Klinsmanho lost to Uruguay in the friendly match… Minjae Kim

Klinsmanho’s evaluation match against Uruguay ended in a disappointing defeat.

After the game, a word from monster defender Kim Min-jae even spread to rumors of retirement. 

When controversy arose that the Taegeuk mark was taken too lightly, he immediately apologized for not being careful.

This is Reporter Kwon Sol.

A rematch against Uruguay, which we met again after the World Cup in Qatar.

In the 10th minute of the first half, Uruguay’s Valverde’s corner kick led to the opening goal, and it seemed to drag the atmosphere, but in the 6th minute of the second half, Hwang In-beom fired a bold and nimble one-touch shot to tie the game 1-1. 

In the end, it was reversed from a free kick situation and ended with Uruguay winning 1-2.

Klinsmanho’s first evaluation match until the match against Colombia on the 24th was 1 draw and 1 loss, and there is no choice but to remain regretful.

Defensive anxiety that led to conceded points is an urgent task.

In a situation where the defense was already weak, a word from ‘defense monster’ Kim Min-jae caused a stir. 스포츠토토

After the game, rumors spread that Kim Min-jae would retire from the national team, saying, “I’m very tired, and I want to focus only on my team.”

As the controversy continued, Kim Min-jae posted on his social media this afternoon, “I apologize for not being careful due to mentally difficult emotions.”

On the other hand, Oh Hyeon-kyu received a pass from Lee Kang-in and fired a picturesque shot. 

Although the goal was canceled due to offside, the presence is definitely number one.

It is an analysis that showed his future clearly in this evaluation match as a preliminary member of the Qatar World Cup.

[Oh Hyeon-kyu / National Soccer Team (Last 21st)]
“It’s such an honor to be wearing the Taegeuk mark, so I want to show you a better image.”

The record of foreign coaches who have led the national team’s debut match so far is 5 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss.

Soccer fans are paying attention to what kind of breath he will show with Clinsman’s aggressive soccer in the future.

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