Okezone.com : Hattrick Park Chu-Young, South Korea pulverized Lebanon

GOYANG - South Korea started the fight in round three Pre World Cup (PPD) Asian zone 2014 with honors. State Ginseng successful squad hit his guest, Lebanon landslide victory with a score of 6-0.
Entertaining, Lebanon in Goyang Stadium on Friday (2/9/2011), South Korean coach Cho Kwang-Rae put duet Ji Dong-Won and last Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young on the front lines in a 4-4-2 format.
This strategy was proven right. Because the game had just eight minutes, Park Chu-Young managed to thrill the goal in Lebanon is Ziad Al Samad guard. After the opener, the South Korean opposition had received strict and have to wait until first half injury time to double the advantage.
Chu-young, newly recruited Arsenal from AS Monaco again listed his name on the scoreboard to close the first half with a 2-0 advantage for South Korea.
Continue to the second interval, South Korea continued to dominate the course of action. A positive result was again picked the 2002 World Cup semi-finalists at the 66th minute, when Ji-Won Dong successful mempebesar South Korea a 3-0 advantage.
Left behind three goals, the game increasingly erratic Lebanon, thus making South Korea more comfortable in doing pressure. A minute later, Chu-Young successfully recorded a hat trick and comes with two additional goals from substitute, Kim Jung-Woo (82 ') and the second goal Ji Dong-Won (85') to bring South Korea won a landslide victory 6-0.
With this victory, the South had the right topped the standings in Group B, and facilitate their move to advance to round four and ensure a ticket to Brazil, where dihelatnya 2014 World Cup.
While in the other match, Japan had to wait until injury time to beat his guests, North Korea 1-0 in Group C. Goals mere puppet Samurai Blue printed Michihiro Yasuda (90 +3).
In group E, the tight battle Australia must also acted as host Thailand. Coming from behind 0-1 through goals Teerasil Dangda first half, the Socceroos squad successfully reverse the state goal by Joshua Kennedy (57 ') and Alex Brosque, four minutes before the game ended to bring Australia won 2-1.