Good post. I see your point. Though I think a physical gameplan will deal with the dangers Korea pose by having large amounts of possession. That's what I would go with. Who knows what the coaches are thinking right now. Korea are probably more likely to score from a set piece than Qatar. Fabio is a good set piece taker and all, but the best set piece taker in the squad, Al Haidos, rarely sees a game. I don't think they will score a goal from a set piece tbh. If they do score a goal, I think it'll be from Yusef Ahmed. To be honest, the last time Fabio took a set piece he assisted a goal, so I could be wrong on this lol, it just doesn't seem likely. I don't think Qatar has faced a side like South Korea since losing 2-3 to Japan back in January 2011. If their performance in that match match, and their olympic team's performance are any indicators on how they will deal with a technical side, the signs are encouraging. I don't want to jinx it though haha.