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Friday, 14 June, 2002, 19:16 GMT 20:16 UK
How far will hosts go?
Korea sensationally beat Spain on penalties to become the first Asian side to reach the World Cup semi-finals.

Will Guus Hiddink's side cause the biggest upset yet?

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Prior to this tournament, neither Japan nor South Korea had ever notched up a World Cup win - but both have exceeded expectations and produced some fine performances.

The 2002 World Cup has proved to be a tournament of shocks and many found it hard to believe Italy's defeat by the co-hosts.

One of the pre-tournament favourites Spain also failed to live up to expectations and could not hold the Korean enthusiasm at bay.

Hiddink's side now face Germany in the semi-final in Seoul on Tuesday.

Can they pull off another shock?


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