[GOAL LIVE] ‘Son Heung-min Sortie’ Bentuho, Egypt match selection revealed… Ko Seung-beom and Kim Tae-hwan selected

[골닷컴, 상암] Reporter Kang Dong-hoon = Bentuho has revealed the starting list for the match against Egypt. As Son Heung-min (29, Tottenham Hotspur) and Hwang Ui-jo (29, Girondaeng Bordeaux) teamed up once again to lead the attack, there was a change in the lineup in the midfield and defensive line compared to the previous match against Paraguay.

The Korean national football team, led by Paulo Bento (52, Portugal), will play the last friendly match in June with Egypt, invited by Hana Bank, to be held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8 pm on the 14th. Bentuho is determined to achieve the ultimate beauty by decorating his victory against Egypt.

About an hour before kickoff, the starting roster was revealed. The national team appears to be in a 4-1-3-2 formation. Son Heung-min and Hwang Ui-jo stand at the top, and Kwon Chang-hoon (27, Kim Cheon Sang-mu), Ko Seung-beom (28, Kimcheon), and Jung Woo-young (22, Freiburg) are positioned in the second line to support the attack.

Baek Seung-ho (25, Jeonbuk Hyundai) protects his waist alone, and Kim Jin-su (29, Jeonbuk), Kim Young-kwon (32, Ulsan Hyundai), Kwon Gyeong-won (30, Gamba Osaka), and Kim Tae-hwan (32, Ulsan) form the defensive line. . The goal is guarded by Kim Seung-gyu (31, Kashiwareisol).

There are some changes in the lineup compared to Paraguay earlier. First of all, Ko Seung-beom and Kim Tae-hwan got their first chance to start after convening this month. In addition, Kwon Kyung-won, Kim Seung-gyu, and Jung Woo-young returned to the starting list again.

“The goal is to focus as much as possible on our playstyle and tactics, and to be together as a team,” Bento said at an official press conference in advance. made a commitment

On the other hand, Son Heung-min will challenge to score points in three consecutive A matches for the first time in his personal career. Previously, he scored a goal with fantastic free kicks against Chile and Paraguay, and loaded his sharp toes, but this time he is aiming for Egypt’s goal.

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