The Asian Games national team, led by head coach Hwang Sun-hong, won the gold medal in the men’s soccer final of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games 2-1 against Japan at Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China, at 9 p.m. on the 7th (Korea time).
Following the 2014 Incheon and 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, they won three consecutive Asian Games titles. 토토사이트
South Korea lost a point in the second minute of the first half. He was pierced by a dribble breakthrough from the left and the defense blocked the cross, but he passed to Kotaro Uchino at the right post in a mixed situation at the gate and calmly shook the Korean goal net with a right-footed shot. It was a run in the first minute and 18 seconds of the game.
However, Korea did not back down easily. In the 27th minute of the first half, Jung Woo-young, who is likely to be the top scorer of the tournament, scored an equalizer. From the right, Jung Woo-young flew Hwang Jae-won’s early cross from the far post and scored a heading equalizer. Jung Woo Young’s 8th goal of the tournament.
South Korea then led the game to the extent that it played almost a half-court game, but failed to make a come-from-behind goal and finished the first half 1-1.
In the second half, South Korea pushed its opponents by holding onto the market share. Lee Kang-in shook the opponent’s defense from the right side and scored a high-quality cross. When the opponent’s defense was preparing for his left foot, Lee Kang-in suddenly attempted a cross through his right foot and shook the opponent’s defense.
In the end, Jung Woo-young received the ball that was put into the penalty box in the 11th minute of the second half and delivered it to Cho Young-wook as he fell. Cho Young-wook split Japan’s net with an exquisite right-footed shot. South Korea, which kept this lead, brought the gold medal.
After the game, Japanese media Soccer Digest reported Japanese fans’ reactions on SNS. One fan repeatedly said it was disappointing. Another fan resigned, saying, “Korea’s skills were better.”
Some fans criticized him in detail. A Japanese fan said, “I wanted the players to do their best. I also wanted you to pay more attention to the pass,” he said.