The baseball team secured a 2-0 sweep of Japan in their first Super Round, paving the way for a clear path to the finals.
The South Korean baseball team, competing at the Hangzhou Asian Games, swept Japan in the Super Round to boost its chances of reaching the final.
Led by head coach Ryu Jung-il, the team defeated Japan 2-0 in the first game of the Super Round today (May 5) at the Baseball and Softball Sports Center 1 in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province, China, behind a six-inning no-hitter from starting pitcher Park Se-woong and a two-RBI performance from No. 4 hitter Noh Shi-hwan.
Korea came into the Super Round with a 1-1 record after losing to Chinese Taipei in the group stage.
The team, which clinched a spot in the finals with the win over Japan, will play its final Super Round match tomorrow at 1 p.m. against China. 바카라사이트