Coach Bento’s mental strength that does not back down is transplanted to the national team
Coach Klinsman orders ‘Dak Gong’ tactics and shows off his hotness

Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, who has become the head coach of the Korean national soccer team, had a successful debut match.

The soccer team led by coach Klinsman lost 1-2 in a friendly match against Uruguay held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th. 토토사이트

The national team, which had previously drawn 2-2 against Colombia on the 24th, ended their two A matches this March with 1 draw and 1 loss.

Looking at the results alone, it is disappointing, but it is not an exaggeration to say that it was a half-success considering that the opponents were South American powerhouses Uruguay and Colombia.

In particular, this March’s A match was the first match after the change of coach, so it can be said that it is a time to focus on the direction of Korean soccer rather than the result.

What soccer fans who watched these 2 games have in common is a sense of heterogeneity that comes from asking the question, ‘Is Korean football right?’

This is because, far from being intimidated against the strong players of Uruguay and Colombia, they were equal or even overwhelmed.

Former head coach Paulo Bento pushed ahead with a clear tactic of build-up soccer and implanted the mentality that Korean soccer does not back down no matter what team it faces.

As a result, after spending a fairly long period of four years, the players also began to gain confidence, and were able to compete against Uruguay, Ghana and Portugal at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar last year. In other words, coach Bento left behind a legacy of ‘winning mentality’ in Korean football.

The confident players created perfect synergy with coach Klinsman’s ‘Dak Gong’ tactic.

The national team showed a faster and more attack-oriented appearance than during Bento’s coaching, especially the fan-shaped counterattack development process that spread widely around Lee Kang-in was very impressive.

Coach Klinsman, who had a reputation as a world-class striker during his active career, suggested a direction by saying, “I will aim for attacking soccer” after taking the lead of the Korean national team.

When the lid was opened, the national team’s attack was much faster and hotter than expected. This is the reason why the fans cheered and applauded despite the result of 1 draw and 1 loss. Klins Manho, who put the first button in the midst of clear homework such as strengthening the side defense, passed the debut game.

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