Son Heung-min, experimenting with ‘Freeroll Again’, moved freely but was frustrated

Korean national soccer team captain and leading striker Son Heung-min (Tottenham) also performed a free-roll mission against Uruguay. However, unlike the first leg against Colombia, the movement and results of the day were somewhat disappointing. It moved freely, 메이저놀이터but it was frustrating.

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, lost 1-2 to Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th.

Son Heung-min took on the front free-roll mission and played full-time, but failed to record an attack point. It was a pity compared to the multi-goal and fly in the game against Colombia held on the 24th.

Son Heung-min took a tactically freer position than before in the two games he played after Klinsman took over as coach.

It worked in the last game against Colombia. At that time, Son Heung-min was able to maximize his advantage by using his speed after finding space and moving freely. In addition, passes were frequently supplied to Son Heung-min, who moved into space, and Son Heung-min attempted to pass or break through several times.

But on this day, Uruguay did not leave Son Heung-min alone. Son Heung-min moved regardless of right, left or center, but Uruguay’s defensive midfielders and center backs followed and kept Son Heung-min in check. So even when Son Heung-min caught the ball, there was no time to come back or dig into the space behind him due to the harsh pressure.

When Son Heung-min was unable to occupy the space, second-tiers such as Hwang In-beom and Lee Jae-seong could not find Son Heung-min as freely as before. His seat was free, but without stall.

Even towards the end of the second half, Son Heung-min was caught by 2-3 Uruguayan defenders and isolated, and when his teammates did not receive a pass, he showed a nervous reaction, showing complete dismay by the opponent’s strategy.

It was free but frustrating. One of the characteristics of Klinsman’s managerial tactics, ‘Free-roll Son Heung-min’, still needs more time and training to be more effective.

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