Hwangseon Hongho’s fullback Hwang Jae-won (Daegu) expressed his confidence in the upcoming quarterfinal match against host China at the Hangzhou Asian Games, saying, “I already experienced it in June.””We all know that our quarterfinal opponent, China, is the home team and is not an easy team,” he told reporters at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium Auxiliary Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, where the team trained on the afternoon of the 29th.”We don’t have to prepare anything special, we just do what we’ve always done and I think we can beat them with our abilities,” he said, adding, “We don’t think about what they’re going to do, we just do what we’re going to do, and that’s what we always talk about as a team. “The Chinese, who face off next month at 9 p.m. ET at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium, are notorious for their rough play .And now that they’re hosting the tournament, they’re likely to be even more aggressive. “We talk amongst ourselves that (China) is rough. We already experienced that in June,” he said, adding, “Soccer is a rough sport. We don’t think about it too much. “In June, Hwang played two exhibition games against China as part of his acclimatization to Hangzhou. Uhm Won-sang (Ulsan), Cho Young-wook (Gimcheon), and Ko Young-joon (Pohang) suffered line injuries due to rough tackles and brawls from the opponents. Hwang Jae-won hasn’t forgotten the experience and is preparing for nervous battles between players .”When that happens, my brother Park Jin-seop (Jeonbuk) is very reliable. I will be at the back of the line and one space in front,” he laughed. He was referring to a joke made by Seol Young-woo (Ulsan) in the joint press area after the round of 16 match against Kyrgyzstan on Sunday, when he said that if a fight broke out with the Chinese players, Park Jin-seop would be at the front and he would be at the back. There are other factors in the hosts’ favor. October 1 is National Day, China’s biggest holiday. Huang will also have to deal with “hostile cheering” from Chinese fans, who will chant “jiaoyou” – come on).”I also experienced that in June,” says Hwang. It wasn’t as bad as this tournament, but I experienced a lot of ‘jiaoyou’ and other cheers then. It was annoying,” he said, emphasizing that “there will be a lot more 토토사이트 spectators, but it’s something we have to overcome.”

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