Lee Jae-sung, 30, shares his thoughts.

The South Korean national soccer team, led by Jürgen Klinsmann, is set to take on the El Salvador national team, led by Hugo Perez, in the Hana Bank Invitational A match at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium on May 20 at 8 p.m. (KST).

Lee Jae-sung, the backbone of Klinsmann’s national team and a key player for his club FSV Mainz 05, was interviewed at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 18th as a representative of the squad before training. 메이저사이트

STN Sports quoted him as saying, “We are in the process of finding the optimal formation, but we used a 4-4-2 against Peru, with Lee Kang-in as the left flanking midfielder. When Shin Tae-yong was coach, Lee Jae-sung and Kwon Chang-hoon played in the same position, and their dynamism and activity were well received. 안전놀이터추천 What do you think are the differences between the roles of the left and right flank midfielders then and now?”

“When Coach Klinsmann plays me in the side midfield, he asks me to play a lot of switching plays (so that I’m not tied to a position), and our national team players themselves are players who can play in any position. So I’m comfortable (playing any position). It’s up to the players to continue to find that chemistry and find the best position, and I think he’s doing a good job of that.”

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