The round of 16 at the FIFA U20 World Cup is complete.

The South Korea U20 team, led by head coach Kim Eun-joong, drew 0-0 with the Gambia in their third match of Group F at the FIFA U20 World Cup at Estadio Malvinas Argentina at 6 a.m. ET on Monday (June 29). With the one point, South Korea advances to the Round of 16 in second place in the group behind the Gambia.

South Korea’s Round of 16 opponent is Ecuador, who finished second in Group B. Ecuador advanced to the round of 16 with two wins and one loss in a group with the United States, Slovakia, and Fiji. After falling 0-1 to the United States in the first round, the team defeated Slovakia 2-1 in the second round and then finished second with a 9-0 win over Fiji in the third round. South Korea had previously reached the final at the 2019 tournament in Poland, beating Ecuador 1-0 in the semifinals.

South Korea’s first opponent, France, defeated Honduras 3-1 in the final but failed to advance to the round of 16. The top four teams in Group A through F qualify for the round of 16 as wild cards. However, Flanders (1-2-2, 3 points, 0 goals against) did not make the top four, behind Slovakia, who finished third in Group B, and Tunisia (1-2-2, 3 points, +1 goals against) in Group E. The French had one more goal in the final match. Had France scored one more goal in their final match, they would have advanced to the round of 16 on goal difference ahead of Slovakia and Tunisia.

Japan was also eliminated in the group stage. Grouped with Colombia, Israel, and Senegal, Japan defeated Senegal 1-0 in the first game, but lost to Colombia and Israel 1-2 in the second and third games. In both games, they came from behind to lose, dropping them to third place in the group. Japan (D1, L2, P3, Goal Differential -1) was the lowest of the three, failing to advance to the Round of 16. It was their first group stage exit in 22 years, since 2001.

The first match of the round of 16 on Aug. 31 pits Group B’s No. 1 USA against Group A’s No. 3 New Zealand. It will be followed by a match between Group A runner-up Uzbekistan and Group C runner-up Israel.메이저놀이터

On June 1, Group C’s top-ranked Colombia and Group B’s third-ranked Slovakia will meet, while Group D’s top-ranked Brazil will take on Group E’s third-ranked Tunisia. ‘Hosts’ Argentina will play Nigeria, who finished third in Group D, in the quarterfinals. There will also be a “big match” between Group E’s top-ranked England and Group D’s second-ranked Italy.

South Korea and Ecuador will play on Feb. 2. The Gambia, who finished first in Group F, will face Uruguay, who finished second in Group E.

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