‘Tears over orbital fracture’ Another ordeal for Kim Jin-soo

The evil spirit of injury visited soccer team defender Kim Jin-soo (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors) once again.

Kim Jin-soo started as a left-sided defender in the second match of the two-match A match against El Salvador held at Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 20th at 8:00 pm, but was replaced in the second half due to injury.온라인카지노

Kim Jin-soo, who took a break from the game against Peru on the 16th, returned to start and played the ground diligently, but suffered a facial injury in a collision with teammate Lee Jae-seong (Mainz) at the end of the first half.

Kim Jin-soo went off the field for a while. He came back, but he couldn’t hold out any longer and was eventually replaced by Park Kyu-hyeon (Dinamo Dresden) in the 13th minute of the second half to finish the game.

Kim Jin-soo, who was interviewed in the mixed zone after the game, had a swollen face. He explained his physical condition, saying, “I went to the hospital and was diagnosed with an orbital fracture that the cheekbones and jawbone were broken, so I think I will have to have surgery.”

He said, “I thought there was no place to be hurt anymore, but I was dumbfounded and quite disappointed that his face was injured. I am especially sorry to his family,” he said, shaking his head.

According to Kim Jin-soo, it will take about two months for him to recover after surgery.

In particular, Kim Jin-soo suffers from frequent injuries. He has painful memories of dropping out of the national team due to injury ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the 2018 Russia World Cup.

Kim Jin-soo, who has been unable to play for the time being due to an injury. ⓒ Daily An DB
Last year at the Qatar tournament, he stepped on the World Cup stage after 2 matches and 3 periods, but he has been suffering from an injury again since the launch of Klinsmann.

Kim Jin-soo, who was named in the A-match call list in March, was replaced due to a back injury after participating in an evaluation match against Colombia, and eventually dropped out of the national team. Due to a fracture of the left transverse process of lumbar vertebrae No. 2 as a result of a detailed examination, Kim Jin-soo was unable to play for about two months after undergoing treatment and rehabilitation. After returning from injury, Kim Jin-soo, who was called by head coach Klinsman in June, suffered a major injury this time, leaving regret.

It was also unclear whether he would join the national team in September. Even if he recovers from his injury, it is unclear whether he will be able to show his full performance.

It is also an honor to wear the Taegeuk mark, but if he gets injured every time he plays for the national team, he himself will feel a great burden. Attention is focusing on whether Kim Jin-soo will be able to overcome the ordeal and play an active part in the Asian Cup, which will be held in January next year.

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