“Looking away from Son Heung-min who has fallen – Warning to South Korea” – 中 Referee, which is worrisome in the future

He gives excessive warnings to fouls by Korean players and turns a blind eye to them when a Korean player is fouled. The absurd judgment by the Chinese referee has left more worries about the future. 토토사이트 추천

The South Korean men’s soccer team, led by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, beat Bahrain 3-1 in the first Group E match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup at 8:30 p.m. on the 15th (Korea time).

At the moment when the first half ended scoreless, South Korea, which continued to tap Bahrain’s defense, scored the first goal. In the 38th minute of the first half, Lee Jae-sung, who broke the left side, entered the Bahrain penalty box and scored a low cross with his left foot, and Hwang In-beom, who caught the ball flowing through the defense, made it 1-0 by putting a calm left-footed shot into the top left of the goal.

The Bahraini team aggressively pushed forward early in the second half to secure the equalizer. Bahraini entered the penalty box by exchanging sophisticated passes in the sixth minute of the second half and attempted its first shot, but was blocked by a defender. Abdullah al-Hashisashi fired a calm right-footed shot at the ball that flew in front of the goal to make the game 1-1 with the score tied.

However, Korea had Lee Kang-in. After receiving Kim Min-jae’s forward pass in the 11th minute of the second half, Lee Kang-in attempted a left-footed shot from the center of the penalty box and hit the inside of the net, before shaking Bahrain’s goal net. He completely avoided the opponent goalkeeper’s hand with a powerful left foot shot.

Lee again shined. After receiving Hwang In-beom’s forward pass from the right side of the penalty box in the 23rd minute of the second half, Lee beat the opponent team’s defender by using a right foot folding gesture, and made the score 3-1 with a calm left foot shot. Korea kept this lead and reported its first win in the group league.

The referee of the match was Chinese referee Ma Ying, and both assistant referees were Chinese referees. As China is famous for its lack of manners, the referee assigned to the Chinese team.

The indelible frustration eventually led to a series of disappointing decisions. The referee immediately took out a yellow card to Kim Min-jae, who fought with his shoulder to block Bahrain’s counterattack in the 13th minute of the first half. Although Kim Min-jae went in from behind, it was not a very threatening opportunity and it was not a rough foul, so he could have given verbal caution, but he immediately took out the warning. In the 28th minute of the first half, Lee Ki-je also pushed his opponent slightly with his hands while blocking his opponent’s counterattack from above, but he was warned right away without caution. Earlier, there were three Korean players who were warned in the first half alone, including Park Yong-woo.

It would be understandable if the strict decision was true for both teams, but the referee was tolerant of Bahrain’s fouls. In the 16th minute of the first half, a Bahrain player knocked down Son Heung-min with an obvious tackle, but there was no caution, let alone a warning. In the 27th minute of the first half, a Bahrain player blocked the breakthrough by catching Lee Kang-in from the right side, but this also proceeded normally.

Bahrain continued to display violent play in the second half. In the first minute of the second half, a Bahraini player rushed to Son Heung-min who was receiving the ball from the left side and hit his body hard. After receiving an unusual and strong tekle from behind, Son collapsed on the ground for a while and couldn’t get up. However, despite the fact that it was a warning foul that had nothing to do with the ball, the referee made an incomprehensible decision to declare a foul without a card.

A series of absurd decisions have been made by Chinese referees from Korea’s first game. There were concerns over referees from China and the Middle East, which are considered two major mountain ranges of Asian non-manner football, but the Chinese referee’s performance from Korea’s first game made the team even more worried about its future.

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