Klinsmann, who beat Iraq to prepare for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, also left a pleasant “no point” record.
South Korea’s national soccer team, led by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann, won 1-0 in an exhibition match against Iraq at New York University Stadium in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the 6th and recorded seven consecutive A matches without losing a point.랭크카지노주소
In September last year, the team drew 0-0 in a warm-up match against Wales, and has won six consecutive games since then.
According to the Korea Football Association on the 7th, “7 consecutive games without allowing a point” is tied for third in the A-match history of the Korean national team.
The No. 1 player in this category is scoreless in 10 consecutive matches from the 0-0 draw against North Korea in the East Asian Cup in August 2015 under Coach Uli Stielike to the forfeiture victory against Kuwait (3-0) in the second Asian qualifying round for the 2018 World Cup in Russia in March 2016.
In second place, eight consecutive games in 1970 were scoreless, and seven consecutive games were scoreless once more in 1978 and 1989, according to the Korea Football Association.
Ahead of the Asian Cup, which opens in Qatar on the 12th, Klinsmann completed the team’s performance check with a victory without losing a point in the match against Iraq, but there was also a “oket tee” that Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain) was sent off. In the match, Lee Kang-in was sent off due to accumulation of warnings as he received a yellow card due to the opponent’s provocation at the end of the second half.
According to the Korea Football Association, a Korean player’s exit from an A-match came seven years and three months after Hong Jeong-ho (accumulated warnings) in the final qualifying match for the Russia World Cup against Qatar held in Suwon in October 2016. The number of matches has been 96 games.
Lee Kang-in is the 45th Korean player to be sent off from the A match, the Korea Football Association said.