“Why gangster tackles?” Uzbek player went to SNS…”Taegeukgi Flapping.” Unexpected twist

Amid controversy over the Uzbek team’s rough physical fight against the Korean team in the men’s soccer semifinal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, the social network service (SNS) of an Uzbek player who received a “red card” for a somewhat unreasonable tackle has become a hot topic among Korean netizens.

On the 6th, a number of online communities are circulating some of the Instagram posts of Abdulov Buriev, the Uzbekistan national soccer team.

Buriev’s Instagram has Taegeukgi from the main screen. If you look at the story collection of Taegeukgi photos, you can see Buriev’s photos taken in front of Suwon Station in Gyeonggi Province. He put the phrase “Suwon Station” and a Taegeukgi-shaped emoticon in this photo.

This seems to have been taken during the warm-up match between South Korea and Uzbekistan at Hwaseong Sports Town on September 23 last year.

Buriev was criticized by domestic netizens for his extreme game attitude in the men’s soccer semifinal against South Korea at the Asian Games held at Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 4th. There were reactions such as “Is it gangster football?” and “Lost the game and lost manners.”

In the midst of this, when Buriev’s “Korean certification shot” was confirmed, some netizens said, “It softens after seeing the Taegeukgi,” and “Don’t do that next time.” He also responded by saying, “This is the affection of Koreans.”

The men’s soccer semifinal match between South Korea and Uzbekistan at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 4th. South Korea’s Cho Young-wook is in pain after falling over a rough foul in Uzbekistan’s Buriev.

Buriev was sent off for accumulating warnings while attempting a rough tackle on Cho Young-wook in the 28th minute of the second half.

At that time, Uzbek players continued to struggle somewhat. 스포츠토토사이트

Lee Kang-in and Jung Woo-young were also hit by the opponent’s elbow. Um Won-sang, Hwang Sun-hong’s key side striker, fell heavily in the 17th minute of the second half after being caught in the back tackle of Yvro Kim Khalil Yuldo Chef. Um Won-sang was eventually replaced by Ahn Jae-joon. The game was won 2-1 but Um Won-sang had to be carried by the staff on his way home.

At that time, national team coach Hwang Sun-hong said, “I’ve been doing well without any major injuries so far, but Um Won-sang seems to have some injuries,” adding, “I’ll check the condition.”

The men’s soccer semifinal match between South Korea and Uzbekistan at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games held at Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 4th. The national team’s Um Won-sang is suffering from Uzbekistan’s rough foul.

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