“It is the Gambia war where we have to pour out 100%. I will prepare to go out with the best power.”
The Korean U-20 soccer team drew 2-2 in the second match of Group F of the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup against Honduras held at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza, Argentina on the 26th (Korean time). recorded.메이저사이트
With David Ochoa, the protagonist of the opening goal in the first half, being sent off, Korea was able to gain a numerical advantage. However, an extra point was conceded at the beginning of the second half and the score was 0-2. Consecutive goals from Kim Yong-hak and Park Seung-ho recorded a 2-2 draw, but it was quite disappointing that only one point was obtained without using numerical superiority.
The Korean U-20 soccer team drew 2-2 in the second match of Group F of the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup against Honduras held at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza, Argentina on the 26th (Korean time). recorded Photo = Provided by the Korea Football Association
It is Korea that even had bad news such as the accumulation of warnings for starting goalkeeper Kim Jun-hong, the departure of key defender Choi Seok-hyun, and the injury of Park Seung-ho, the protagonist of the equalizer. National team coach Kim Eun-joong couldn’t help but laugh.
Coach Kim said in an interview with the Korea Football Association, “We had a numerical advantage, but it was difficult to score goals as Honduras lowered the line a lot. I had a good chance, but I couldn’t calm down. There were many scoring opportunities, but it’s a pity.”
“Park Seung-ho’s injury is an unexpected part, so we have to watch his condition first. Still, we don’t think too much because we have the resources. We will prepare well for the next match.”
Korea’s last opponent is Gambia. They beat both Honduras and France to confirm their advance to the round of 16 first in Group F. From the perspective of Korea, where the defense’s power leaks a lot, Gambia’s offensive power, which scored more than two goals in every game, is quite a burden.
But you can’t back down. If Korea loses to Gambia, a red flag may be turned on for advancing to the round of 16 depending on the results of the match against France and Honduras. It is a game against Gambia that must be won with an attitude of unconditional victory.
Coach Kim said, “Recovery is the most important right now as we have to give 100% in the game against Gambia as well. There are two days left, and during that time I will recover well and prepare to go out with the best power.”