Guinea’s Paris Olympics setback in defeat to South Korea

Tae Yong Shin’s Indonesia’s dream of qualifying for the Olympic Games for the first time in 68 years has been dashed on the threshold of Paris.

The Indonesia Under-23 national soccer team, led by head coach Tae Yong Shin, lost 0-1 to Guinea in the Paris Olympics intercontinental playoffs on Monday in Clairfontaine, France. Despite conceding only one goal from two penalty kicks, the team fell to their knees after failing to clear them in the attack.

When the second penalty was awarded, 토토사이트 Shin was warned and sent off for violently protesting the call. Shin remained on the bench afterward to protest the decision.

Despite the game being played in France, many Indonesian fans in the stands chanted Shin’s name.

Indonesia made an upset run to the semifinals of the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U23 Asian Cup, which ended earlier this month in Qatar, doubling as the Asian final qualifier for the Olympics. After finishing second in Group A behind hosts Qatar, Indonesia reached the quarterfinals with a penalty shootout victory over Hwang Sun-hong’s South Korea to reach the last four for the first time in the tournament. However, a semifinal defeat to Uzbekistan and a loss to Iraq in the third-place match ended Indonesia’s hopes of qualifying for the Olympic Games. They also lost the final game of the tournament, which was their last chance to qualify. The last time Indonesia’s men’s soccer team competed at the Olympics was in Melbourne in 1956.

However, despite the failure, Shin was once again recognized for his leadership as he continued to write new history in Indonesian soccer. 파워볼사이트 Indonesia’s U23 Asian Cup qualification, quarterfinals, and semifinals were all firsts. His contract with the Indonesian Football Federation expires in June and is likely to be extended until 2027.

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