Hwang Sun-hong, Defeats Japan and Wins 3 Times

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[Asian Games] Hwang Sun-hong, Defeats Japan and Wins 3 Times in a Row




[Asian Games] Hwang Sun-hong, defeats Japan and achieves 3rd consecutive victory… Corporal Cho Young-wook's come-from-behind winning goal (comprehensive):


They conceded a goal 2 minutes after kick-off, but achieved a 2-1 come-from-behind win... Jung Woo-young exploded with 8 goals.


Korea with the most goals, increasing the record for most wins to 6... 20 people, including Lee Kang-in, receive special military service exemption


Hwang Seon-hong won a comeback victory over Japan and won his third consecutive Asian Games title. 카지노


The Korean U-24 soccer team, led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, led the way with Cho Young-wook (Gimcheon)'s come-from-behind goal in the 11th minute of the second half in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games men's soccer final held at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 7th.


They won 2-1 against the Japan U-22 national team.


Korean soccer, which won the 2014 Incheon Games and the 2018 Jakarta/Palembang Games, achieved its first three consecutive men's soccer wins in Asian Games history.


Korea increased its record for most wins in men's soccer at this tournament to six, widening the gap with Iran (four), second place in this category.


The Asian Games winning streak between Korea and Japan extended to five games.


Korea has not lost a match against Japan since winning 3-2 in the quarterfinals of the 1994 Hiroshima Games.


Korea was ahead of Japan in this tournament with 8 wins and 1 loss.


In a recent match between the adult national team and the national teams of each age group, Korea's victory was even more meaningful as it was achieved in a situation where Korea was inferior to Japan.


However, while Korea formed a team mainly of players under the age of 24 who met the age limit, Japan formed a team of young players under the age of 22 targeting the 2024 Paris Olympics.


With this win, the Taegeuk Warriors will be eligible for special military service exemption.


Among Hwang Seon-hong's 22 players, 20, including Kim Jeong-hoon (Jeonbuk), who had already completed his military service at Sangmu in Gimcheon, and Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), excluding Lee Kwang-yeon (Gangwon), who was exempted due to a knee injury, were eligible for special military service exemption.


Cho Young-wook, currently wearing the rank of corporal and playing for Gimcheon, will be discharged early.


Lee Kang-in, who is attracting attention as the 'next-generation ace' of Korean soccer, resolved his military service at the age of 22, creating conditions to continue his career more stably on the European stage.


Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho won the championship with a strong performance, scoring 27 goals and conceding only 3 goals.


Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart), who scored a whopping eight goals and played a leading role in Hwang Seon-hong's powerful offensive line, finished the tournament as the top scorer.


After achieving his first task of winning the Asian Games, Coach Hwang's challenge for the 2024 Paris Olympics has gained momentum.


Coach Hwang used the 4-2-3-1 tactic, placing Lee Kang-in on the right side of the second line and entrusting Cho Young-wook to the front line.


Jung Woo-young and Ko Young-jun (Pohang) went on the attack with Lee Kang-in in the second line, while 'captain' Baek Seung-ho (Jeonbuk) and Jeong Ho-yeon (Gwangju) took charge of the midfield.


Park Gyu-hyun (Dresden), Park Jin-seop (Jeonbuk), Lee Han-beom (Midtjylland), and Hwang Jae-won (Daegu) make up the four-back defensive line, with Lee Gwang-yeon (Gangwon) wearing the goalkeeper's gloves.


Japan applied strong forward pressure from the start and scored the first goal two minutes into the first half.


Gain Sato cut to the left and crossed, which ended in a goal following Masato Shigemi and Uchino's right-footed shot.

It was Korea's first goal conceded in this tournament.


Korea started the game by attacking Japan's flank, and from the middle of the first half, the game began to be one-sided.


Korea leveled the game with Jung Woo-young's header goal in the 27th minute of the first half.


Jung Woo-young, who was lurking on the left side of the goal, received a diagonal cross from Hwang Jae-won from the right and sent it into the net.


In the 32nd minute of the first half, Lee Kang-in received a yellow card for a rough tackle on Jun Nishikawa.


Korea, which dominated the game in the second half, turned the game around with Cho Young-wook's goal in the 11th minute of the second half.


Hwang Jae-won, who boldly overlapped from near the halfway line, stabbed a pass toward the goal that passed through Jeong Woo-young to Cho Young-wook.


Cho Young-wook calmly shot with his right foot and hit the goalpost.


Coach Hwang made a change in the 17th minute of the second half by calling Ko Young-jun and Jung Woo-young to the bench and inserting Song Min-gyu (Jeonbuk) and Hong Hyun-seok (Gent).


In the 27th minute of the second half, Lee Kang-in and Cho Young-wook were removed and Ahn Jae-jun (Bucheon) and Eom Won-sang (Ulsan) were sent to the field.


Korea continued to attack the Japanese camp, but Ahn Jae-jun's surprise mid-range shot in the 37th minute of the second half missed slightly to the left of the goal, and Eom Won-sang's shot in a counterattack a minute later was blocked by the goalkeeper.