Clinsmanho Is Another ‘Injured Devil’ Ahead of Tournament… It’s unclear whether Moon Seon-min will participate

Clinsmanho Is Another ‘Injured Devil’ Ahead of Tournament… It’s unclear whether Moon Seon-min will participate

South Korea, which aims to win the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, once again faced an evil spirit of injury. This time, side striker Moon Seon-min (Jeonbuk Hyundai) left due to injury.

According to the Korea Football Association (KFA) on the evening of the 28th (Korea time), side striker Moon Seon-min (Jeonbuk Hyundai) was missing from training due to a strain on his right hamstring. It is also known that his participation in the round of 16 match against Saudi Arabia, which will be held at 1 p.m. on the 31st, is also unclear.라바카지노주소

The variable is that there were additional injuries again this time. In the tournament, the so-called “surprise” player’s performance is also important, as the available cards have disappeared.

Moon Seon-min has yet to be on the ground at this year’s event, but he has consistently been on board the Klinsmann. This is why he is disappointed in his departure.

If there is any comfort, it is news that the injured players will return. Kim Jin-soo (Jeonbuk Hyundai) and Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), who were in the bench in the group league, returned after playing as substitute in the third match against Malaysia. According to the KFA, both players are in physical condition capable of playing full time.

Lee Ki-je (Suwon Samsung), who was injured in the second round, also recently joined the team’s training.

The key remaining is managing the card. Six players in the group league alone are facing card trouble. If two yellow cards are accumulated, Korea cannot play in the next match. Korea, however, received eight yellow cards in just three group matches. In other words, if they receive yellow cards in the match against Saudi Arabia, they will not be able to play in the quarterfinals. In this year’s event, the cards will disappear only after reaching the quarterfinals. With each and every player’s departure painful, coach Klinsmann’s ability to manage the team is put to the test.

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