Disappointed fans of KIM, Captain SON soothed “The uniform of the Korean national team is an honor”

 Korean national soccer team captain Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham) expressed his affection and deep gratitude towards the fans.

Son Heung-min posted on his SNS on카지노사이트 the 29th, “Playing for the country, wearing the uniform of the Korean national soccer team is always proud and honored” along with a photo of the goal ceremony against Colombia.

Son Heung-min, who returned to Korea last week during the A match period, played two friendly matches against Colombia in Ulsan on the 24th and Uruguay in Seoul on the 28th. Against Colombia, he scored two goals, including a fantastic free kick goal, to draw a 2-2 draw. He did not score a goal against Uruguay, but he played his 110th A match in his career and tied for 8th place in the record for the most appearances in Korea.

In the case of the Colombia match, it was the first A match in about four months after the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar World Cup match against Brazil in the round of 16, and the debut match of the new Korean national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann (59). A full crowd of 35,727 in Ulsan and 63,952 in Seoul cheered the Taegeuk Warriors. Amid the enthusiastic support of fans, Klins Manho showed new colors and hopes despite the result of 1 draw and 1 loss with hot attacking soccer.

Son Heung-min said, “I was able to feel the love that football is receiving again while playing a home game after a long time. I couldn’t give you a gift with a wonderful victory, but I will try to become a team that develops in the future. Thank you to everyone who supported us for 10 days. . See you soon at the playground, Sonny?”

The captain’s heartfelt impression was a warm word that soothed the hearts of Korean soccer fans who were disappointed with the remarks of another ‘core of the national team’ Kim Min-jae (27, SSC Napoli) the previous day (28th).

In an interview after the game against Uruguay, Kim Min-jae sparked controversy by saying, “It’s a bit difficult right now and I’m mentally broken. It’s tough soccer and physically. I want to pay more attention to my team than the national team.” In the end, Kim Min-jae posted an apology through social media that day, revealing that the remark was due to extreme pressure. However, he is still receiving cold stares for being frivolous.

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