DHAKA – Pakistan played out a 1-1 draw in its match with South Korea in the Super-4 stage of 10th Hero Asia Cup 2017 on Thursday.
Pakistan started off well against South Korea with Ijaz Ahmed scoring a goal in the closing moments of the first quarter. The green-shirts maintained the lead in the next two quarters despite several attacks by the Korean’s.
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South Korea broke through in the fourth quarter of play with an equaliser and the match ended in a draw.
In their final match of the tournament, Pakistan will face India in the Super-4 round. Earlier in the Super-4 stage Pakistan lost to Malaysia 3-2.
The green shirts won convincingly against Bangladesh 7-0 in the opening match of the tournament, drew 2-2 against Japan and lost 3-1 to India.