British media also questioned Jurgen Klinsmann’s leadership.
British sports media ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 29th (Korean time) that ‘Korean fans’ patience was at the bottom as coach Klinsmann was sluggish.’라바카지노
Team A, led by Klinsmann, will play a round of 16 match against Saudi Arabia at 1 a.m. on Saturday at Education City Stadium in Alayyan, Qatar. It has not been eliminated from the tournament yet, but its performance in the group qualifying round was regrettable, which caused a number of noises. Korea struggled, tying Malaysia, which was ranked 130th in the FIFA rankings, with a score of three to three. Korea advanced to the round of 16 by ranking second in Group E with one win, two ties, and two ties. It is a bit embarrassing to say that he is a strong contender to win the title.
“Korea is essentially in a crisis. It’s a crisis over leadership. His achievements are under strict scrutiny,” The Athletic said, pointing out that Klinsmann is already under fire.
Korea lost as many as six points in three group qualifying matches. Malaysia, Vietnam and Hong Kong are the only teams that have allowed more goals than Korea.
“Clineman is criticized by critics for using an outdated 4-4-2 formation. Some say he relies too much on two star players, Son Heung-min (Tottenham) and Lee Kang-in (PSG). There were also criticisms that he did not have a consistent pressure and tactical plan,” The Athletic said.
The Athletic criticized that Korea should have advanced to the tournament as the No. 1 player in its group. The Athletic criticized, “Korea should have beaten Malaysia, which is lower than Zimbabwe, higher than the Solomon Islands, and higher than Rwanda. However, it ended in a draw. It is a humiliating result.”
The Athletic warned that Korea could be eliminated soon. The media said, “Korea will face Saudi Arabia, which overpowered Argentina in the last World Cup. Even if Korea beats Saudi Arabia, it will still be Australia. Klinsmann’s mission is huge. Korea’s Asian Cup could end in the round of 16.”
The Athletic said, “Korea produced terrible results against teams that were objectively lower than the others. It was definitely not overwhelming. Korea has never lost, but fans who long for the championship are disappointed.”
The Athletic advised that Klinsmann is not in such a relaxed situation.
The Athletic said, “It is difficult to draw with Jordan and Malaysia by bringing talented players from the golden generation from Tottenham (Son Heung-min), Bayern Munich (Kim Min-jae), Celtic (Oh Hyun-kyu), Wolverhampton (Hwang Hee-chan), and Stuttgart (Jung Woo-young). Klinsmann said he would learn a lot after taking the helm of Korea. “I am still learning, but I may not have enough time now,” hinting that his position is at stake.