As I told you earlier, Korea beat France, the favorite to win the FIFA U-20 World Cup. Goalkeeper Kim Joon-hong’s performance, who pitched well despite his dubious decision and dizzying injury, was really impressive.
Kim Joon-hong, the son of Incheon goalkeeper coach Kim Yi-seop, was firmly in charge of the goal despite France’s wave offensive.메이저놀이터
He stably blocked more than 20 shots, and especially in the 5th minute of the second half, he blew away his teammate’s header mistake that almost made an own goal.
In the 21st minute of the second half, we faced a dizzying situation.
While trying to block the cross, he was shocked when he hit the opponent’s striker who forcibly flew, but the referee took out a yellow card saying it was Kim Joon-hong’s foul without even reading the video and even declared a penalty.
[Jang Jihyun/SBS commentator: “(The goalkeeper) couldn’t contact the ball and got in the way”] [The referee saw it like this, but I think it’s too much to give a penalty kick (PK)]
Although he gave up the goal due to a dubious decision and had the aftermath of a collision on his neck and shoulders, Kim Joon-hong secured a one-goal lead with his fighting spirit, and laid down on the ground after pouring everything out.
The opposing goalkeeper was so brilliant that he raised his thumb.
[Kim Eun-joong/U-20 national soccer team coach: France attacked hard, but I’m grateful that our defenders didn’t lose focus and lose points until the end]
Lee Seung-won, the team’s captain and commander of the midfield, not only scored the first goal, but also played the ground constantly over offense and defense, and Lee Young-joon, an active soldier, scored the winning goal and held a disciplined salute ceremony to the world.
[Lee Young-joon / U-20 national soccer team striker: We will make sure to return to Korea with good results. Thank you.]