The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, finished the first half of the A-match evaluation match against Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 p.m.
Uruguay made up a force of young blood,토토사이트 with veterans missing. More sophisticated than expected. They put pressure on Korea through their power-filled performances.
South Korea struggled against Uruguay’s solid physicality. He failed to gain the upper hand in the physical fight and continued to give possession of the ball.
South Korea was unable to follow Uruguay’s sharp space pass. He exposed a threatening scene while not easily blocking the threatening ball development in the right place.
Uruguay’s strong pressure also took away South Korea’s strength. Actively moving from the front, blocking the attack route in advance.
South Korea, centered on Son Heung-min and Lee Kang-in, started attacking and knocked Uruguay’s goal.
However, it was pushed back in the physical fight against Uruguay and collapsed due to space passes and pressure, showing an unfortunate appearance.
Coach Klinsman, who needs to find a solution at halftime to prepare for the second half.