Klinsmann-ho concedes 6 goals, tied for most goals conceded in Korea Asian Cup group stage

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6 goals allowed during the 1st Hong Kong Asian Cup in 1956

The Korean national soccer team, participating in the ‘2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup’, left a humiliating record of conceding the most goals in the group stage among all Asian Cups it has participated in so far.

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany), drew 3-3 in the third match of Group E against Malaysia held at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar on the 25th (Korean time).

Korea, which secured second place in the group, will face Saudi Arabia, first place in Group F, in the round of 16. 바카라사이트

Although they achieved their primary goal of advancing to the round of 16, both group stage performance and results were not good. They won 3-1 against Bahrain in the first game, but drew 2-2 against Jordan in the second game, and ended up in a draw against Malaysia in the third game.

Korea allowed 6 goals in 3 games, tying the record for the most goals conceded in the group stage in Korea’s Asian Cup history.

At the 1st Hong Kong Asian Cup in 1956, Korea gave up 6 goals in the group stage. They drew 2-2 in the first game against Hong Kong, won 2-1 in the second game against Israel, and won 5-3 in the third game against Vietnam. However, at that time, there were only four participating countries, including Korea, so the winning team was determined only through the group stage.

At the 11th United Arab Emirates Asian Cup in 1996, they gave up 5 goals in the group stage. They drew 1-1 in the first game against the United Arab Emirates and won 4-2 in the second game against Indonesia. In the third game against Kuwait, they lost 0-2.

Attention is being paid to whether Korea, which advanced to the round of 16 after tying the record for the most goals conceded in the group stage, will be able to show improved performance in the tournament. 토토사이트 순위

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