Betting tips for South Korea vs Germany 27.06.2018
The Asians say goodbye to this World Cup, measuring the current champion, Germany, who must win and do it for the highest number of goals to not depend on what Sweden and Mexico do. South Korea met the forecasts and has qualified for the World Cup in Russia, but once in the tournament, disappointed by their game, losing to Sweden and Mexico. Shin Tae-yong was the replacement for the former Real Madrid player and the German national team, Uli Stielike, and he has managed to get a lot out of a team that has the most players participating in the league of his country, but that has several of the Korean stars that play in European equipment like Jeong Ho Hong, Sung Yueng Ki, Hyun Jun Suk, and the end of the Tottenham Hotspurs, Heung Min Son.
The South Koreans lead the East Asian Championship, which faces them in a direct match against China, South Korea and Japan. After debuting with a 2-2 draw against China, the South Koreans took the match played against their neighbors from the north (0-1), before beating by 1-4 to Japan, which left him at the head of the group with 7 points in three days, one more than the Japanese.
South Korea has won just two matches from the last 6 friendlies: 1-0 against Latvia in February and 2-0 against Honduras 10 days ago.
Germany was eliminated from the World Cup after conceding the goal of Toivonen, but ended up going around the game and now it has it in their hand to qualify. The current champion added full of victories in the ten games played in the qualifying phase. Die Mannschaft comes from winning the last Confederations Cup with a team in which most of the incumbents and most habitual players were missing, who won the World Cup in 2014.
Joachim Low's men dominated their qualifying group from start to finish after victories Norway (0-3), Czech Republic (3-0), Northern Ireland (2-0), San Marino (0-8), Azerbaijan (1-4), San Marino (7-0), Czech Republic (1-2, with a saving goal from Mats Hummels in the final minutes), thrashing Norway (6-0), both in games played in September; and beat Northern Ireland in Belfast (1-3) and crush Azerbaijan (5-1), drawing 0 against England at Wembley, and 2 against France at home.
In the 6 friendlies he has played since last November, Die Mannschaft drew goalless in England, two at home against France, 1 against Spain, lost 0-1 to Brazil, fell 2-1 to Austria and won Saudi Arabia 2-1.
Mexico defeated them in the debut, but the epic victory against Sweden leaves them tied in the differential of goals with the Scandinavians, so they will look to win scoring many goals.
Germany must win this match and score as many goals as they can to a team already eliminated. The forecast is that the current world champion will score more than 3 goals.