Can’t I get a card here?Huh Jung-moo, “This is Chinese soccer.” Why are you angry?

Former Daejeon Hana Citizen Chairman Huh Jung-moo, who made Korean soccer’s round of 16 at the 2010 South Africa World Cup, took a hint at the absurd decision made during the first Asian Cup match. 토토사이트 추천

The South Korean national soccer team, led by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, played the first Group E match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup against Bahrain at Jasim bin Hamad Stadium in Doha, Qatar on the 15th (Korea time). South Korea won 3-1 with Hwang In-beom’s first goal in the first half and Lee Kang-in’s multi-goal in the second half.

Lee Kang-in played a role as a troubleshooter, although he experienced a dangerous moment by conceding an equalizer early in the second half. South Korea, which has never reached the top of Asia since winning in 1960, took the first step toward the trophy in 64 years.

Meanwhile, former chairman Huh Jung-moo’s cutting-edge remarks, who was watching and commenting on the game in real time through the “Eastar TV x tvN Sports” YouTube channel, are the talk of the town.

In the extra time of the first half, Son Heung-min was outraged when the game continued even though he tripped over a rough tackle by a Bahraini player. “Of course, we have to give him a yellow card,” Huh said. “This is Chinese soccer. This is Chinese soccer.”

The referee in the match against Bahrain on the day was Chinese Manning. “I think that’s why Chinese soccer has not been able to display its outstanding performance in Asia despite its good infrastructure,” Huh said.

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