South Korea’s U24 team failed to break a sweat as they beat Ghana’s U24 team 3-1 in a friendly on Saturday.

Ghana continued their Asian tour against South Korea having played Japan twice previously.

After losing 10-0 on aggregate against the Japanese, a lot was expected from Paa Kwasi Fabin’s men.

However, the Ghanaian team conceded early again after loose marking left Lee Sang-Min unmarked as he powered his header home.

Five minutes till the half time break, Kim Jin-Ya was showed a straight red card for dangerous play after a VAR consultation.

The Black Meteors failed to capitalise and it was the South Koreans who came out for the second half the better side.

Two quick-fire goals from Lee Seung-Mo and Gue-Sung Cho put the game beyond Ghana.

With a quarter of the game left to play, second half substitute Samuel Obeng pulled a goal back for the Black Meteors.

Despite being a man down for majority of the game, South Korea dominated the game and could have scored a couple more goals if they were more clinical.

The Black Meteors will have a chance to avenge this defeat on Tuesday when both sides meet again in Korea.