Championship against South Korea, Hwang Ui-jo, was afraid of a heavy leg after being removed from the banner field at 1-1 of Saturday time with Australia in Brisbane.
SYDNEY: Hwang Ui-jo, who was the leader of South Korea, left a bad slaughter after having been removed from the banner field at 1-1 time Saturday with Australia in Brisbane.
Hwang clarified South of the first half of the game at Lang Park but he fell on his face. phitch after Trent Sainsbury went on for a half-time, and queried his company in the Asian Cup early next year.
The 26-year-old, who had played on the previous six games for his Osaka Gamba Japanese club before going to the Taeguk Warriors for his trip to Australia, said that the prejudice was not too bad.
"I felt pain in a row," he said to the Yonhap journalist.
"I was able to play her game but I stopped relaxing."
Hwang loves his third team for a team of a senior national team but he delivered nine on seven games as an oversight player when the South Korea sub-23 team won the Asian Games title earlier this year.
He also clarified Korea 's first aim of having to & # 39; winning 2-1 over Uruguay in Seoul in October, the most important thing in running five unique games run by Paulo Bento's Portuguese coach after the World Cup.
Although Australia was equal to Massimo Luongo in a long run, Bento was happy to pull in the re-running of the Asian Cup Cup 2015, which won Socceroos.
"The opponents played a good game in the first half," he said. "It's good we did not miss, but we also had things to improve.
"Hwang is an important player for us to keep our game style. I know his abilities. It's hard to have to be taken in because of injuries, but he's a good player."
Bento is no son Son Heung for Australia's journey because Tottenham Hotspur attacks her to allow her to go to her. play at the Asian Games.
Korea will continue to prepare for an Asian Cup 5th February 1 with a friendship against Uzbekistan in Brisbane on Tuesday and Hwang said that he had affected the opportunity to get the scores page again.
"I took care (Uzbekistan) that some of the players who played the Asian Games competed," said Hwang. "I'll think of my good memories from the Asian Games. I want to win a visit and win the next game."
(Reciting Nick Mulvenney; Editing by Ian Ransom)