Lee Kang-in’s First Appearance and Hwang Sun-hong Wins

‘Lee Kang-in’s First Appearance’ Hwang Sun-hong Wins 3-0 against Bahrain

The Korean men’s national soccer team, participating in the Hangzhou Asian Games,

passed the group stage with all three wins.

Lee Kang-in (22, Paris Saint-Germain), who joined the national team late,

also improved his physical condition in his first appearance.

The Korean national team, led by coach Hwang Sun-hong (55),

played against Bahrain in the final third game of Group E of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games group stage

against Bahrain held at the Jinhua Sports Center Stadium in Zhejiang Province, China on the 24th.

Lee Han-beom (22, Midtjylland) and Baek Seung-ho (26, Jeonbuk),

won 3-0 thanks to consecutive goals by Ko Yong-jun (22, Pohang).

The Game

Korea (9 points), which secured first place in the group and advanced to the round of 16 after two games,

continued its upward trend by winning all three of its group matches. 온라인카지노

Korea defeated Kuwait 9-0 in the first game on the 19th and Thailand 4-0 in the second game on the 21st.

16 goals and no goals in 3 games.

The Korean national team will face Group E second-place Kyrgyzstan in the round of 16 at the same venue at 8:30 p.m. on the 27th, Korean time.

With North Korea taking first place in Group E, the match between North and South Korea will only take place if both teams advance to the finals.

The biggest highlight of the day was the performance of Lee Kang-in, who started.

Today was the first sortie for this competition.

Lee Kang-in

Lee Kang-in, who was in rehabilitation last month due to a left thigh muscle injury,

entered the field as a second half substitute in the European Champions League group stage match

between Paris Saint-Germain and Dortmund on the 20th,

then immediately boarded a plane to China and joined the national team on the 21st.

As Lee Kang-in improved his condition by playing only 35 minutes in the first half.

Coach Hwang Sun-hong called Lee Kang-in to the bench early considering his physical strength.

On this day, Coach Hwang removed a large number of starting players and hired rotation members in order to distribute physical strength.

The first half struggled against Bahrain’s tight defense and ended 0-0.

In the 16th minute of the second half, when the opponent’s stamina was low,

defender Lee Han-beom scored the first goal with a header.

As Korea gained momentum, substitute midfielder Baek Seung-ho scored an additional goal with a right-footed shot in the 29th minute of the second half, and striker Ko Yong-jun scored a key goal.

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