The inside of the plane where the Al-Hilal players, to which South Korean defender Jang Hyeon-soo (32) belongs, is a hot topic.
Saudi Arabia’s first division club Al-Hilal finished runner-up at the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup against Real Madrid held in Rabat, Morocco on the 12th (Korean time).
As the 2022 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League is not yet over, Al-Hilal again participated in the Club World Cup as the 2021 AFC Champions League champion.
Al-Hilal, who stayed in 4th place in the last tournament, defeated Widard AC (Morocco) and CR Flamengo (Brazil) in the final to reach the final, but failed to overcome the wall of UEFA Champions League champion Real Madrid (Spain). couldn’t
Real attacked from the start towards Al-Hilal’s goal and scored 4-1 in the 13th minute of the second half. Al-Hilal also struggled to make up for a total of 3 goals, but Real scored a whopping 5 goals to rise to the top of the tournament.
On this day, Korean defender Jang Hyun-soo started as a starter and struggled to block Real Madrid’s attack, but the world’s best club’s attack was sharp and fierce.
However, it seems to soothe the players’ hearts as it is luxurious enough to not be pushed by Real Madrid as a private plane.
Al-Hilal took a plane back from Morocco to Saudi Arabia, and the inside structure of the plane is catching the attention of fans. 토토사이트
Brazilian media ‘Dona Lucia’ posted a video on social media, saying, “Look at the plane that will take the Al-Hilal team to Saudi Arabia.”
The internal structure of the plane uploaded in the video was reminiscent of a ‘6-star hotel’. There was a space used as a conference room in one of the planes, and even the tables and chairs placed inside, as well as the floor, made me feel that they were all made of high-quality materials.
The seats where the players sit and move in the other compartments also seemed to have been paying attention to the convenience of the players as much as possible. There is ample space in the front and back of the seats, so players can recline their chairs without disturbing those sitting in the back seat.
The seats were also prepared with luxurious seats so that players could rest comfortably during long-distance flights.
The reason Al-Hilal players can receive such unconventional treatment is that the owner, Abdulrahman bin Musaad, is none other than the Prince of Saudi Arabia.
With the support of the rich owner, Al-Hilal has been reborn as the best club in Asia, winning the most championships (4 times) in the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) and the most championships (18 times) in the Saudi First Division.