South Korean Coach Paulo Bento received a red card at the end of the match after they lost the world cup game against Ghana.
The Black Stars scored two goals during the first half, one from Salisu and the other from Kudus.
The South Koreans scored two goals in less than five minutes at the start of the second half.
As the game got heated, the Black Stars secured its third goal from Mohammed Kudus again.
And this gave victory to the Black Stars.
However, the coach for South Korea, Paul Bento very disappointed and unhappy received a red card at the end of the game.
Coach Paulo Bento was shown a red card for protesting after South Korea’s 3-2 loss against Ghana in a Group H match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Monday.
With South Korea losing, all hope was not lost as 10 minutes were given at the end of the second half.
South Korea, the team creating the better chances after going behind, got a corner in the dying stages of the second-half added time.
The South Korean team thought they would have a final chance to equalise but Taylor blew the full-time whistle after the ball had gone out for a corner, inviting the ire of the South Korean team and Support staff.
Bento went straight to Taylor for protesting the decision, which did not go down well with the English official. Taylor showed the red card to Bento.
As a result of the red card, Bento won’t be present in the team dugout for South Korea’s last group game against Portugal on December 2.