There is no problem for Eom Won-sang (Ulsan Hyundai) to play at the top. Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho is expected to face Japan with the elite second-line combination.
The Asian Games men’s soccer team, led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, will play the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games men’s soccer final against Japan at the Huanglong Sports Center in Hangzhou, China, at 9 p.m. on the 7th (Korean time). This is the last step toward winning the tournament for the third time in a row.먹튀검증
The key was Uhm Won-sang’s physical condition. In the final training held at the Hwanglong Sports Center auxiliary stadium on the 6th, a day before the finals, Eom Won-sang completed his team’s training without exception. Eom Won-sang started and played diligently in the semifinals against Uzbekistan on the 4th. He moved actively, helping Jung Woo-young score the first goal.
However, in the 17th minute of the second half, Eom Won-sang collapsed. Eom Won-sang was unable to get up for a while due to a rough tackle by Uzbekistan defender Ibrohim Khalil. Director Hwang also looked at me with concern. Eom Won-sang was immediately replaced by Ahn Jae-jun in the 20th minute of the second half. Eom Won-sang limped even as he came to the bench after being replaced. Afterwards, he boarded the bus in the mixed zone on the back of an official. The Korea Football Association announced on the 5th, “Eom Won-sang has a mild left ankle sprain, and we will wait to see how he can play before making a decision.”
Eom Won-sang normally participated in stretching and passing training as well as jumping and shooting training during the training on the 6th. There seemed to be no discomfort in his legs. However, there is a possibility that Coach Hwang will distribute Eom Won-sang’s playing time in order to protect the players.
Being able to participate in the Korea-Japan match as an elite player is a positive factor for Hwang Seon-Hong. Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho’s greatest strength is his second line. Even if someone leaves without a built-in kettle, they do their part. Wild card Seol Young-woo, who was interviewed on this day, also said, “Whether it is outside or inside, no matter who plays, they are doing well.”
Coach Hwang is producing results even with the rotation in place. This is especially true for the second line. In the quarterfinals against China, the second line consisted of Song Min-gyu, Ko Young-jun, and Ahn Jae-jun, and in the semifinals against Uzbekistan, Jung Woo-young, Lee Kang-in, and Eom Won-sang appeared. It seems to be creating synergy by changing the second-line combination depending on the game concept and opponent. The presence or absence of Eom Won-sang is bound to affect the diversity of attack options. We must give our best in the finals and the Korea-Japan match. Being able to appear as an elite member is a positive factor for Hwang Seon-hong.