DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - JANUARY 22: Son Heung-Min of South Korea takes on Ali Madan of Bahrain during the AFC Asian Cup round of 16 match between South Korea and Bahrain at Rashid Stadium on January 22, 2019 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

The South Korea captain has said that the game against Bahrain was just a small bump, but they will show full force against Qatar in the Quarterfinals.

South Korea had a very difficult time to beat Bahrain on Tuesday night at Rashid Stadium in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.

Hwang Hee-chan scored the first goal of the match for the Asian Tigers at the 43-minute mark.

Then Mohamed Al Romaihi scored for Bahrain at the 77th minute.

And it was only in overtime when Kim Jin-su gave his team a victory by scoring in the 107th minute.

Now, South Korea captain Son Heung-min has vowed his team will be better as they take on Qatar in the Quarterfinals.

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“We played against a team with so many players in defense and who play counter-attack. It’s not easy. It’s all about attitude as well and I’m a bit unhappy with our performance, as I think we’re better than that,” he told The Khaleej Times.

“We are looking forward to playing the quarterfinal. Of course, it’s going to be a very, very tough game like this.”

“We’re looking forward. We got the result. Sure, the performance was not great, but sometimes you take the result,” added the 26-year-old.

“It’s all about mentality, I think. If you think you’re tired.”

“Of course after the game, I feel tired, but still I try to recover as quickly as possible and play again,” he explained.

“In three days, I can recover. It’s the same when I play with Tottenham as well. I have to recover as quickly as possible and look forward to playing.”