Team GB vs South Korea Olympics 1-1 Highlights 2012 4-5 Penalties Video Quarterfinal Goals Ji Dong Won Ramsey

By Soccer Blog | Aug 5, 2012

Team GB vs South Korea 2012 ( Great Britain Korea Republic VIDEO BELOW)

Score/Result:- Team GB vs South Korea 1-1 ( Ramsey pen/ Dong Ji Won)- Korea win 5-4 on penalties

Millenium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales- 4 August, 2012- Saturday- 4/8/2012- London Olympics Quarterfinal

Team Great Britain are knocked out of the London Olympics as Korea Republic beat them 5-4 on penalties to set up a last four clash with Brazil U23 at Wembley. Ramsey with a missed penalty in normal time.

Team GB vs South Korea 0-1 ( Dong Ji Won goal vs Team GB 29′)
Team GB vs South Korea 1-1 ( Aaron Ramsey penalty vs Korea Republic 36′)

Penalty Shootout- Team GB 4 South Korea 5

Team GB v South Korea 1-0 ( Aaron Ramsey scores)
Team GB v South Korea 1-1 (Koo Ja-Cheol scores)
Team GB v South Korea 2-1 (Tom Cleverley scores)
Team GB South Korea 2-2 (Baek Sung-Dong scores)
Team GB South Korea 3-2 (Craig Dawson scores)
Team GB South Korea 3-3 ( Hwang Seok-Ho scores)
Team GB South Korea 4-3 (Ryan Giggs scores)
Team GB South Korea 4-4 (Park Jong-Woo scores)
Team GB South Korea 4-4 (Daniel Sturridge misses)
Team GB South Korea 4-5 ( Ki Sung-Yueng scores)

Team GB vs Korea Olympics 2012 attendance:- 70,171 ( Referee- Roldan)

Team GB starting XI vs Korea Republic 2012:- Butland, Taylor, Richards, Caulker, Bertrand, Ramsey, Allen, Cleverley, Bellamy, Sturridge, Sinclair

South Korea U23 starting lineup vs Great Britain Sub-23:-Sung-Ryong Jung, Yun, Chang-Soo Kim, Hwang, Young-Kwon Kim, Ki, Ji, Nam, Jong-Woo Park, Koo, Chu-Young Park

( Credits of this Team GB vs South Korea U23 2012 Highlights Video with uploaders)

7 Comments so far
  1. slash August 5, 2012 4:05 am

    Sturridge’s run up was wonky

    pearce’s selections are whimsical

  2. Carl August 5, 2012 4:57 am

    England and penalties

    Sounds similar, hmmmm

  3. Edmund Khoo August 5, 2012 7:22 am

    Great Britain’s exit at the quarter-final stage, and in a penalty shootout, is all too familiar. When will British, and English players in particular, stop choking on the big stage?

  4. Emily August 5, 2012 8:17 am

    God, the ref was such an ass. Fair game, b**ch.

  5. Perk August 5, 2012 1:38 pm

    I can’t understand the ref’s whistle

  6. Kenny Byrne August 5, 2012 4:07 pm

    Clever Penalties –

    Did you notice how the Koreans deliberately took a few moments after the referee blew his whistle, to take their penalty?
    They seemed to compose themselves for a second or two and then take a brilliant penalty.

    Normally a penalty taker cannot wait to get their penalty kick taken and seem always to rush as soon as the referee blows the whistle?

    Very clever and planned and it is something I have not seen before. I am positive we will see it again as it really worked for them.

  7. jack R Waller August 5, 2012 4:36 pm

    Ruud Hiddinck made Korean soccer what it is. Attack Attack Attack!
    Schoolboys play better football than the British under twenty threes. Stuart Pearce as coach? Laughable.Fair result.

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