‘Lee Jae-sung’s winning goal’ Cleansman vanquishes Iraq

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The South Korean national soccer team, which is trying to win the Asian Cup for the first time in 64 years, won 1-0 in an exhibition match against Iraq.

The national team continued its six-game winning streak of A matches.

I’m reporter Lee Seung-guk.

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An exhibition match against Iraq in the form of a final mock test in preparation for the Asian Cup, which opens on the 13th.랭크카지노도메인

Coach Klinsmann of the national soccer team put most of the main players, including Son Heung-min, Lee Kang-in, Hwang Hee-chan, and Kim Min-jae, on the bench in the first half.

Instead, he put Oh Hyun-kyu, who plays for Celtic in Scotland, at the forefront, and placed Jung Woo-young, Hong Hyun-suk, Lee Jae-sung and Hwang In-beom in the second line.

As soon as the first half began, the national team, which overcame the loss crisis due to goalkeeper Kim Seung-gyu’s good defense, calmly aimed for the Iraqi goal.

In the end, Lee Jae-sung’s powerful left-footed mid-range shot in the 40th minute of the first half shook the net and finished the first half 1-0.

At the start of the second half, the national team replaced five players.

It launched the ‘best lineup’ to play in the Asian Cup.

The national team took the initiative in the game. But the goal was not opened easily.

Son Heung-min tripped over the goalkeeper’s hand in the 21st minute of the second half, but no penalty was declared, followed by Cho Kyu-sung and Park Yong-woo’s headers.

In the 41st minute of the second half, Lee Kang-in was forced out by the opponent’s rough play.

The opposing player nervously pushed Lee Kang-in’s face first, but the referee took out a yellow card for both players, and Lee Kang-in, who received one yellow card earlier, left the stadium with accumulated warnings.

The match ended 1-0, and the national team won the final mock test, continuing its six-match winning streak.

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