post, South Korea earned a dead ball opportunity on their left flank, with Ki Sung-Yeung bending an inswinger onto the far post, with Lee’s header back across goal giving South Korea their first goal of the match.

Between their even score with Nigeria and Greece’s 0-0 scoreline against Argentina, South Korea would qualify for the knockout stage, if results hold.

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