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North Korea 1 – Sweden 1 (Pens 1-4) (Kings Cup, January 23, 2013) Sweden wrestled the title of Unofficial World Champions off of North Korea winning a penalty shootout. Hong Kum Song opened for the Koreans with a right footed bullet from the edge of the area, but Sweden replied when Fullerton Fejzullahu lobbed a stranded Ri Myung Guk after an awful error from the keeper.
Thailand 1 – Finland 3 (Kings Cup, January 23, 2013) Veteran striker Mikael Forssell scored twice for the Finns.
- Updated: January 23, 2013