‘Team Klinsman’ and ‘Assault Captain’ Son Heung-min, against Uruguay also ‘Dak Gong!’
‘Tim Klinsman’ finally lifted the anchor. This Uruguay match also prepares for ‘Dak Gong (shut up and attack)’, and Son Heung-min, the ‘assault leader’, will sortie at the vanguard.
The Korean national football team (ranked 25th in the FIFA rankings) led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann played Uruguay (ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings) in the 2nd leg of the March A match at the ‘Hana Bank Invitational National Soccer Team Friendly Match’ held at Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on Tuesday the 28th. ) to face.
Korea, where coach Paulo Bento left and Klinsman took over as new coach. A former tank corps legend and the new Taegeuk Warriors commander, he emphasized attacking football right after he took office. “I’m a striker,” Klinsmann said. “I’d rather win 4-3 than win 1-0. I’ll see what the players have and approach them.”
The 1st Klinsman Ho, which was convened by both the foreign faction that roams the European stage and the domestic faction that represents the K-League stage. In the last game against Colombia, Korea tried to play attacking football. At the same time as the kick-off in the first half, he led the game with side attacks and forward pressure that he had refined since Bentoho days. The build-up from defense to midfield and then to attack was also smooth.
The victory we were aiming for was not achieved. After entering the second half, Colombia gave up consecutive goals and ended in a draw. Nevertheless, it was a victory that raised expectations rather than regrets. I was able to confirm the color that director Klinsman draws and the style that Korea will unfold in the future. 메이저사이트
Our opponent this time is Uruguay. The previous record is 1 win, 2 draws and 6 losses from 9 matches. They faced each other in the 1990 World Cup in Italy (0-1 loss), the 2010 World Cup in South Africa (1-2 loss), and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (0-0 draw), but they could not laugh. The only win at home in 2018 (2-1 win).
As such, it can be seen as a more difficult opponent than Colombia. Darwin Núñez (Liverpool), Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham), and Ronald Araujo (Barsa) have left due to injuries, but they can never be caught off guard. A scuffle is expected as outstanding players such as Federico Valverde (Real), Matthias Vesino (Lazio), and Matthias Olivera (Napoli) will endure.
‘Team Klinsman’ prepares for ‘Dak Gong’ as well, and Son Heung-min, the ‘assault leader’, sorties in the vanguard. Unlike Bentoho, who mainly aimed for opportunities on the side, he was given a free-role role against Colombia and showed a sharp appearance. With sharp toes, he did not miss the opponent’s mistake and completed multiple goals from the first goal and free kick chance, showing off his strength.
Coach Klinsman asked for enthusiastic support, saying, “Uruguay is a strong player in South America, but we are also a good team. Please keep an eye on us as it is a long journey to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup.” Son Heung-min promised victory, saying, “I can play soccer more aggressively. Coach Klinsman and Taegeuk Warriors challenge Uruguay for the first win of ‘Team Klinsman’.