Park Gyu-hyun’s clever play in ‘Collision with a Centerfielder’

Park Kyu-hyun (22, Dynamo Dresden) played a rough but smart game to stem China’s momentum.

The South Korean Asian Games football team, led by Hwang Sun-hong (55), won 2-0 against China in the quarterfinals of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games 온라인카지노 at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China, at 9 p.m. ET on Monday.

With the win, South Korea will face Uzbekistan, who defeated Saudi Arabia 2-1 in the quarterfinals earlier in the day, in the semifinals.

This match was expected to be a tough one for China. Injuries have always plagued China’s matches, sometimes disrupting their play.

One of the biggest casualties was coach Hwang Sun-hong.

In 1997, just before the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France, he went down with a knee injury. With his eyes on the World Cup, he rehabilitated and returned to the national team in March 1998. However, in a friendly match against China on June 4, 1998, he was injured in a killer tackle by the Chinese goalkeeper.

Huang was included in the World Cup roster and traveled to France, but did not play a single game.

This time, “Coach” Hwang was not to be denied. The Korean players were not intimidated by the rough play of the Chinese players or the roar of the 50,000 home fans. On the contrary, we responded in kind and threw down the gauntlet.

In particular, Park Jin-seop pushed off his opponent with a strong body in the eighth minute, kept the ball safe, and connected with Go Young-joon.

Even more notable than Park Jin-seob was flanker Park Gyu-hyun. Park played on South Korea’s left flank throughout the first half, switching between offense and defense. In the second half, he clashed with some impatient Chinese players.

But Park was smart. In the 22nd minute of the second half, Park got tangled up with several Chinese players on the flank, but as the referee approached and the Chinese players started to argue, he put his hands up in an apologetic gesture and moved away. No yellow card was shown. Park walked away with a verbal warning.

Park was replaced by “wild card” Seol Young-woo in the 40th minute to end the game early.

Meanwhile, South Korea, undaunted by China’s momentum, scored back-to-back goals in the first half from Hong Hyun-seok and Song Min-gyu to win 2-0 and advance to the quarterfinals.

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