Vietnamese media shocked, saying, “It’s the first time in 20 years that I’ve lost by 6 goals.”

The Vietnamese national soccer team (95th in FIFA rankings), led by head coach Philip Trussier, held a friendly match with Jurgen Klinsmann’s South Korea (26th) at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the evening of the 17th, losing 0-6.

Klinsmann, who previously sounded a 4-0 victory over Tunisia at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 13th, won two consecutive A matches in October. Starting with a 1-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in September, South Korea has won three consecutive games.

On the other hand, Vietnam, which lost all three consecutive games during the October A match, experienced a one-level gap. Following 0-2 loss to China and 0-2 loss to Uzbekistan, the team also lost completely to South Korea.

Five minutes into the first half, Kim Min-jae scored with his shoulder in a corner kick chance. Kim Min-jae flew exactly when he saw Lee Kang-in’s kick. He tried to put the ball on his head, but it hit his shoulder and the ball was sucked into the net. 슬롯머신

South Korea’s second goal was scored at the end of Hwang Hee-chan’s foot. In the 25th minute of the first half, Hwang Hee-chan received Lee Jae-sung’s low and fast through pass from the back near the box and split the Vietnamese net with a half-beat fast shot.

South Korea scored a lucky goal in the second half. In the 5th minute of the second half, Son Heung-min saw Cho Kyu-sung on the other side from the left deep in the box and stabbed him with a low pass. This led to an own goal after being hit by the opponent’s foot.

In the 16th minute of the second half, Vietnamese defender Bui Hoang Viet Ain was sent off. On top of that, in the 25th minute of the second half, Lee Kang-in cooked two defenders near the arc with his personal skills and shook the net by shooting a sharp shot at the left post.

There was a wedge goal in Korea. In the 40th minute of the second half, “Asian Games gold medalist” Jung Woo-young rushed to see the ball that flowed after being hit by the goalkeeper and scored South Korea’s sixth goal.

From Vietnam’s point of view, the game was literally overwhelming. While pursuing the soccer that he occupies, he was overwhelmed in the market share (37 percent in Korea, 63 percent in Korea), and fell behind in all indicators including the number of shots (34 in Korea, five in Vietnam).

Vietnam’s “Express” said, “Vietnam suffered a six-run defeat for the third time ever. “We lost six runs for the first time in 20 years since the 1997 match against Zimbabwe (0-6 loss) and the 2003 match against Oman (0-6 loss).”

The media said, “In 2009, I gave up six goals against China, but I scored one goal and lost 1-6. “I’ve never allowed such a big loss since then, but I was literally overwhelmed,” he expressed regret.

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