The son Heung-min said that Bento threw his hand away … Actually, this is the video

On the afternoon of the 28th (local time), after the match between Korea and Ghana in the Qatar 2022 World Cup group stage match between Korea and Ghana held at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, Son Heung-min shakes the coach Bento comforts him. / Photo = Yonhap News

The claim that Son Heung-min, the captain of the Korean national football team at the Qatar 2022 World Cup, shook coach Paulo Bento’s hand to console him after the defeat against Ghana has been disproved as false. .

On the YouTube channel ‘Dalsune Live’ run by football commentator Park Moon-seong, on the 29th, a video titled ‘The truth of the controversy that Son Heung-min shook Bento’s hand has’ was uploaded to confirm with full unedited video’. The video shows the chaotic scene after the game against Ghana on the 28th (Korea time).

In the video, coach Bento, who received a red card for protesting to the referee after the game, approached Son Heung-min while consoling the players. At the time, Son Heung-min was engrossed with the Ghanaian players, and after shaking Bento’s hand, he walked with Bento again.

Dalsune Live explained that Son Heung-min did not know that the hand towards him was Bento’s and that he rejected it unintentionally.

Video = YouTube Dalsune Live

Video = YouTube Dalsune Live

Dalsune Live said, “Ghanaian players came and grabbed me, and I didn’t know who they were in a tangled state, but I checked Bento and walked with him.” “he said. Then he asked, “Support the players who did their best rather than criticizing them.”

On the other hand, in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar Group H rematch against Ghana held at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar on the 28th (Korea time), Korea lost 2-3 despite multiple goals from Cho Kyu -sung. . Son Heung-min, the blood of the ‘mask fighting spirit’, showed tears of remorse after the game.

Hong Min-seong, reporter [email protected]

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