Kim Min-jae, ‘iron wall mode’ preview… “No goals for attacking football, stronger against rough Uruguay”

‘Korean Monster’ Kim Min-jae (27, Naples) declared a scoreless return match against Uruguay.

The national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (59, Germany), will play its second match in March against Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th. It is a rematch in four months since the first round of Group H (0-0 draw) in the Qatar World Cup group stage last November.

Although it is a friendly match, victory is necessary for the “Klinsman” to cruise toward the 2026 World Cup to be held in three North and Central American countries (Canada, the United States, and Mexico). In particular, the domestic evaluation match (2-1) in October 2018 is the only victory, and it is absolutely inferior with 1 win, 2 draws and 6 losses in the past A match record, so both the content and the result must be captured. 스포츠토토

In his inaugural interview, head coach Klinsman revealed his strong will for attacking football by saying, “A 4-3 victory is better than a 1-0 victory.” His plan is to achieve what he wants by pressurizing the opponent with active and leading play. However, the top priority is to crack down on the back door. Former coach Paulo Bento, who reached the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup, also advocated dominant soccer, but constantly emphasized defensive stability.

At an official press conference held at the National Training Center (NFC) in Paju, Gyeonggi-do on the 27th, Kim Min-jae said, “There are colleagues who can score anytime if they don’t concede. First of all, it is important not to concede a goal.”

The evaluation match against Colombia on the 24th, which ended in a 2-2 draw, showed the importance of ‘a sense of stability’. As coach Klinsman intended, Korea took the lead and led 2-0 in the first half. However, as soon as the second half started, they conceded two goals. Momentary lack of concentration and mistakes overlapped. Kim Min-jae also made a pointless situation as he was pushed by the opposing striker in terms of the dangerous area.

Kim Min-jae, who has quick judgment, explosive speed, control of the air, body-checking, and the ability to accurately deploy the ball, is contributing to his team’s overwhelming lead in Italy’s Serie A, and in the first season of advancing to the European big leagues, the European Football Federation (UEFA) It was a regrettable scene in many ways because I was carefully aiming for the top of the Champions League.

At the time, coach Klinsman also ordered, “Don’t be discouraged by the opponent’s dirty play and fight the same,” and after the game, Kim Min-jae regretted, “I knew how to handle it and I did it stronger, but it seems less rough (than Colombia).”

Of course, he draws a more developed figure in the match against Uruguay. Kim Min-jae said, “South America is rough and hard. We also have to be prepared to face it.”

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