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Son Heung-Min nets hat trick for South Korea, Shinji Kagawa seals Japan win

Son Heung-Min tallied a hat-trick as Korea Republic defeat Laos 8-0 in their World Cup qualifier.

Tottenham Hotspur's new signing Son Heung-Min scored a hat trick as South Korea recorded an emphatic 8-0 win over Laos in Asian World Cup qualifying Group G.

Son, who signed for Tottenham from Bayer Leverkusen last week, was joined on the scoresheet by Lee Chung-Yong, Lee Jae-sung, Chang-Hoon Kwon (two) and Hyun-Jun Suk to make it two wins from as many games.

Also in Group G, Kuwait cruised to a 9-0 win over Myanmar. The hosts already led 6-0 when Zaw Aung was sent off in the 68th minute, and Bader...

 By John Duerden

For China and North Korea, the East Asian Cup can be a confidence builder

China are the hosts for the East Asian Cup and are seeking their their third title.

The East Asian Cup is an unusual tournament.

The trophy itself doesn't really matter; few fans would be able to describe what it looks like much less name the nations to have lifted it since it came into existence in 2003 (China and South Korea have won it twice and Japan have one win).

Yet, lose the three games against close, in all senses of the word, rivals and coaches may find that their positions are not as secure as they think. And if you asked fans in South Korea, Japan, China and North Korea...

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'North Korea's Wayne Rooney' Jong Tae-Se joins Japan's Shimizu S-Pulse

Jong Tae-Se returns to Japan after a prolific spell with Kawasaki Frontale between 2006 and 2010.

North Korea striker Jong Tae-Se -- dubbed "the People's Wayne Rooney" -- has signed for Japan's Shimizu S-Pulse.

Jong, 31, who was born in Nagoya, Japan to Korean parents and holds a North Korean passport, completed a move from South Korea's Suwon Bluewings to the J-League side.

"I would like to dedicate myself from here on to Shimizu S-Pulse," Jong said following the transfer. "I will sacrifice myself and advance as one with the team.

"I want to carve the words 'history' and 'honour' into my heart...

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Tiny Guam shock India to record second successive WC Qualifier win

Omar Abdulrahman scored a late winner for the United Arab Emirates against Timor-Leste in their opening qualifier for the 2018 World Cup.
Guam scored a second successive win in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers defeating visitors India 2-1 on Tuesday.

Guam, Asia's smallest football nation, have sprung yet another surprise in Group D of the AFC World Cup qualifiers by defeating visitors India 2-1 on Tuesday to follow last week's historic 1-0 win against Turkmenistan.

Defenders Brandon McDonald and James Nicklaw scored in the 38th and 62nd minutes respectively for Gary White's side, who now top their group with six points from two games.

Guam -- a United States territory in the north Pacific Ocean --- sit 174th in the FIFA Ranking and have a population...

Germany and Brazil top their respective U20 World Cup groups

Cruzeiro striker Judivan has led Brazil to a excellent start at the under-20 World Cup.

Germany and Brazil both notched up emphatic wins to close the group stages of the FIFA under-20 World Cup on Sunday, leaving the heavyweights atop their pools but with tricky assignments in ahead in the second round.

Germany beat Honduras 5-1 to finish Group F with three-straight wins -- with 16 goals for and two against -- while Brazil, also with three wins, topped Group E ahead of Nigeria after a 3-0 win over North Korea.

The last day of group matches in the 24-team tournament confirmed matchups...