FLUMINENSE (Brazil) 3 2 1 0 6- 1 5 South Korea 2 1 1 0 5- 0 3 South Korea U21 2 1 0 1 5- 4 2 Cameroon XI 3 0 0 3 2- 13 0 2-10 South Korea 0-0 Fluminense 2-10 South Korea U21 5-1 Cameroon XI [Choi Jin-Han, Kim Sam-Soo, Chung Dong-Bok, Shin Yeon-Ho x2 / ?] 4-10 South Korea 5-0 Cameroon XI* [Park Chang-Seon, Byun Byung-Joo, Choi Sang-Gook 48' 70' 80'] 4-10 South Korea U21 0-3 Fluminense [Washington, Romerito, Aldo] 6-10 South Korea - South Korea U21 6-10 Fluminense 3-1 Cameroon XI [Assis, Romerito, Washington / Zanwalla (see below)] * full international for the KFA Notes: the score from the match between the two Korean teams has not been found. As Fluminense won the tournament, presumably South Korea did not win the match. The Cameroon team contained several players who were in the squads for the 1984 Olympic Games, and the 1984 African Nations Cup, but did not include the best players from those squads. Immediately after the tournament, the senior South Korea went to Calcutta for the Asian Cup qualifiers, and the South Korea U21 team went to Singapore for the Merlion Cup. FLUMINENSE 3-1 CAMEROON XI (Assis 14', Romerito 17', Washington 22' ; Zanwalla 79') Ref. Iong Sudak (South Korea) FLU: Paulo Victor (Ricardo Lopes); Aldo, Duílio, Vica, Branco; Leomir, Renê, Romerio, Assis (Roberto Bertuço); Washington, Tato Coach: Carlos Alberto Torres CAM: Jacques Songo'o; Charles Toube, Luc M'Bassi, Bertin Ebwelle, Michel Bilamo; Muhi (Gusi), Dotuwa (Aio), Joseph Enanga; Bonaventure Djonkep, Zanwallam Ernst Ebongue Coach: Rade Ognjanovic
Sources: The Times, Flumania, YANSFIELD
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