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‘Unreasonable referee’s decision → I fought well’ Kim Eun-joong, failed to make it to the U-20 World Cup final… 1-2 loss to Italy

Korea hoped to surpass Italy and advance to the finals of two consecutive tournaments, but unfortunately, it lowered its head.메이저놀이터

The under-20 (U-20) national team led by coach Kim Eun-jung lost 1-2 in the quarterfinals between Italy and the FIFA U-20 World Cup held at La Plata Stadium in La Plata, Argentina on the 9th at 6:00 am (Korean time). lost to

In Korea, Lee Young-jun aimed to score from the front, and Bae Jun-ho, Lee Seung-won, and Kim Yong-hak provided firepower in the second line. Kang Sang-yoon and Park Hyun-bin coordinated offense and defense in the midfield, and the back four was Choi Ye-hoon, Kim Ji-soo, Choi Seok-hyun, and Cho Young-kwang. The goalkeeper’s gloves were worn by Kim Jun-hong.

Korea focused on defense and blocked Italy’s attack. Italy increased their possession of the ball, aiming for an attacking point at the forefront of Korea, and switched between offense and defense with quick pressure. The opening goal was Italy. In the 15th minute of the first half, Casadei allowed a mid-range shot and the net swayed.

In the 19th minute of the first half, Zanotti stepped on Bae Jun-ho in the penalty box. At first, a penalty kick was not declared, but it was corrected as a result of the video review system (VAR). Lee Seung-won scored the equalizer with a kick aimed at the top of the goal.

In the 31st minute of the first half, Lee Young-joon cut the Italian ball with excellent positioning from the front and switched to a counterattack. Bae Jun-ho and Kim Yong-hak rushed in and increased the front number, but Lee Yeong-joon’s pass timing was a little late. Lee Young-joon had a ball fight with Italy from the front. He struggled with Italy’s clever foul.

Italy continued to press Korea from the high camp. Korea attacked the Italian side with a sharp counterattack in the extra time of the first half, and Kim Yong-hak looked for an opportunity inside the box. However, the ball didn’t hit his feet exactly and went over the goal post.

The pattern was the same in the second half. Italy took the initiative and attacked from the Korean camp, and Korea counterattacked with a two-line defense. In the 13th minute of the second half, Italy drove fiercely from a corner kick set piece, and Kim Jun-hong made a super save.

In the 16th minute of the second half, coach Kim Eun-joong removed Kim Yong-hak and replaced Lee Ji-han. Later, after a reverse conversion in open play, Lee Seung-won’s shot was caught by the goalkeeper. In the 24th minute of the second half, Italy chilled Korea with a threatening shot from a free kick.

As Italy’s stamina declined, Korea gradually regained possession of the ball. In the 37th minute of the second half, Italy put in Fontanarossa, Montebago, and Papundi to make a difference. In the 38th minute of the second half, Lee Yeong-joon cut off Bae Jun-ho’s pass and shot, but it flew into the air. However, in the 40th minute of the second half, Papundi allowed a direct free kick and conceded.

Manager Kim Eun-joong put Bae Seo-joon in and pulled the reins to the equalizer.

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