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I can’t see Lee Kang-in…Son Heung-min’s PK first goal → Park Yong-woo’s own goal → “Allowed the reverse goal.” South Korea was taken 1-2 to Jordan

The national soccer team (23rd in FIFA rankings), led by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, finished the first half 1-2 against Jordan (87th) in the second Group E match of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup at Altumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 8:30 p.m. on the 20th (Korea time). 토토사이트 추천

The starting list has changed only one spot compared to the match against Bahrain on the 15th. Cho Hyun-woo (Ulsan HD) will wear goalkeeper gloves in place of Kim Seung-gyu (Al-Shabab), who was called up due to a ruptured cruciate ligament.

In the place of Hwang Hee-chan, who was absent due to accumulated left hip fatigue, Lee Jae-sung (Mainz) kept the second line with Son Heung-min (Tottenham) and Hwang In-beom (Zvezda) and Lee Kang-in (PSG). Park Yong-woo (Al Ain) protected the four-back line from below, and Lee Ki-je (Suwon Samsung), Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), Jung Seung-hyun (Ulsan HD) and Seol Young-woo (Ulsan HD).

At the start of the first half, Hwang In-beom collided with Moussa Altamari and collapsed. Medical staff were rushed in, but fortunately, it was not a major injury. South Korea preheated in the second minute when Lee Kang-in hit a surprise shot from the right side of the penalty box.

Korea aimed for Jordan’s space with a short pass play. He had a chance in the 9th minute of the first half. Hwang In-beom stabbed a penetrating pass to Son Heung-min, who was rushing into the penalty box. Son Heung-min tripped and fell while Essan Haddad was blocking it with a tackle. After the referee’s on-field review, the penalty kick was declared, and Son Heung-min himself played as a kicker and calmly kicked it into the center in the 9th minute of the first half to shake the net.

Having taken the lead, Korea relaxed and played the game. While the opponent team’s defense was faltering in the 12th minute of the first half, Son Heung-min, who stole the ball, exchanged one-two passes with Hwang In-beom, and hit a shot from the left side of the penalty box, but it flew over the goalpost.

When Jordan took a chance to counterattack, Kim Min-jae blocked it in advance. In the 20th minute of the first half, Cho Hyun-woo hit a shot that Moussa Altamari curled with his left foot from the right side of the box.

He faced a crisis. Hwang In-beom was given a warning for making a foul near the penalty arc in the 27th minute of the first half, and gave Jordan a chance for a free kick. Mahmoud Al-Mardi stepped forward as a kicker, but Cho Hyun-woo got in the right direction and flew to block the ball.

Jordan, who gained momentum, blasted it, and South Korea dedicated the equalizer. Alashidan, who received Altamari’s pass in the 35th minute of the first half, crossed the goalpost. Yazan al-Naimat aimed for the goal with his header, but it went up. However, in the 37th minute of the first half, Park Yong-woo marked Yazan Al-Rab with a left corner kick, but the ball that was trying to clear was sucked into the goalpost and scored an own goal.

He had a chance to run away in the 42nd minute of the first half. Cho Kyu-sung got a foul in the “Son Heung-min zone,” and Son Heung-min kicked a shot but it missed the left side of the net. Jordan continued its offensive until the last minute of extra time and scored a come-from-behind goal in the first half. When Altamari’s shot hit Jung Seung-hyun and bounced into the second ball, Al-Naimat hit the corner of the left goal again. After Lee Ki-je’s surprise mid-range shot, Korea even tried to score a second ball to Cho, but failed to score an equalizer.

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