South Korea vs. Germany FIFA 2018 Match Analytics

South-Korea vs Germany FIFA 2018 Match Analytics & Prediction

Venue: Kazan Arena.

Date: 27th June 2018 at 7:30 pm

South Korea have lost their previous two matches in this world cup. That’s why they bottom of points table with zero points. South Korea have lost first time in a world cup history in their opening match and the other side Germany have lost their opening match at a world cup for only the second time but their second match was not forgettable. Toni Kroos winnings goals after 94 munities and 42 seconds was the latest goal scored by Germany came from behind at half time to win a world cup match for the first time since 1974. Right now Germany’s standing position of points table in third position with 3 points. Two of the three matches in between South Korea and Germany have been at world cup finals and Germany win repeatedly. The most recent world cup meetings in between this two team were at the Korean’s home world cup in 2002. South Korea only victory against Germany came in a friendly match in the year 2004. Germany have won all five of their world cup matches against Asian opponents. Already South Korea eliminated from this world cup and other side today’s match Germany have must win to qualifying in group stage.

FIFA Ranking

Sl. Team Current Highest Lowest
1 South Korea 57 (7th June 2018) 17 (December 1998) 69 (January 2015)
2 Germany 1(7th June 2018) 1 (Sep 2017 to Present) 22 (Marc 2006)

 

Biggest Win:

South Korea 16 – 0 Nepal (29th September 2003)

Germany 16 – 0 Russian Empire (1st July 1912 )

 

Probable team South Korea:

  • Kim Seung (Gk) ,
  • Ki Sung Yueng (C),
  • Hong Chul,
  • Park Joo-ho,
  • Kim Min-woo,
  • Jung Seung-Huyn,
  • Lee Yong,
  • Yun Young-sun,
  • Lee Jae-Sung,
  • Moon Seon Min,
  • Jung Woo-Young,
  • Hwang Hee-chan,
  • Son Heung-Min,
  • Kim Shin-Wook.

Head Coach: Shin Tae Yong.

Probable team Germany:

  • Manuel Neuer (Gk + C),
  • Jonas Hector,
  • Jerome Boateng,
  • Joshua Kimmich,
  • Sami Khedira,
  • Tony Kroos,
  • Mesut Ozil,
  • Tikey Gundogun,
  • Leon Goretzka,
  • Tomas Muller,
  • Mario Gomez.

Head Coach: Joachim Low.

Head to Head:

Germany 2 – 1 Korea Republic

(Draw- 2 times.)

Final Prediction: Will update soon.

 

 

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