LONDON (AP) -- A South Korean football player who held up a sign with a political message after a victory over Japan did not get a bronze Sunday when the Olympic medals were handed out in a ceremony to the rest of his team.
- Symbol for Event results in medals
|Medal/Final||Men||Final||Brazil 1 - 2 Mexico|
|Medal/Final||Men||Bronze Medal||Japan 0 - 2 South Korea|
|Medal/Final||Women||Final||Japan 1 - 2 United States|
|Medal/Final||Women||Bronze Medal||Canada 1 - 0 France|
|Men||Semifinal||Brazil 3 - 0 South Korea|
|Men||Semifinal||Japan 1 - 3 Mexico|
- Symbol for Event results in medals
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