Colombia provoked Taegeuk Warriors again with immoral behavior.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (59, Germany), is playing a friendly match against Colombia at the Ulsan World Cup Stadium on the 24th. This is Klinsmann’s debut as a Korean coach. On the 27th of last month, coach Klinsman took over the leadership of the Korean soccer team after former coach Paulo Bento.
There were twists and turns before the game started. The kick-off was delayed by 21 minutes as Colombia was ‘late’. However, the Taegeuk Warriors did not waver. From the beginning of the game, they actively attacked. The finish was up to Son Heung-min. In the 10th minute of the first half, he took advantage of an error in the opponent’s defense and fired a powerful mid-range shot. The ball left his toe and shook the opponent’s net. It was the ‘No. 1 goal’ under Klinsman’s managerial system. 안전놀이터
Columbia is very nervous. He did not hesitate to fight fiercely to prevent South Korea’s attack. The situation in question came in the 28th minute when Korea was leading 1-0. It was the course of the Korean attack. Cho Kyu-sung and Kim Tae-hwan were driving the ball side by side. Between them, Matheus Uribe dug in. There was no gap. Cho Kyu-sung went ahead. Then Uribe kicked Cho Kyu-sung from behind. Hwang In-beom, who saw this, pushed Matheus, and Matheus pushed Kim Tae-hwan and engaged in a war of nerves. Players and referees had to rush in together to stop it.
Colombia’s ‘bad manners’ is not the first time. In 2017, he caused controversy with racist gestures. He also did an immoral act of forcing Kim Jin-soo, who had fallen, to stand up. In 2019, they threw out the emergency box and engaged in a series of nervous battles.