Hwang In-beom, the 5th goal of A match, raised the possibility of ‘Prince Klins Manho’
Hwang In-beom (27, Olympiacos) made a strong impression on the Korean national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann with a hot goal against Uruguay.
Korea lost 1-2 in the friendly against Uruguay held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the afternoon of the 28th. Hwang In-beom, who played as a starting midfielder, scored an equalizer in the 6th minute of the second half when the score was 0-1.
Lee Gi-je (Suwon Samsung), who was on the left side of the box, made a cutback pass to Hwang In-beom, who was running toward the goal, and Hwang In-beom shook the net with a right-footed non-stop shot.
It was his fifth goal in 43 matches of his A match. Hwang In-beom started scoring in about a year and five months after the goal against Syria (2-1 Korea win) in the final qualifier for the 2022 Qatar World Cup held on October 7, 2021.
When the equalizer was scored, the 63,952 fans who filled the stadium burst into cheers. Hwang In-beom quickly grabbed the ball and ran to the half-line as if he had no time to celebrate.
Hwang In-bum diligently moved for his come-from-behind goal. Uruguay’s Federico Valverde (Real Madrid) attempted a rough tackle on Hwang In-beom two minutes later as if to vent his anger.
However, Hwang In-beom did not stop and went back and forth full-time. In the 18th minute of the second half, the opponent allowed the winning goal and lost 1-2, but Hwang In-beom’s presence increased.
Hwang In-beom said after the game, “I’m not a player who scores a lot, but I scored a goal wearing a national team uniform after a long time.” Even so, he said, “Of course it was good at the time, but when I looked at the results, I couldn’t win,” he said, expressing a feeling of regret. 카지노사이트
When asked if a new crown prince is likely to emerge from Klinsman, Hwang In-beom replied, “Under coach Klinsman, someone else may hear that expression. The players know it.” He went on to stress that “whatever player it is, that player is a good player.”
He did not hesitate to cheer for the future ‘Prince Klinsmanho’, saying, “No matter who it was, whether it was me or another player, I always want to tell the players who receive such expressions that it is an opportunity to give strength and grow next to them.”