“I remember having a hard time with the expression ‘crown prince’.”
The Korean national football team (ranked 25th in the FIFA rankings) led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann played Uruguay (ranked 16th in the FIFA rankings) in the 2nd leg of the March A match at the ‘Hana Bank Invitational National Soccer Team Friendly Match’ held at Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on Tuesday the 28th. ) lost 1-2.
Korea started with a 4-2-3-1 formation. Hwang Ui-jo came out as a one-top striker. In the second line, Lee Jae-seong, Son Heung-min, and Lee Kang-in were herpes. Jung Woo-young (Al Sadd) and Hwang In-beom protected the midfield. The 4th back was Lee Ki-je, Kim Young-kwon, Kim Min-jae, and Kim Tae-hwan. The goalkeeper gloves were worn by Cho Hyeon-woo.
The match was very tight. Korea gave up the lead in the 10th minute by giving Coates a header first run. Hwang In-beom equalized the score in the 6th minute of the second half, but in the 18th minute of the second half he conceded a goal to Besino and knelt 1-2.
With this, Klinsman’s first call-up ended with 1 draw and 1 loss. Although he failed to report his first victory, the content of the match was positive. Most of the players said that coach Klinsman ordered ‘attack football’ and played accordingly.
Hwang In-beom also played aggressively under Klinsman’s coaching system. When he caught the ball, he looked forward rather than backward, and continued to support second-line attacking resources. He even joined the attack himself and scored against Uruguay.
Naturally, the expression ‘crown prince’ was added again. Hwang In-beom was called the crown prince in the Paulo Bento coaching system. At the beginning of Bento’s appointment as coach, it was also used to mean that he would continue to be selected regardless of his team’s form. As time passed, the evaluation of Hwang In-beom changed, but at the time, Hwang In-beom confessed that it was difficult. 토토사이트
In an interview with Mixt Zone after the game, Hwang In-beom was asked, “After Prince Bento, there is a story about Crown Prince Klinsman.” He then replied, “As always, the expression of the crown prince is not something our players give, and in fact, it seems that media reporters have exposed a lot of that part.”
In addition, Hwang In-beom confessed, “Not only me, but also the former coaches, I always remember that one player had a hard time with the expression of the crown prince.”