It is Klinsmann who is crying at the occurrence of new injuries and laughing at the return of the injured.
The Korean national soccer team is preparing for a match against Saudi Arabia in the round of 16 strongest teams at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup. On Wednesday, the Korean national soccer team started to harden its players in the round of 16 at the Al-Egla Training Center in Doha, Qatar, but this time, Moon Seon-min (Jeonbuk Hyundai) could not join the training due to his hamstring.
According to the Korea Football Association, Moon suffered a right hamstring injury during training the previous day. He is unlikely to play in the round of 16 match against Saudi Arabia.라바카지노
The team is disbanded in a day. All 26 players gathered at the recovery training session on the 27th. Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), Kim Jin-soo (Jeonbuk Hyundai), and Lee Ki-je (Suwon Samsung), who was away due to a hamstring injury, also stood on the pitch, and a defector occurred a day after training as a “complete body.”
Moon Seon-min is not the main agent, but he is a player who can revitalize the team’s attack at any time by being replaced as a “joker.” From the tournament, physical fitness management is important because the duration of the game becomes shorter, and the departure of a backup player has a significant impact on the team.
Nevertheless, the good news is the recovery speed of the other three. Hwang Hee-chan and Kim Jin-soo, who made their return to the final group match against Malaysia on the 25th, as well as Lee Ki-je, who was excluded due to a hamstring injury, are gaining strength again.
A KFA source said, “Happiness and Jinsoo are both in good condition. I thought about the quarterfinals or something, but they have improved a lot. Treatment is also progressing well. The players are making great efforts. I’m looking forward to it as they can almost play full time,” adding, “I think Lee Ki-je will be able to participate in the main training. Even if he cannot play full-time, he is willing to do it himself.”
Klinsmann will play a game against Saudi Arabia at 1 a.m. on Saturday (Korea time). He is aiming to win the title for the first time in 64 years since 1960, but the group stage and the result were disappointing. After finishing the group stage with one win and two draws, he ranked second in the knockout stage.
“My goal was to have the final. From now on, I have confidence. Every time I lose a point, I get angry and upset, but the important thing is to trust ourselves. I have to respect any opponent and prepare seriously,” Klinsmann said.
Meanwhile, the training session was held in the afternoon for the first time since entering the local community. Unlike the three group matches that kicked off at 2:30 p.m. local time, the round of 16 teams will take place at 7 p.m.