Host team South Korea soundly defeated Indonesia 7-1 in the final game of the Fourth Presidential Cup Asian Soccer Tournament in Seoul on Monday 20th May.
GV Crowds outside Seoul Stadium and Sign "4th President's Cup Tournament" (2 Shots)
LV Korea (Wearing Blue and Playing from left) Kick-off and play
LV Korea attacks Indonesian goal ZOOM IN GV Park Ee-Chun scores
CU Scoreboard Korea 1 - Indonesia 0
LV Koh Jae-Wook Scores 2nd Korean goal ZOOM IN SV and congratulated
CU Scoreboard Korea 2 - Indonesia 0
GV ZOOM IN Indonesia Scores
CU Scoreboard Korea 2 - Indonesia 1
GV PAN Korea clears Indonesian attack and takes ball upfield
SV PAN Indonesian goalkeeper stops Korean attack
SV Injured Korean carried off and Korean goal
SECOND HALF. GV ZOOM IN Korean attack cleared
GV KOREAN Corner cleared by Indonesia
SV Indonesian attack cleared
CU Scoreboard showing first and second half scores
LV Crowd Cheers
GV Tournament teams lined up
SV Korean captain presented with trophy by South Korean Premier Kim Jong-Pil
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Background: Host team South Korea soundly defeated Indonesia 7-1 in the final game of the Fourth Presidential Cup Asian Soccer Tournament in Seoul on Monday 20th May.
Korea and Indonesia had since the tournament started on May 11th defeated teams from Burma, Japan, Khmer, Malaysia and Thailand to reach Monday's final. But despie this warming up process, Indonesia lacked flair as korea punched through five goals in the first half and two more in the second against only one goal for Indonesia.
Korea's first goal came with a centre from Korean right-winger Cha Bum-Keun which was hammered home by Park Ee-Chun. Veteran Korean forward Lee Hoe-Taek was responsible for the next two Korean goals. He surprised the Indonesians by passing the ball back just in front of the posts to set up a scoring shot by Korean linker Koh Jae-Wook. He made the third goal by centering to Park Ee-Chun.
Kim Jae-Han's headers accounted for two more Korean goals in the 44th and 75th minutes and right-wing Cha scored after a solo drive by Cha in the 66th minute.
Indonesia's only goal came from fast centre - forward Tumsila in the 16th minute. Indonesia have once before -- in 1972 -- just missed taking the GBP 2,200 prize.