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Sunday, 23 June, 2002, 16:56 GMT 17:56 UK
ITALY


Ahn Jung-Hwan celebrates hitting the golden goal Hiddink condemns 'childish' Perugia
South Korea coach Guus Hiddink criticises Perugia for sacking Ahn Jung-Hwan, whose 'golden goal' beat Italy.
Ecuador referee Byron Moreno is surrounded by Italian players after sending off Francesco Totti Fifa criticises Italy
Football's governing body says that Italy's attitude after they were knocked out of the World Cup was not acceptable.
Defiant Trapattoni stays on
Italy coach Giovanni Trapattoni insists he will not resign - despite his team crashing out of the World Cup to South Korea.
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GROUP G
  P GD PTS
MEXICO 3 +2 7
ITALY 3 +1 4
CROATIA 3 -1 3
ECUADOR 3 -2 3

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ITALY FEATURES
Referee Ghandour feels the heat of Spain's protestsMen behaving and losing badly
BBC Sport Online's John May on how Italy and Spain have reacted to crashing out of the World Cup.
Referee Bryon Moreno dismissed Italy's Francesco Totti during their match against South KoreaA catalogue of errors
A look at the worst examples of the controversial decisions that threaten to blight this World Cup.
Italy striker Christian VieriRough justice?
BBC Sport Online's Kevin Buckley reflects on whether Italy are right to consider themselves the victims of poor refereeing.
Hosts' delight as history repeats
South Korea v Italy photos
Spain will dread red tide
Home-from-home comforts
Del Piero's star shining again
Mexico v Italy photos
How to beat the sex ban
Pressure grows on Trapattoni
Italy lacking midfield drive
Vieri leads the way
Graphic goal: Vieri's majestic header
Italy v Croatia photos
Graphic goal: Vieri destroys Ecuador
Italy v Ecuador photos
World Cup's missing stars
Italy take shape
Donadoni remains positive
End of Baggio's rocky road
Maldini's final mission
Montella comes to the fore
Italy's number one priority
Liverani's race against time
Trapattoni yearns for final success
Italy's road to the finals
Italy keen to avoid spot test
Italy's mixed fortunes
When Italy ruled the world
Referee feels Italy's wrath
Italy's fans and media take their anger out on Ecuadorean referee Byron Moreno after being knocked out of the World Cup.
Korea's golden moment
A golden goal from Ahn Jung-Hwan sends South Korea through with a shock 2-1 win over Italy.
Trap rues missed chances
Coach Giovanni Trapattoni says that Italy have "a lot to be bitter about" over their World Cup defeat by South Korea.
Hiddink hails character
South Korea coach Guus Hiddink decribes his team's victory over Italy as a "unique" achievement.
Tears in Italian Soho
A nail-biting two hours gave way to shock, disbelief and conspiracy theories among hundreds of Italy football supporters in central London.
Clockwatch: Korea 2-1 Italy
All the action as the co-hosts stun Italy to reach the quarter-finals with a golden goal.































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