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Friday, 28 June, 2002, 16:37 GMT 17:37 UK
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All the action as it happened from Turkey's 3-2 win over World Cup co-hosts South Korea in the third-place play-off.

90 (+ 3) mins: Referee Saad Mane blows his whistle to end the World Cup adventures of South Korea and Turkey. Both sets of players exchange shirts and stay on the pitch to savour the occasion.

90 (+2) mins: Song Chong-Gug gives the home fans one last cause to cheer with a long-range deflected shot that beats Rustu Recber.
South Korea 2-3 Turkey

90 mins: The Korean fans stand to salute their heroes who have made a memorable impact on the tournament.

88 mins: Cha-Doo-Ri goes close with a glancing header from Song Chong-Gug's corner.

87 mins: Rustu Recber makes his third sprawling save in quick succession to keep Korea at bay.

86 mins: The Koreans attempt to up the tempo to set up a thrilling World Cup finale for their fans but the breaks do not go their way.

84 mins: Korea pepper the Turkey goal with shots in an attempt to test the struggling Rustu Recber. Yildiray Basturk is substituted and Tayfur Havutcu comes on.

82 mins: A sweeping counter-attack puts Turkey under pressure and Ahn Jung-Hwan sees his shot deflected away for a corner. Rustu Recber is booked for remonstrating with the referee.

79 mins: Choi Tae-Uk makes an immediate impact and is instrumental in setting up a chance for the Koreans which is saved by Rustu Recber.

78 mins: Cha-Doo-Ri wins a corner and Choi Tae-Uk is brought on in the place of Seol Ki-Hyeon.

75 mins: Okan Buruk makes his first appearance at this World Cup, replacing the ineffective Umit Davala in midfield.

69 mins: Ilhan Mansiz turns on the style with an audacious piece of skill but it is too close to the byeline to pose a threat.

64 mins: Cha-Doo-Ri replaces goalscorer Lee Eul-Yong as Guus Hiddink tries to add a bit of spark to a game that has lost some of its earlier edge.

63 mins: Rustu Recber makes another brave save to thwart a Korean attack. Despite being hampered by a thigh injury, Rustu commands his area with great authority.

60 mins: An animated Turkey coach Senol Gunes attempts to restore some order among his charges by issuing instructions from the sidelines.

56 mins: Ergun Penbe's excellent cross after teasing the Korean defence just eludes Hakan Sukur and is put out for a corner.

54 mins: Lee Eul-Yong takes on the Turkish defence and with almost no back-lift strikes a firm shot but it is straight at Rustu Recber.

52 mins: Song Chong-Gug blasts an effort just over the Turkey goal as the Koreans aim to reduce the deficit.

50 mins: Tugay is booked for an over-zealous challenge. It is his third yellow card of the tournament.

1301 BST: The second half gets under way with the noise level pumped up once more. Hong Myung-Bo is substituted with Kim Tae-Young coming on in his place.

45 (+2) mins: The referee blows the whistle to end a pulsating first half which sees the co-hosts trailing to the Turks.

43 mins: Hakan Sukur almosts grabs a second but is thwarted by Lee Woon-Jae following yet more confusion in the Korean defence.

41 mins: Turkey make a substitution with Hakan Unsal coming on for Emre Belozoglu, who appears to be carrying an injury.

40 mins: Ahn Jung-Hwan puts the ball into the back of the net but his "goal" is ruled out for an offside decision against Lee Chun-Soo to the disappointment of the partisan crowd.

36 mins: Hakan Sukur, boosted by his first goal of the tournament, poses a constant ariel threat from Turkey corners.

34 mins: Umit Davala makes a timely intervention to deny Song Chong-Gug an attempt on goal. Korea's attacking play is at times breathtaking, yet their defending is sometimes calamitous.

32 mins: Rustu Recber's long clearance is headed on by Hakan Sukur. A quick one-two between Sukur and Ilhan Mansiz sets up Mansiz for his second of the game as he coolly chips Lee Woon-Jae.
South Korea 1-3 Turkey

30 mins: Rustu Recber makes a fine one-handed save to cut out a cross by Lee Chun-Soo.

27 mins: Korean fans urge their team forward and they oblige but Ahn Jung-Hwan cannot find a way past Alpay Ozalan.

26 mins: Ahn Jung-Hwan sets off on a darting run into the Turkey area only to come up against the impressive and brave Rustu Recber.

23 mins: Lee Eul-Yong receives the first booking of the game, preceded by some jostling in the Turkey area before a South Korea corner as the game gets physical.

20 mins: Ahn Jung-Hwan, the darling of South Korean football, conjures up some magic in the Turkey area before unleashing an exquisite shot which Rustu Recber brilliantly tips over his crossbar.

13 mins: Hakan Sukur sets up Ilhan Mansiz in the South Korea area and the Turkey striker fires his side back in front.
South Korea 1-2 Turkey

11 mins: Lee Chung-Soo shots from the edge of the penalty area and forces a good save from Rustu Recber.

8 mins: Song Chong-Gug is fouled outside the area and Lee Eul-Yong bends a superb free-kick past Turkey keeper Rustu Recber to send the Korean fans into raptures.
South Korea 1-1 Turkey

6 mins: South Korea's defence look decidely shaky and concede a free-kick which almost sees Emre Belozoglu doubling Turkey's lead.

1200: South Korea kick off and are stunned after just 11 seconds as Hakan Sukur capitalises on an error by Hong Myung-Bo to score the fastest ever World Cup goal.
South Korea 0-1 Turkey

South Korea: Lee Woon-Jae, Yoo Sang-Chul, KimTae-Young, Lee Young-Pyo, Lee Eul-Yong, LeeChung-Soo, Lee Min-Sung, Ahn Jung-Hwan, HongMyung-Bo (capt), Park Ji-Sung, Song Chong-Gug.

Turkey: Rustu Recber, Bulent Korkmaz, Fatih Akyel, Alpay Ozalan, Tugay Kerimoglu, Hakan Sukur (capt), Yildiray Basturk, Ilhan Mansiz, Ergun Penbe, Emre Belozoglu, Umit Davala.

Referee: Saad Mane (Kuwait).

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