Olympics: Korea Football Beat Swiss
LONDON, England – Cardiff City winger Kim Bo-kyung's left-footed strike four minutes past the hour gave South Korea a much-needed three points as Korea edged Switzerland 2-1 in Group B action.
Park Chu-young also netted for Korea in the 57th minute, though Switzerland's Innocent Emeghara's header proved the short term equalizer just three minutes later.
Korea sit second in Group B with four points, trailing Mexico on goal difference. They round out group play Wednesday versus Gabon.