‘Assault captain’ Hwang Hee-chan and Klinsman are also ‘sag strikers who are not on the side?’

Will Hwang Hee-chan play as a sluggish striker again?

The Korean national team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will play an A-match evaluation match against El Salvador at the World Cup Stadium in Daejeon on the 20th at the invitation of Hana Bank.

Klinsmanho set up a base camp in Daejeon on the 18th and trained ahead of the match against El Salvador.안전사이트

After warming up with light running, the national team started training in earnest. The most notable part was the location selection.

After tying players in the same position, it was a training to point out accurate and efficient position selection by changing according to the position of the opponent’s ball.

It seemed to be an exercise to learn how to effectively block and block the ball depending on where the opponent owns the ball.

There were players who stood out. This is Hwang Hee-chan, the assault leader. After he was classified as the same position as Son Heung-min, he was placed in the position of a sagging striker rather than on the side.

Hwang Hee-chan played in the match against Peru as a forward striker, and he was engrossed in scoring while knocking on the goal. However, he did not see any results.

Hwang Hee-chan’s movement shined in the second half. After moving from the position of a striker to the side, he energized the attack with reckless breakthroughs and crosses.

The position may be adjusted again ahead of the match against El Salvador, but Hwang Hee-chan trained as a striker, not on the side.메이저놀이터

Does manager Klinsman have a long-term plan to actively utilize assault captain Hwang Hee-chan as a sluggish striker?

Attention is focusing on whether Hwang Hee-chan will make another sortie as a sluggish striker in the match against El Salvador.

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