“Bentoho could have reached the World Cup quarterfinals”

Tunisia thanks to Korean soccer… “Bentoho could have reached the World Cup quarterfinals”

Tunisia national soccer team head coach Jalel Khadri has praised South Korea for reaching the quarterfinals of last year’s Qatar 2022 World Cup under the leadership of Paulo Bento.

“Korea reached the round of 16 at the Qatar 2022 World Cup,” Khadri said at a pre-match press conference on Dec. 12, a day ahead of their A match against South Korea. “They had a good chance of reaching the quarterfinals and even the semifinals, but (quarterfinal opponent) Brazil is not an easy opponent.”

When asked which team he thinks will be trickier, the one under Bento or the one under Jürgen Klinsmann, 온라인카지노 he avoided an immediate answer: “I didn’t analyze Korea at the World Cup because I was focused on the group stage teams,” he said, “but I watched all six of their games after the World Cup. They’re a great team and they’ve changed a lot in the last five to six months with a new coach.”

Qadri noted the speed of Korea’s counter-attack transitions: “They are fast from defense to attack and have pace. They have a lot of players with good individual skills, so it’s a good test for us.” “They are an Asian team, but they feel like a European team,” he said.

Tunisia said they would be wary of South Korea’s crosses and headers. He was referring to Cho Kyu-sung’s header after a cross that was the main source of the goal. “My biggest concern is aerial balls. The Korean players are tall,” he said, adding, “Our goal is to find solutions individually and as a team.”

Tunisia was also most wary of South Korea’s Son Heung-min. “Korea has a lot of players who play for the biggest clubs in Europe,” he said, “and among the strikers, Son Heung-min is fast. He is one of the best strikers in the world, fast and individualized.”

Defender Ali Abdi, who also spoke at the press conference, said he analyzed the Korean players by watching their videos. “I know most of the Korean players from the videos the coach sent me. I did a good job analyzing them while watching the video.”

Ali Abdi, who has been playing in the French league for many years, knew Lee Kang-in, who plays for Paris Saint-Germain. “Lee Kang-in, who went to PSG, is a young player and a great player,” said Ali Abdi, who plays for Caen in the French second division. “I think he will play a good role at PSG and have a better team and a better future.”

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