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Before the ‘fatal day’… Bentoho, there are still yellows of hope


Our national football team’s final group stage match is just around the corner.

The Taegeuk warriors who have no place to back down, are determined to win.

Attention is focused on whether to rekindle hopes of progressing to the round of 16 against injury-hit Portugal.

This is reporter Jo Han-dae.


Our football team’s performance in the Qatar World Cup continues at 1 point with 1 draw and 1 loss.

If you win unconditionally against Portugal, your opponent in the last group stage, you can expect to advance to the round of 16 by counting the number of cases with other teams in the same group.

Portugal, led by Ronaldo, is recognized as the best in Group H.

It is expected to be a difficult game for the national team as it is difficult to build the best line-up due to injuries such as Kim Min-jae, as well as being behind in objective power.

However, we are looking forward to the creative play of ‘Express Joker’ Lee Kang-in and the ‘handsome goal scorer’ Cho Kyu-seong, who are rewriting the Korean legend of the World Cup.

In addition, the news of an injury to Portugal’s main defender and midfielder is expected to work in Bentojo’s favour.

Portugal are expected to have a close game with the national team as they are determined to defend first place in the group in order to meet a more comfortable opponent in the round of 16.

Unfortunately, coach Bento received a red card in the previous match and could not keep the bench against Portugal.

However, the director’s vacancy could be a catalyst to raise the fighting spirit of the Taegeuk Warriors.

“I believe our players will be able to bring joy to the people again because we have definitely done that in this difficult situation.”

Korea beat Portugal in the 3rd round of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup group stage,

The national team, who have no place to back down, are challenging the ‘Miracle in Doha, Qatar’.

This is Yonhap News TV’s Jo Han-dae. [email protected]

#WorldCup #Lee Jae-Sung #Portugal #Group Stage

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