It was a good mid-week in terms of participation for the three Korean players in the premiership.

Park Ji-Sung played for 77 minutes in Manu’s 3-0 victory over Charlton

Seol Ki-Hyeon played the full match in Reading’s 2-1 loss to Aston Villa

Lee Young-Pyo played the full match for Tottenham in their 2-0 beating of Sheffield United.

Despite the fact that Reading lost, Seol Ki-Hyeon had the most effective contribution of the three with a nice cross for Doyle’s goal.

Seol Ki-Hyeon

Park Ji-Sung missed a good chance in a one on one with the goalie in the first half against Charlton but was very unlucky to see an excellent volley hit the post later on from a C.Ronaldo cross. Overall he had a good game and should be in with a decent chance of keeping his starting place against Watford on Saturday.

In the game he was trying to show his new greedy attitude in front of goal which I think it is a good move.

Unfortunately, Lee Young-Pyo was guilty of a glaring miss in front of goal after being set up on the 55th minutes by Berbatov. Apart from that it was a good performance and he should be buoyed by the fact that Tottenhams pursuit of an extra full back that could threaten his place has gone quiet for the moment.

Lee Young-Pyo