home team As if China were going to the Asian Games main tournament, even wild card members were mobilized, but in the second half, Korea’s perfect offensive power collapsed. Um Won-sang’s two goals, which broke down the opponent’s defense line at high speed, were also surprising, but Jung Woo-young’s key goal was a rare super goal in itself. It was a moment that raised expectations for the gold medal in the Hangzhou Asian Games, which were approaching three months later.먹튀검증
The Korean under-24 men’s soccer team, led by head coach Hwang Seon-hong, won the Asian Games men’s football match against China at Jinhua Stadium in Zhejiang Province, China on the 15th (Thu) at 7:00 pm thanks to the performance of substitutes in the second half, winning 3-1. Reaped.
‘Three goals scored’ by substitutes in the second half
In the first half, Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho brought out a 4-4-2 formation with the Big & Small combination of ‘Chun Seong-Hun-Ko Young-Jun’ at the front, but was blocked by the home team China’s tough defense and was unable to create scoring opportunities. . Accordingly, coach Hwang Seon-hong started the second half and sent in four replacement members (Eom Won-sang, Jung Woo-young, Jo Young-wook, and Park Jae-yong) at once.
Except for the center midfielders Jeong Ho-yeon and Kim Bong-soo, the actual offensive line was all changed. This action, like a lie, changed the flow of the game in just 5 minutes. Um Won-sang made a perfect touch on the roving pass Kim Bong-soo handed over from the center line. His line-breaking, which escaped into the space behind the opponent’s defense, was excellent, and his right-footed jump volley was also neat and clean.
Eom Won-sang, who is also active as a super sub in Ulsan Hyundai, which is aiming for consecutive K-League 1 championships, scored another goal three minutes later, boasting another perfect line-breaking skill. It was a beautiful left-footed goal until the linkage play leading to ‘Cho Young-wook – Jeong Ho-yeon – Um Won-sang’.
It was Jung Woo-Young’s key goal in the 60th minute that completely collapsed the Chinese defensive line, which was beaten by Korea in less than 10 minutes after the start of the second half. Jung Woo-young, who received an open pass from Kim Bong-soo to the left flank, scored a right-footed mid-range super goal after a swinging dribble that evaded the markman attached to him. From an angle, it reminded me of Son Heung-min’s kick goal, which he also played with in the A national team, but the actual trajectory was a power shot that China’s goalkeeper Han Jiachi could never block.
With the scoreboard 3-0 within 15 minutes of the second half, our players conceded a goal to China in the 63rd minute. The moment China’s left-most row roving cross flew into our goal, it looked like it had already crossed the goal line, but the second assistant referee’s flag didn’t go up, and Su Haoyang put in an easy header right in front of our goal, which was no different than an empty goal.
Even if it was a mistake by the Chinese referees, goalkeeper Lee Kwang-yeon’s quick decision to line out should be reconsidered. It is only natural to focus on defense until the whistle blows because it has not yet been decided at what stage the VAR system will operate accurately.
Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho, whose chance of a scoreless victory was blown away, went through a frown in the 68th minute. Eom Won-sang collapsed right in front of the next row, not in a dangerous area. Our team ace, Um Won-sang, who came on as a substitute in the second half and scored two goals like lightning, injured his ankle and came out after only playing for 23 minutes.
After the Asian Games in Incheon and the Asian Games in Jakarta-Palembang, our players, who are aiming for the gold medal in men’s football for the third consecutive time, will play another evaluation match against China at the same place on the night of the 19th (Mon).
Results of the Asian Games soccer team evaluation match (7:00 pm on the 15th, Jinhua Stadium, Zhejiang Province)
★ Korea 3-1 China [Scoring: Eom Won-sang (50 minutes, assist-Kim Bong-soo), Eom Won-sang (53 minutes, help-Jeong Ho-yeon), Jung Woo-young (60 minutes, help-Kim Bong-soo) / Su Hao-yang (63 minutes)]
◇ Korean players (4-4-2 formation)
FW: Chun Seong-hun (46 minutes ↔ Park Jae-yong), Go Young-jun (46 minutes ↔ Jo Young-wook)
MF: Song Min-gyu ( 46 minutes ↔ Jung Woo-young), Jeong Ho-yeon, Kim Bong-soo, Yang Hyun-joon (46 minutes ↔ Eom Won-sang/69 minutes ↔ Choi Jun)
DF: Lee Tae-seok (81 minutes ↔ Kim Tae-hyeon), Lee Jae-ik (81 minutes ↔ Cho Hyeon-taek), Lee Han-beom (86 minutes ↔ Byun Jun-su) , Hwang Jae-won
GK: Lee Gwang-yeon