Sunday, June 23, 2002
South Korea, Turkey advance
The Associated Press
GWANGJU, South Korea South Korea kept its improbable World Cup run alive Saturday, upsetting Spain 5-3 in a penalty-kick shootout after a 0-0 tie to become the first Asian nation ever to reach the semifinals.
Hong Myung-bo scored the game-winner after goalkeeper Lee Woon-jae saved a penalty by Joaquin Sanchez.
South Korea, which hadn't won a game at five previous trips to the World Cup, set up a showdown with Germany.
The Germans beat the United States 1-0 on Friday to move into Tuesday's semifinal in Seoul, the South Korean capital.
It was a bitter loss for Spain, in its 11th World Cup. The team had several excellent scoring opportunities late in the game, hitting the post on one and having a goal disallowed on a questionable call by the linesman, who said the ball had crossed the end line.
Turkey 1, Senegal 0, OT
OSAKA, Japan Turkey had to work overtime to get exactly what it has been asking for: a World Cup semifinal rematch with Brazil.
Substitute Ilhan Mansiz deflected a perfect cross by Umit Davala four minutes into the extra session, lifting one of the longest shots from Europe past surprising Senegal.
Three weeks ago, the four-time champions edged the Turks 2-1 on a late, controversial penalty kick.
Now, the Turks, who dominated the match with the Africans, get another shot at the South Americans.
Turkey had the advantage nearly the entire night against a Senegal team that made a strong impression in its first World Cup appearance. The team that beat France in the tournament's opener, but looked tired against the Turks.
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