The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Klinsmann, won 4-0 against Tunisia in an exhibition match at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on Wednesday.메이저놀이터
Kim Min-jae wore the captain’s armband in place of Son Heung-min, who was ruled out due to injury, and led the team’s attack and defense. South Korea had a frustrating first half against Tunisia, as they were repeatedly shut down by the opposing defense. South Korea managed only three shots in the first half.
During Tunisia’s counterattacks, Kim Min-jae’s tenacious defense saved the day on several occasions, especially when he teamed up with Park Yong-woo to press the opposition defense hard in a 2-on-1, which thrilled the 50,000 fans at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.
In the second half, Kim joined the attack in earnest. In the fourth minute of the second half, he intercepted an opponent’s pass in the midfield and dribbled to the penalty area to set up a teammate for an attacking chance. In the ninth minute of the second half, Lee converted a free kick after an opponent fouled Lee Kang-in’s sprint. Three minutes later, Lee struck again to make it 2-0.
From a corner kick, Kim Min-jae headed a high ball that deflected off the body of Tunisian defender Merira in front of the goal and into the back of the net. Initially, it was recorded as a header goal by Kim Min-jae, but it was later corrected to an own goal. Substitute Hwang Eui-jo scored the fourth goal to seal the victory.
Meanwhile, the national team will play an exhibition match against Vietnam at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on Sunday.