‘Central hand’ SON, overwhelming under Klinsman!

 Here, a tactical discourse unfolds. 

Hundreds of football matches are played every week around the world. However, there are only a few games that can present a tactical discourse among them. STN Sports has prepared a series of tactical analysis of the matches. 

-[Lee Hyung-joo’s Total Football], 90th story: ‘Central Son’ SON, overwhelming

Son Heung-min (30) under Klinsman showed overwhelming performance under coach Jurgen Klinsman (58). 

The Korean national soccer team, led by new coach Jurgen Klinsmann, drew 2-2 in the Hana Bank invitational match against the Colombia national soccer team led by coach Nestor Lorenzo, held at Munsu Stadium in Ulsan at 8:00 pm (Korean time) on the 24th.  온라인카지노

This match was the first match that Korea’s head coach Klinsmann played after taking office. In that game, attention was focused on what kind of tactics Clinsman would use and how to organize the players. 

First of all, coach Klinsman’s composition of players for the first game followed the flow of Paulo Bentoho. Little Jung Woo-young filled the gap of Hwang Hee-chan, who was injured, and Kim Tae-hwan switched places with Kim Moon-hwan at the rightback position, but there were no major changes. 

But the pattern was completely different. We were the ones who played possession soccer centered around the 4-3-3 formation under coach Bento. However, coach Klinsman played a 4-4-2 centered pressure football. Son Heung-min’s position was deployed from wing forward to forward striker. 

Although Son Heung-min formed a two-top with Cho Kyu-sung, it was not a move limited to the striker position. It was endowed with freedom of movement in the center. It reminded me of the central park role Park Ji-sung, a former national team senior, played for his team, Manchester United. 

Unlike his team, Tottenham, when he was given freedom without the burden of defense, Son Heung-min flew. In the 10th and 45th minutes of the first half, he scored with a fantastic wind-up kick. 

He was great even outside of scoring. In the 30th minute of the first half, the first touch that induces an opponent’s foul and the dribble that creates an opportunity for Jung Woo-young aroused admiration. 

It’s the first game, so we still need to watch it, and the team’s two consecutive runs at the beginning of the second half didn’t bring victory, but the compatibility between new coach Klinsman and captain and ace Son Heung-min looks good. Two people from Tottenham who have a parallel theory that they are fluent in English and German created synergy from the first match. 

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