Son Heung-min, Bowed his Head and Apologized to Soccer Fans

‘First Win in 64 Years’ Frustration… Son Heung-min “I’m So Sorry”

Klinsmann’s captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) bowed his head and apologized to Korean soccer fans, saying, “I’m so sorry.”

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, lost 0-2 to Jordan in the semifinals of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup held at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar on the 7th (Korean time).

Korean National Soccer Team

The national team, who dramatically turned the game around in both the round of 16 against Saudi Arabia and the quarterfinals against Australia,

aimed to advance to the finals, but were blocked by Jordan’s wall after a poor performance. 카지노사이트

Klinsmann was aware of the absence of Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich),

the core of the defense, who was unable to play due to accumulated warnings,

conceded consecutive goals in the opponent’s counterattack.

Not a single effective shot was recorded.

Son Heung-min, the star of Korean soccer and the captain of the national team,

could not properly raise his head during an interview with a broadcasting station after the game.

Son Heung-min said, “I really don’t know what to say.

I’m so sorry.

Son Heung-min

The players did their best, but we made a mistake and I’m so sorry that the game ended like this.”

Son Heung-min, who was unable to speak for a few seconds after the interview began,

said with a stern expression, “I feel so disappointed.”

Next, when asked to say something to the people, he said, “Thank you so much and I’m so sorry.

You’ve given me such incredible support until late in the night,

but I’m so sorry for not being able to show you a better performance than I expected.”

He added, “I will work hard to improve myself as a soccer player and help the national team develop further in the future.”

Son Heung-min’s last words at the end of the interview were “I’m truly sorry.”

Although Korea claims to be the ‘strongest team in Asia’, 파워볼사이트

it has never lifted the championship trophy since winning two consecutive championships in the first competition in 1956 and the second competition in 1960.

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