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South Korea and Thailand on the 26th away match
Lee Kang-in is interested in starting the game

The Korean national soccer team, led by Hwang Sun-hong, will play an away match against Thailand on Wednesday for the fourth Group C match of the second qualifying round for the 2026 FIFA North-Central America World Cup. The team lost face as it tied 1-1 at home in the third match on Sunday. Victory is a must.

Korea took the lead and scored the first goal at a home game on Sunday, but failed to secure victory. Due to simple offense and lack of concentration in defense, the team allowed a tie and split the points. The team led the team 78-22 in ball possession rate. The team led the team with 12-2 in shooting number and 5-2 in effective shooting number. However, it ended up with only one point, and ended up drawing 1-1 due to an unexpected loss in the middle of the second half.

Overall, the structure and development of the offense were not bad. However, the team lacked finishing touches. Due to Thailand’s dense defense, the team could not easily open the opponent team’s goal. Jeong Woo-yeong’s shot saved the opponent team’s goalkeeper, and he also had bad luck hitting the crossbar. In any case, he continued to lead the team on thin ice, as he failed to score more points compared to the number of attacks and shots, and his defense team showed loopholes and scores were beaten.

In the 18th minute of the second half, right after giving up the equalizer, Lee Kang-in started as a substitute. He bowed his head due to the “table tennis gate” that erupted at the 2023 Asian Cup in Qatar, and was excluded from the starting lineup. He warmed up while seeking an additional goal in the second half, and immediately took the mound as soon as Korea lost the equalizer and enjoyed the ground.

Lee Kang-in led the Korean attack with brisk physical activity. He penetrated into the center from the right, and threatened the Thai goal with sharp passes and corner kicks. He failed to produce offensive points, but showed his presence by overwhelming Thai players in his individual skills. He clearly boosted Korea’s attack energy with creative passes and bold breakthroughs.

Currently, “Bull” Hwang Hee-chan is out due to injury for the national team. The end of the attack was not marked coolly due to the absence of Hwang Hee-chan, who was aggressive and even had scoring ability. Lee Kang-in is mentioned as the right person to fill Hwang Hee-chan’s absence. Opinions on Lee Kang-in’s starting lineup as an advance guard to add attack destruction power along with Son Heung-min have risen. Indeed, attention is focusing on whether Lee Kang-in will be able to start an away match against Thailand on the 26th and launch a “atonement.” 안전놀이터 추천


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