SKorea beat China

BEIJING: South Korea beat hosts China 2-0 in the Men’s East Asian Cup in Wuhan on Sunday, with goals from Kim Seung Dae and Lee Jong-Ho. Few opportunities presented themselves for either team in the first half, until, with just a minute to go, midfielder Kim Seung Dae put South Korea into the lead. Lee Jong-Ho added the crucial second in the 57th minute. “South Korea’s stamina and willpower limited us. The loss is a warning — we are not well prepared,” said China’s French coach Alain Perrin. “We have seen the gap between us and South Korea — we will take the next two games seriously.”