Men’s Soccer Crosses the Great Wall Beats China 2-0

Men’s Soccer Crosses the Great Wall Beats China 2-0, Sets Up Quarterfinal Against Uzbekistan on Thursday

South Korea’s Hong Hyun-seok (6) performs a ‘shhh‘ gesture towards the crowd after scoring the first goal with a left-footed free kick in the 18th minute during the men’s football quarterfinal match between South Korea and China at the Asian Games at the Huanglong Sports Center in Hangzhou, China, on Jan. 1.

Erupted from the 38,000 fans in the stadium as the national anthem ended before kickoff. 카지노사이트원

As soon as the kickoff was taken, the sound of ‘chayo’ (加油) cheering for their countrymen vibrated throughout the stadium.

The Taegeuk Warriors overcame the adverse conditions to secure a valuable victory over host China.

South Korea’s men’s national football team won their Asian Games quarterfinal match against China 2-0 on Monday at the Huanglong Sports Center in Hangzhou, China.

They will face Uzbekistan, who beat Saudi Arabia 2-1 the same day,

in the semifinals on Thursday at the Huanglong Sports

Center. The Uzbeks were the quarterfinal opponents at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Game.

South Korea won the match 4-3 in extra time.

On this day, Hwang Sun-hong dropped Lee Kang-in (22) of Paris Saint-Germain in France and Jung Woo-young (24) of Stuttgart in Germany from his starting lineup.

Instead, he stuck with an attacking lineup that featured in-form players such as Ahn Jae-joon (22),

Cho Young-wook (24), and Song Min-gyu (24),

including Ko Young-joon (22), who has recorded “one goal and four assists” in his last four games.

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