The Last Age Contest of Shooting Monster…AG’s 3rd consecutive challenge begins, will we hear the news of the goal?

Cho Young-wook (Gimcheon Sangmu) is the attacking card that coach Hwang Sun-hong pulled out.

Hwang Sun-hong’s South Korea U24 national men’s soccer team kicks off its Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Championship campaign against Kuwait in Group E at Jinhua Stadium in Zhejiang Province, China, on Monday.

After winning back-to-back titles at Incheon 2014 and Jakarta-Palembang 2018, South Korea will be looking to become the first team to win three consecutive Asian Games titles.

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Ahead of the match, the starting lineup was announced. Hwang Sun-hong opted for a 4-4-2. Lee Kwang-yeon was in goal. Hwang Jae-won, Park Jin-seop, Lee Han-beom, and Park Kyu-hyun form the back four. Baek Seung-ho and Jung Ho-yeon guard the midfield, while Uhm Won-sang and Jung Woo-young line up on the left and right wings. Go Young-joon and Cho Young-wook will play as the two up top.

Coach Hwang Sun-hong sent Ko Young-joon and Cho Young-wook in the attacking lineup instead of specialist strikers Park Jae-yong and Ahn Jae-joon.

Cho’s name stands out in particular. Cho has been a prominent player since his youth. He scored 34 goals in 78 appearances for his country at age group level alone. He has also scored one goal in four appearances for the senior national team.온라인바카라

He’s been in great form this season. He has 13 goals and five assists in 18 games in the K League 2. That’s an average of almost one offensive point per game. Thanks to him, Gimcheon is in second place with 52 points, four points behind Busan I-Park. At this rate, they could be in line for promotion.

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In an official interview with Paju NFC before his departure on the 14th, Cho Young-wook said, “My pace has been good in the team recently. My confidence is up. This is my last tournament with the national age group team. I’m determined to reap the beauty of Yujong.”

The first game is important, no matter who says it. “The first game is always difficult, and we have a lot of plans in mind,” said coach Hwang Sun-hong. I think it will be a difficult game, but our goal is to win. We will run for the win. At the end of the 90 minutes, we will be the winning team.”

The final age-group tournament for Shooting Monsters, can they finish on a high note?

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