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“There are seven Japanese players…”‘ In Korea, only SON, Kim Min-jae, and Lee Kang-in were selected…Best 11 Asian Cup Stars

Among them, premftbl, a sports specialist, selected 11 Asian stars to play at the 2023 Qatar Asian Cup and selected the best 11. However, there were only three Korean players compared to seven Japanese players. Including “Captain” Son Heung-min (Tottenham), “Monster Defender” Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich) and “Golden Talent” Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain) were listed. 온라인경마

Korean ace Son Heung-min has continued to perform well this season. He has 11 goals and four assists in 18 matches in the league. At a home game against Everton in the 18th round of the league on Sunday, he also scored a decisive goal and led his team to a 2-1 victory. This season, Son ranked third in the goal tally. He is on par with West Ham striker Jarrod Bowen, and is closely following second-ranked Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah (12 goals). He also has a wide gap with top scorer Erling Holan (14 goals).

Kim Min-jae, who led his team Napoli to win the title last season, moved to Munich through the summer transfer market and successfully entered a big club. He has surpassed world-class defenders as key defender of Munich. Lee Kang-in also won the competition with prominent players and is currently playing as a key member of Paris Saint-Germain. In this season, Lee scored one goal and two assists in 10 matches in the league.

However, Korean players who are active in other European leagues such as Lee Jae-sung (Mainz), Oh Hyun-kyu (Celtic), and Cho Kyu-sung (Mitwillan) were not selected as the best 11. Japanese players who made the best 11 were Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad), Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton), Wataru Endo (Riverpool), Takumi Minamino (AS Monaco), Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart), Takehiro Tomiyasu (Ahnall) and Yukinari Sugawara (Alkmar).

The latest formation was a 4-3-3. Son Heung-min, Kubo, Mitoma three-top, and Lee Kang-in, Minamino, and Endo were deployed as midfielders. From the left were Ito, Kim Min-jae, Tomiyasu, and Sugawara. The only non-Korean player with nationality from Korea and Japan is goalkeeper Matthew Ryan (Australia, Copenhagen).

South Korea and Japan are considered the biggest contenders for the Asian Cup title this time. Korea is aiming to win the title for the first time in 64 years since the 1960 Asian Cup. South Korea will face Bahrain, Jordan, and Malaysia in Group E of the Asian Cup. It will have its first match against Bahrain on Jan. 15.

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