25 April 2024

Destiny’s Innyeon D-1 → Hwang Sun-hong-ho, training in a bright atmosphere… ‘Ahn Jae-joon’s personal training + rehabilitation of the signature officer’

By pestfood.com

Ahead of the match against Indonesia, players in the squad displayed upbeat mood. Except for Ahn Jae-joon and Suh Myung-kwan, all of the other players participated in the training.

South Korea’s under-23 national soccer team, led by head coach Hwang Sun-hong, will play the quarterfinals of the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U23 Asian Cup against Indonesia led by head coach Shin Tae-yong at 8:30 p.m. on the 25th (local time) at Abdullah bin Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar.

Korea recently clinched the top spot in its group with a 1-0 victory over Japan in its third group match. Korea dominated UAE and China in succession, and made a massive rotation in the final match. Korea secured both victory and physical stamina by securing Japan despite replacing a whopping 10 players.

Now, Korea will face Indonesia. Indonesia lost to the ‘host country’ Qatar in the first leg amid the referee’s dubious decision. However, after adjusting the atmosphere, the team came in second place, defeating Australia and Jordan. In particular, they scored a whopping four goals against Jordan.

Korea held an official training session before the match at Al-Hersal Training Center in Doha, Qatar at 6 p.m. on Sunday. All the players except for the signatory who suffered a hamstring injury in the second group match against China arrived at the training center. The signatory is classified as a rehabilitation group.

Ahn also conducted individual training sessions at the training site. Ahn is also in poor physical condition due to his hamstring injury. “Ahn will likely not be able to play against Indonesia,” Hwang told a news conference before the match. 룸알바

Hwang Sun-hong has emerged as No. 1 in the group after winning all three matches in the group league. The mood was upbeat ahead of the match against Indonesia in the quarterfinals, which could boost the team’s chances of advancing to the Olympics finals. The players jogged with smiles, and during warm-up drills, they shouted playful shouts to enhance the overall mood.

“The team is in the best mood since it beat Japan. Still, there is some tension. Tension in a good atmosphere. I feel mixed. Now I need to prepare well to meet Indonesia,” Baek said during the team’s training session on Sunday.