2022 FIFA World Cup Preview and Predictions: Group H

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is fast approaching and we are bringing you a preview of every group ahead of the tournament, offering an insight into each team, as well as predictions as to who will progress to the knockout rounds. Below, we preview Group H, the final group in the tournament, that contains Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal, inaugural World Cup champions Uruguay, 2010 quarter-finalists Ghana and 2002 hosts South Korea. 
During the 2002 World Cup, the Italian squad coached by Giovanni Trapattoni experienced a painful setback at the hands of South Korea and Ahn Jung-hwan

World Cup One-Hit Wonders: Ahn, the Korean Killer of Italy

Until June 18, 2002, the most infamously known (North) Korean in Italy was football striker Pak Doo-Ik, whose goal at the 1966 World Cup in England propitiated the Azzurri’s shocking elimination. But during the 2002 World Cup, the Italian squad experienced an equally painful setback, this time at the hands of the Southern part of the peninsula.
Napoli have been attached to multiple options to replace Kim Min-Jae, but they haven’t gone all-in on any of them just yet.

Napoli Newcomer Reaping Rewards of Transfer Decision

Napoli newcomer Min-Jae Kim played a vital role in Napoli’s 2-1 comeback win over Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico, scoring his side’s first goal before Khvicha Kvaratskhelia put up a Man of the Match performance to hand Luciano Spalletti all three points. The Azzurri pipped Rennes at the post to sign him.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Germany Out, Korea Change WC History!

The unbelievable happened today in Kazan, as already-eliminated South Korea pushed the World Cup defending champions of Germany out of the tournament, scoring two goals during stoppage time. It is the first time ever that the Germans fail to make it past the Group Stage, a setback that will spark much debates and criticism over Die Mannschaft.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Mexico-Korea, Memories and Moments

Mexico's win over South Korea, thanks to the goals by Carlos Vela and Javier Hernandez, triggered a journey through memory for the Cult of Calcio's correspondent Carlos Molano, who recalled episodes of his past related to both countries. The result is a match recap that also tells us more about the culture where the Tricolores and the Taegeuk Warriors come from.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Penalty Win Gives Sweden Good Start

The western Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod was the home of Sweden's first game in the 2018 World Cup last Monday. Despite having an aerial advantage against South Korea, the Swedes were not clinical enough, and it took a penalty awarded via VAR and converted by their captain Andreas Granqvist to give them their first three points.