Senegal received a World Cup boost by recording a 2-0 victory over South Korea in their final warm-up match on Monday.
Aliou Cisse’s side went into the friendly, played behind closed doors in Austria, on the back of a four match winless streak.
South Korea defender Kim Young-gwon deflected an effort by Alfred N’Diaye into his own goal in the 67th minute.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane featured in the starting line-up for Senegal on Monday
Striker Moussa Konate added the second from the penalty spot in injury time to give Senegal its first win since beating South Africa in November.
The African nation are considered one of the earl in Group G where they will take on Poland, Japan and Colombia.
South Korea, meanwhile, face a tough challenge when they come up against world champions Germany, Sweden and Mexico in Group F.
Aliou Cisse’s side ended a four match winless run by winning the friendly in Austria