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It was a game of mistakes: Youngil

The reception and defense was even between both teams, but anybody had the chance to win this match according to coaches.

Mexicali, Mexico, July 6 2013 - Head coach of Korea, Kim Youngil stated that the match against Finland was a game of mistakes and the team that made the least had the chance to grant the victory.

Kim Youngil, coach of Korea: "Both teams made many mistakes, but we made less than Finland. As long as the match went by, our players looked like they had lost power."

Pertti Honkanen, coach of Finland: "Korea played very well. The difference between two teams was very short. Just a few points. They had a very deep game and it was difficult for us"

Sakari Mäkinen, captain of Finland: "First of all, congratulations to Korea. They played very good and we had too many own mistakes when we tried to killed the ball."

Jeong Dong-Geun, captain of Korea: "We knew the match was going to be very hard, but all did their job in setting plays, attack and defense." 

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