A green light has been given to the offensive lineup of the men’s soccer team aiming to win the men’s soccer championship at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games. Eom Won-sang (Ulsan), who was injured in the semifinals against Uzbekistan, underwent light training on the 6th (Korean time).
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, will play the final against Japan on the afternoon of the 7th. Following the last tournament, they met their rival Japan in the final for the second time in a row. As it is the last game, we will aim for victory with our best skills.
Eom Won-sang, whose participation was uncertain due to an injury suffered in the match against Uzbekistan on the 4th, participated in training the day before the game to minimize the risk of leaving the offensive line.메이저사이트
On this day, Eom Won-sang appeared at the national team training in preparation for the finals held at the auxiliary stadium of Huanglong Sports Center in Hangzhou, China. Before starting full-scale training, I stretched on the track outside the ground.
Soon, Eom Won-sang did some light running around the cones erected on the ground grass. However, he warmed up carefully, minimizing his jumping movements compared to his other teammates.
Eom Won-sang, who handled his running, even gave and received a pass to his teammate. After collapsing in a back tackle attempted by Uzbeshkistan’s Ivrohim Halil Yuldashev during the semifinals, he complained of discomfort in his ankle and shin, but no leg discomfort was seen in today’s training.
This is good news for Hwang Seon-Hong, who is seeking his third consecutive victory. Not only did he leave the stadium with support, but Coach Hwang also reacted cautiously, raising the possibility of a power leak. Fortunately, the training that day raised expectations for participation in the finals.
Eom Won-sang is a striker who boasts fast speed. He is a key resource that can sway Japan’s flank. If Eom Won-sang regains his full condition by the day of the finals, he could be looking at his first three consecutive wins in the competition.