Korea goes to World Cup final qualifiers as a sacrifice to Singapore

Korea goes to World Cup final qualifiers as a sacrifice to Singapore
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The Korean national soccer team, temporarily led by coach Kim Do-hoon, will play the 5th match of Group C of the 2026 North and Central America World Cup Asia 2nd qualifying round as a visiting match at 9 p.m. on the 6th. The opponent is Singapore, ranked 155th in the FIFA rankings. It is 132 places lower than Korea (23rd).

Kim Do-hoon, sortie today Even if it is a draw, attention is focused on 21-year-old Bae Jun-ho, the first member of the advancing A national team.

Korea aims to advance to the final Asian qualifying round for the North and Central America World Cup in this game. In the second preliminary round, 18 first and second place teams from nine groups from Groups A to I will advance to the final preliminary round. As of the 5th, Korea is ranked 1st in Group C of the second preliminary round with 10 points (3 wins, 1 draw), but a draw against Singapore (1 point) will advance to the final preliminary round regardless of the result of the match against China (7 points) on the 11th. do. Korea won 5-0 in the second qualifying round home game against Singapore in November last year when coach Jurgen Klinsmann was at the helm. Korea also has an overwhelming advantage in its previous record against Singapore with 22 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses.

Starting with the North and Central America World Cup, the number of participating countries will increase from 32 to 48. Accordingly, the number of World Cup finals tickets allocated to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) increased from 4.5 to 8.5. It is safe to say that there is almost no chance that Korea will not participate in the World Cup in North and Central America. However, Korean soccer is in need of a change in atmosphere due to a series of poor performances in recent international competitions and noise caused by the Korea Football Association. This is why soccer fans expect a complete victory in the two-game international match against China that follows the match against Singapore.

The 23-member national team includes seven new faces with no experience of playing in international matches, along with European players such as captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham). Among them, much attention is being paid to the youngest striker, Bae Jun-ho (21). Bae Jun-ho plays for Stoke City, a team in the second division of English professional soccer, and is a player that European big league clubs are keeping an eye on as he was selected as his team's Most Valuable Player (MVP) in the 2023-2024 season. 온라인섯다

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