It’s okay! It’s okay!” A cry that shattered the frozen dorado bee.

March 28, 2023 0 Comments

“It’s okay! It’s okay!”

The Korean national football team (ranked 25th in the FIFA rankings) led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann played Uruguay (ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings) in the second leg of the March A match of the ‘Hana Bank Invitational National Soccer Team Friendly Match’ held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on Tuesday the 28th. ) are facing. The first half ended with Korea leading 0-1 after conceding the first goal.

Korea used a 4-2-3-1 formation. Hwang Ui-jo came out as a one-top striker. In the second line, Lee Jae-seong, Son Heung-min, and Lee Kang-in fired support.안전놀이터 Jung Woo-young (Al Sadd) and Hwang In-beom protected the midfield. The 4th back was Lee Ki-je, Kim Young-kwon, Kim Min-jae, and Kim Tae-hwan. The goalkeeper gloves were worn by Cho Hyeon-woo.

Uruguay also faced off with a 4-2-3-1 formation. Maxi Gomez was positioned in the front line, and Jonathan Rodriguez, Federico Valverde, and Facunto Torres built the second line. Midfield was played by Matthias Vesino and Manuel Ugarte. The defense consisted of Joaquin Piqueres, Sebastian Coates, Santiago Bueno and Jose Rodriguez. The goalkeeper was Santiago Mele.

Uruguay was also strong. The pressure did not stop with world-class Valverde at the center. Korea gave up the early atmosphere against Uruguay, who raised the line and put pressure on them. In the 5th minute of the first half, when Valverde’s shot, which flew strongly into the goal, was blocked by Jo Hyun-woo’s super save, exclamation poured out.

But in the end, I gave up the balance. In the 10th minute of the first half, Valverde delivered a sharp cross into the box. Coates, who created an empty space behind the Korean defense, pushed it with a header to score a goal.

The Seoul World Cup Stadium, filled with 10,000 spectators, froze in an instant. The one who broke the silence again was the Red Devil. As shouts of “It’s okay! It’s okay!” resounded from the stands, the atmosphere was set.

Korea launched a counterattack thanks to the enthusiastic cheering. Although the long-awaited equalizer was not scored in the first half, the Taegeuk Warriors are reorganizing their lines amidst the cheering of the Red Devils.

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