DPRK's soccer team will try best to win last match at World Cup

08:33, June 23, 2010      

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Despite losing the match against Portugal 7-0, the team of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will not lose their confidence facing Cote d'Ivoire in the last match of the group stage at the World Cup.

According to the Chosun Sinbo, DPRK has learned a lot in the match with Portugal. "We were too anxious to win the match. The team of Portugal is such a good team. The result of the match is a precious fortune to us," said midfielder An Yong Hak.

Jong Tae Se, forward of the team, wept after the match. "We owed the fans who supported us. It's our fault," he said.

Kim Jong-hun, coach of the team of the DPRK said the people back home "encourage us to fight to the end" .

"We will improve our tactics and try our best in the last match" , Kim said.


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