At the beginning of the second half, he collapsed helplessly on the left flank and allowed a run too easily. While Kim Jin-soo (30, Jeonbuk Hyundai), who started the game that day, left due to an injury, Lee Ki-je (31, Suwon Samsung), who was put in as a substitute, left much to be desired.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (58, Germany), drew 2-2 against Colombia at 8:00 p.m.
It is a draw that leaves much to be desired. From the beginning of the game, Klins Manho was in a fierce battle for leadership, but he got the upper hand and solved it stably. He was not swayed by Colombia’s rough nerves and bad manners. In the midst of this, Son Heung-min (30, Tottenham Hotspur) took the lead smoothly with multiple goals.카지노사이트
However, with the start of the second half, it shook sharply and collapsed. In the 5th minute of the kickoff in the second half, he conceded a goal in a row and allowed a tie. In particular, when I saw the scene of conceding twice, the left side was pierced too easily.
Initially, the left fullback position on this day was played by Kim Jin-soo as a starter. However, he collapsed during the competition in the 24th minute of the first half, and the extent of the injury was so serious that he could not walk on his own, so he left the field on the back of the coaching staff. Afterwards, head coach Klinsman replaced Lee Gi-je.
However, Igije could not properly control Colombia’s flank attack. He was clearly taken aback by his speed. He allowed real backspace breakthroughs and crosses in succession. In the end, both goals were scored from the left flank.
Coach Klinsman is expected to deepen his concerns ahead of the game against Uruguay (Seoul World Cup Stadium) on the 28th. In a situation where Kim Jin-soo is virtually unable to run, if Lee Ki-je is put forward again, anxiety will inevitably take the lead. Consider using Kim Mun-hwan (27, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), who can play on both sides, as a left fullback on an irregular basis.