South Korean media Is Busy Reporting On Their Country's Defeat Of South Korea U23 vs Indonesia U23

South Korean media Is Busy Reporting On Their Country’s Defeat Of South Korea U23 vs Indonesia U23

South Korean media is busy reporting on their country’s defeat of South Korea U23 vs Indonesia U23. The elimination of the South Korean U23 National Team from Indonesia in the quarter-finals of the 2024 U-23 Asian Cup brought reactions from the South Korean media, one of which was Net Sport. The Indonesian U23 national team managed to beat South Korea 11-10 on penalties after the two teams drew 2-2 for 120 minutes on Thursday 25 April 2024 evening, Qatar time.

South Korean media Net Sports responded to South Korea’s defeat with two big headlines on their page. Of course, the figure of coach Shin Tae Yong is one of the media highlights.

The first is an article entitled “Losing to Shin Tae Yong, Korea was eliminated in the quarter-finals and failed to go to Paris”. In his review, their reporter Pako highlighted coach Wang’s decision to replace five Korean players. Korean media Pak Sun Ku also wrote “Korean Football’s Dream of Advancing to the Olympics for the 10th Consecutive Time Was Blocked by Magical Shin Tae Yong and Disappeared Like a Bubble”. Still from the same site, reporter Kim Yong Il wrote an article entitled “Tragedy in Doha, Le Yong Jun and Hwang Sun Hong were sent off by the referee.

As is known, in the Doha Qatar U23 Asian Cup match yesterday, Korea lost to Indonesia in a penalty shootout. Failed to qualify for the Olympics for the first time in the last 40 years. The article also mentioned how coach Hwang lost his mind to Shin Tae Yong. It is known that last night’s penalty shootout between Indonesia and South Korea was tense with 11 Garuda players and 10 South Korean players remaining From each team that failed the penalty round was repeated from the first kicker. Dan Ernando managed to save Le Kang Il’s penalty, the 10th executor of South Korea, then with his cool execution was able to get Garuda Muda through to the semifinals for the first time in the history of Indonesian football .