South Korean coach Dick Advocaat was happy with the way his team kept their composure, coming from behind to beat 10-man Togo in their opening game.
"To be fair, the players were very calm at halftime even though they were behind," said the Dutchman.
"In the second half we took some risks and it was a success.
"It is so important to win your first game because it normally means you stay in the tournament for the second round," he added.
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