The South Korean men’s soccer team, led by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, won 6-0 in an October A match against Vietnam at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Gyeonggi Province at 8 p.m. on the 17th.
In the first six minutes, Lee Kang-in curled the right corner kick with his left foot and Kim Min-jae flew alone from the gate to take the first heading goal. In the 27th minute of the first half, Lee Jae-sung stabbed an exquisite left-footed through pass forward despite an unstable posture in the midfield, and Hwang Hee-chan, who ran to the left center of the box and received the ball, scored an additional goal with a left-footed shot.
In the 6th minute of the second half, Son Heung-min passed a 2-1 pass with Lee Jae-sung in the center and right-footed it from the left side of the box to the gate, and it became 3-0 after being hit by the foot of the defense competing with Cho Kyu-sung. In the 15th minute of the second half, Son Heung-min, who received a low pass from the right, took over a 2-1 pass with Hwang Hee-chan on the left and made it 4-0 with a low right-footed shot in the box.
Shortly after the fourth run, Vietnam was even sent off for back tackle to avoid giving Son Heung-min a chance in South Korea’s attack, and in the 25th minute of the second half, South Korea scored a left-footed shot in Lee Kang-in’s box that received Son Heung-min’s pass. In the 41st minute of the second half, Jung Woo-young, who rushed to the gate to block Hwang Ui-jo’s shot, which received Lee Kang-in’s pass, was deflected off the defense and the goalkeeper fell, pushed the rebound ball to complete the 6-0. 온라인경마
In the 16th minute of the second half, shortly after Korea became 4-0 with Son Heung-min’s score. Vietnam pulled the ball back and tried to develop an attack. At this time, when he received the pass inside the Viet in the last room, the touch was long, and Son Heung-min rushed in without missing the opportunity. Son Heung-min immediately ran to pressure and stole the ball and was able to face a one-on-one opportunity for the goalkeeper.
However, a late tackle came in from behind, and Son Heung-min, who was not caught in the tackle, tripped and ran at full strength due to his back knee.
After seeing the foul, the referee had to run immediately to take out a red card for Viet An. Of course, it is a scene that could be a foul, but it is questionable whether it was enough to send off. In the first place, the tackle was not very deep, and there seemed to be no intention of blocking it unconditionally. Only the tackle was a little late, and Son Heung-min fell on his back knee and got up right away.
Of course, it is a defense that blocks a one-on-one opportunity with the goalkeeper, so it is not strange if a yellow card comes out, but both Korea and Vietnam were disappointed to have a red card. This game was a warm-up match and already a one-sided match for Korea, because if Vietnam was sent off one more person, the game had no choice but to flow unilaterally.
It’s a foul, but even on a slow screen, he leaves because it’s not that bad. It was a scene that went to a more one-sided trend in a one-sided game.