Petr Cech and Tomas Rosicky played the full 90 minutes as they lost their final game, against the Republic of Korea, in the run-up to the Euros which get underway on Friday.
South Korea were two-up before halftime thanks to a free-kick from Yoon Bit-Garam
South Korea take the lead against Czech Republic with this free kick. Cech maybe should have done better pic.twitter.com/tE783wREY4
— Terje (@TerjeGooner) June 5, 2016
And a break thanks to some poor Czech defending which was capitalised on by Suk Hyun-Jun
The Czech’s managed to pull one back through Marek Suchy shortly after the second half got underway
Marek Suchy Amazing Goal – Czech Republic v South Korea 2016 https://t.co/mrCZXVYJid
— SOSO STUDIOS (@matxaziation) June 5, 2016
But they were unable to salvage a draw from the game.
Former Arsenal frontman, Park Chu-Young, was not included in the Korean squad.
He has not featured for his country since a friendly against Iran in November, 2014, after ruining his career by signing for the Gunners in a deal that cost the club just under £5m plus wages.
He currently plays for FC Seoul, where he has six appearances and one assist in the league this season.