‘Europhiles’ Kim Yong-hak and Kim Eun-jong-ho saved the day!
With the score at 1-0, Kim Yong-hak unleashed a series of threatening shots in the closing minutes of the first half.
A powerful left-footed shot was saved, and a thunderous mid-range effort went just wide of the goal, but it was enough to set the tone for the second half.
And with one more goal down, Kim Yong-hak changed the game with a decisive strike.
In the 13th minute of the second half, he received a pass from Lee Young-joon and scored the winning goal with a half-beat quick shot 메이저사이트.
Kim Yong-hak, who stands at 168 centimeters and has excellent dribbling and left-footed kicking abilities, has already made his first-team debut for Portimonense in the Portuguese first division.
He is one of only two foreigners in our squad, along with Germany’s Freiburger Lee Ji-han, and after setting up Lee Seung-won’s goal with a picturesque assist in the last match against France, he stepped up to the plate and saved the team from a crisis.
[Kim Yong-hak/U-20 National Team Attack: We haven’t qualified yet, so we need to win the last game so we can qualify].
Captain Lee Seung-won, who had one goal and one assist against France, also recorded an offensive point for the second straight game, assisting Park Seung-ho’s equalizing goal with a ruler-like corner kick.
Luckily, they survived a major scare and moved closer to the round of 16.
However, it was unfortunate that defender Choi Seok-hyun and goalkeeper Kim Jun-hong received unnecessary cautions at the last minute and will miss the match against Gambia.