The core of change is the ‘left side’. In the 4-4-2 formation, Lee Kang-in as left midfielder and Lee Ki-je as left defender start. We should pay attention to the ‘left foot’ of Lee Kang-in and Lee Ki-je.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will face off against Uruguay (ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings) in the ‘Hana Bank Invitational National Football Team Friendly Match’ held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 28th.
Coach Klinsman’s debut match against Colombia left hopes and challenges at the same time. Coach Klinsman said he would win the hearts of fans with aggressive football, but the offense could give a passing score, but the defense concentration and organizational skills were disappointing. Nevertheless, it received good reviews and achieved good results by playing leading soccer against Colombia, a strong player in South America.
For this reason, no major changes were made. The aggressive 4-4-2 formation, which showed good performance in the last game against Colombia, is activated again, and key players such as Son Heung-min, Hwang In-beom, Lee Jae-seong, Kim Min-jae, and Kim Young-kwon start once again. Heung-Min Son and Ui-Jo Hwang in the front line, Kang-In Lee, In-Beom Hwang, Woo-Young Jung (Al Sadd), and Jae-Sung Lee in the midfield, and Lee Ki-Je, Young-Kwon Kim, Min-Jae Kim, and Tae-Hwan Kim in the back four.
The biggest change is on the left side. Under coach Paulo Bento, the 4-1-4-1 formation was mainly used, so the owner of the left winger was Son Heung-min, and the immovable left-back was Kim Jin-soo. However, coach Klinsmann used the 4-4-2 formation, and Son Heung-min moved up to the forefront, while Kim Jin-soo was unable to play due to injury.
For this reason, changes were expected in the left midfielder and left back, and Lee Kang-in will start as a replacement for Jung Woo-young (Freiburg), who showed a little disappointing performance in the last game against Colombia. Lee Kang-in mainly plays as an attacking midfielder, but he also played on the left side of his team, so he plays in the same position in the national team.
Lee Ki-je and Seol Young-woo competed at left fullback, but Lee Ki-je once again stepped up. Since Klinsmann is a very aggressive soccer coach, Lee Gi-je, who has strengths in left-footed kicks and attack development, was dropped as a starter, and Seol Young-woo has just joined the national team, so he starts from the bench.
We should pay attention to the left feet of Lee Kang-in and Lee Ki-je, located on the left side. Lee Kang-in has a sharp left-footed kick that has been recognized in Spanish La Liga, and Lee Ki-je is evaluated as the best left-footed player in the K-League.메이저사이트 The two players are in charge of creating chances based on sharp kicking power from the side, and Son Heung-min and Hwang Eui-jo finish the match at the front.