Hwang In-beom (Olympiacos), who is aiming for the ‘Prince’ in Klinsman following Bento, revealed that coach Jurgen Klinsmann wants an offensive role.
The Korean national team drew 2-2 in a friendly match against Colombia held at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 24th.
Hwang In-beom, who played full-time as a starter in Klinsman’s debut as a Korean coach, said after the game, “The coach and coaches wanted the midfielders to play a little more aggressively in training.” It seems that he likes to finish even the shooting.”
He added, “He ordered that it would be good for midfielders to play more aggressively to touch the ball and increase the speed of the game. So I thought about that as much as possible.”토토사이트
Coach Klinsmann, who played an active role as a striker representing Germany as a player, declared attacking football after his inauguration.
In the first game against Colombia, Klinsmann took the lead with Son Heung-min’s consecutive goals in the 10th minute and extra time in the first half, but lost the victory by conceding two goals in the early part of the second half.
Hwang In-beom, who was called the crown prince during the Bentoho era, also played the role of an engine in the midfield and coordinated the offense and defense. In particular, he showed a willingness to carry out coach Klinsman’s orders with bolder play than before.
Hwang In-beom said, “The first half went as we wanted, and the score came out easily and was easily solved.”
Klinsmann will move to Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th to continue the evaluation match against Uruguay.
Korea drew 0-0 against Uruguay in the first round of the group stage of the last World Cup in Qatar.
Hwang In-beom said, “I will also give my all in the next game. In the World Cup, I met Uruguay and there were equal parts, and there were parts that I was overwhelmed. It will be a difficult match, but I will prepare well and win.”