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Iraq coach Radhi Shenaishil took a swipe at the Asian Cup scheduling after the 2007 champions crashed out to South Korea in the semifinals Monday.Shenaishil complained his side had a day less to recover than South Korea after Friday's titanic quarterfinal against Iran went to extra-time and penalties.In the event, South Korea upset the hosts 1-0 to finish top and are now enjoying crucial extra recovery time in the tournament's final stages.Lee Jeong-Hyeop and Kim Young-Gwon scored in a straightforward 2-0 win for South Korea, who look to be hitting form after severe problems with injury and illness.Their coach Uli Stielike said the extra day's rest had made all the difference as players, including star man Son Heung-Min, shake off a flu bug which swept through the squad.
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