Lee Kang-in, the “youngest brother,” has also transformed into a photographer and is striving to take diverse pictures of his players. Hwang Hee-chan, who raised concerns over his injury, is blocking shots from his teammates as a goalkeeper. “Captain” Son Heung-min leads the atmosphere of the training ground and helps players’ individual abilities be chemically combined with their team’s strength.
South Korean players, who are set to play Jordan in the semifinals of the 2023 AFC (Asian Football Federation) Qatar Asian Cup at 0 a.m. on the 7th (Korea time), volunteered for recovery training at the Al Eglah Training Center in Doha, Qatar, showing their willingness to recapture the top spot in Asia for the first time in 64 years. Even after the 120-minute extended blood fight for the second consecutive game, the Korean players brightened the atmosphere of the training ground by playing as a ” secondary character” to instill positive energy in each other with bright faces.
South Korea, led by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann, advanced to the semifinals with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory after 120 minutes of overtime play against Australia in the quarterfinals on the previous day. In the round of 16, ahead of the quarterfinals, South Korea played for more than 240 minutes in two consecutive games, winning 4-2 in the penalty shootout after an extended battle with Saudi Arabia. In general, Korean players looked rather bright as they were nothing strange even if they were exhausted.
What if it’s more fun than the game? (Feat. Longest Time? PK Recorded Kim Min-jae) | Asian Cup EP.20′, released by the Korea Football Association on the 4th through “Inside Cam”, you can vividly feel the current team atmosphere of Korean players. 헤라카지노주소
Lee Kang-in, Hwang Hee-chan, and Kim Min-jae elevated their team’s tension with ” secondary characters.” Lee, who transformed into a photographer at the training site ahead of the second Group E match against Jordan, once again held a camera in his hand and traveled around the training site to capture various images. When Lee appeared, players naturally posed. Lee admires his photography skills.
Hwang Hee-chan, who threw himself on the ground after being hit by a murderous tackle in the quarterfinal against Australia, dispelled concerns by training with a bright expression. He volunteered to serve as the goalkeeper and helped his teammates train for their shootings. Kim Min-jae, who could not play in the semifinal against Jordan due to accumulation of two warnings, made a gesture of dragging his feet intentionally while practicing penalty kicks, drawing laughter from those around him.
South Korea will hold a semifinal match against Jordan at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al-Raiyan, Qatar, at midnight on the 7th to compete for a ticket to the final. Following the 2-2 draw in the second Group E match, the Korean players’ training atmosphere, which will once again face Jordan, is showing solidarity that it can destroy any team.