Hwang Seon-Hong-ho collapsed due to a fatal mistake Shin Tae-yong’s knee to Indonesia at the end of his career

Conceding 2 goals in the first half due to defensive anxiety. Unnecessary fouls result in being outnumbered 21 shots allowed until overtime. Failure to qualify for the Olympics for the first time in 40 years

Junsu Byun heading

Hwang Seon-hong’s dream of reaching the finals of the 2024 Paris Olympics went to waste due to a fatal mistake and unnecessary foul.

Korea’s under-23 men’s soccer team, led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, drew 2-2 with Indonesia in regular time and overtime in the quarterfinals of the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Asian Cup held at the Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar on the 26th. .

In the ensuing penalty shootout, they lost 10-11 and bowed to Indonesia, led by coach Shin Tae-yong.

The defense, which had kept the team scoreless in three group stage games, collapsed on this day, conceding two goals in the first half alone. More than 20 shots (21) were allowed until overtime.

Indonesia’s first goal, which came in the 15th minute of the first half, was due to the ‘individual skills’ of goaltender Rafael Straweek.

He caught the ball near the corner of the penalty box and made a surprise kick with his right foot, hitting the corner of the opposite goal accurately. Even goalkeeper Baek Jong-beom (Seoul) was so sharp that he couldn’t use his hands.

However, in the extra time of the first half when the score was tied 1-1, the scene where we suddenly allowed a second goal was, without excuse, the result of a careless mistake by our defense.

The Indonesian defender kicked the ball far below the halfway line to Strawick, who rushed into our penalty box.

He was being checked by Lee Kang-hee (Gyeongnam) and Cho Hyun-taek (Gimcheon), who played as defensive midfielders.

However, while the two players missed the target, Strawick leisurely approached the gate.

Lee Kang-hee, who focused only on the physical fight without looking at the ball, once again missed the opponent’s movement.

Straweek calmly pushed the ball, and the ball flowed into the goal past Baek Jong-beom, who was standing hesitantly, wondering whether to advance.

Not only did Seon-Hong Hwang expose his defensive instability in the first half, but his performance itself was inferior.

Korea, which was slightly inferior in ball possession (48.9%-51.1%), was significantly behind in the number of shots fired (1-7).

Aside from the scene where Koman Tegu Trinanda scored an own goal in the 45th minute when he cleared Uhm Uhm-seong’s (Gwangju) header, there were no scenes threatening Indonesia’s goal in the first half.

The spacing between offense and defense was wide, so forward passes other than long passes were rare, and Indonesia, which was assessed as weak due to low pressure in the midfield, took the lead early on.

On the other hand, ‘Shin Tae-yong‘ Indonesia showed agile transitions between offense and defense, and kept the players closely spaced on defense, not allowing Korean players any room to dig in.

Even in the early part of the second half, when a turnaround was desperately needed, Hwang Seon-hong made a series of mistakes and was unable to get any momentum.

An inaccurate pass from behind and a dribbling mistake in the attacking area led to an opponent’s counterattack, and Indonesia shot four times in a row for four minutes starting in the 9th minute of the second half.

An even more difficult situation unfolded in the 25th minute of the second half for Hwang Seon-hong, who experienced a sharp counterattack and found it difficult to advance. This time it was due to an unnecessary foul. 스포츠토토

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