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 By John Duerden

South Korea aim to avoid Spain, Brazil, Germany in WC draw - Ki

Jason Dasey and Gary Phillips assess what Australia must improve upon ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Son Heung-Min and Ki Sung-Yeung's call-ups for South Korea and their race to be fit.

South Korea captain Ki Sung-Yueng already knows which teams he does not to be grouped with when the draw for the 2018 World Cup is made in Moscow on Dec. 1.

"Every team at the World Cup is stronger than us," Ki told reporters before returning to Swansea City in the Premier League. "But I hope we can at least avoid Spain, Germany and Brazil."

There is, however, greater self-belief around the 2002 World Cup semifinalists after events of the last week. After a dismal 2017 in which the Taeguk Warriors...

Edwin Cardona sorry for making eye gesture vs. South Korea, denies racism

The FC crew call on FIFA to issue a strong punishment to Colombia's Edwin Cardona for his racist gesture vs. South Korea.

Colombia's Edwin Cardona has apologised after sparking a racism controversy during his team's 2-0 loss to South Korea in Friday's friendly.

The Colombian midfielder made a gesture with his eyes toward South Korean players in the second half of Friday night's game at Suwon World Cup Stadium, south of Seoul.

"I didn't mean to disrespect anyone, a country or a race, but if anyone felt offended, or interpreted it in that way, I am sorry,'' Cardona said in a video posted on the Colombia team's Twitter...

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Friendlies: Neymar helps Brazil defeat Japan as England hold Germany

With Cristiano Ronaldo's career winding down, Shaka Hislop feels Neymar is a worthy successor for Real Madrid.

Neymar scored a penalty but missed another in Brazil's 3-1 friendly win over Japan in France on Friday.

The Paris Saint-Germain striker converted his penalty in the ninth minute, sending Eiji Kawashima the wrong way, but the Japan goalkeeper palmed away Neymar's second attempt from the spot eight minutes later.

However, Marcelo still doubled Brazil's lead in the next minute with a superb strike into the top left corner following a corner that was poorly cleared.

Brazil made it 3-0 after Japan...

 By John Duerden

Spurs star Son Heung-Min says he still hasn't matched Park Ji-Sung

Tottenham third choice goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga takes top player honours after keeping a clean sheet on his debut.
Mauricio Pochettino says that, despite conceding a lot of chances, he's happy Spurs were good enough to get the job done.

Son Heung-Min may have overtaken Park Ji-Sung in terms of goals scored in the Premier League, but the Tottenham Hotspur forward insists that he has much to do to match his compatriot ahead of an important week of international football.

Son scored the only goal of the game at Wembley on Sunday as Spurs defeated Crystal Palace 1-0.

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It marked his 20th goal in the league since joining the club in the summer of 2015, taking him past Park, who played for Manchester United from 2005 to 2012.

"I have...