The national soccer team led by coach Klinsman lost 1-2 to Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.

The national team, which drew 2-2 with Colombia on the 24th, changed the starting list and faced Uruguay. Hwang Ui-jo replaced Cho Kyu-seong as the forward striker, and Lee Kang-in and Jo Hyun-woo also took the opportunity to start.

The national team, which was pushed by Uruguay’s intense pressure at the beginning of the game, conceded a goal in the 10th minute of the first half. Valverde’s corner kick was finished with a header goal by 196 cm tall defender Coates.

Although it was shaken by the early game, the national team changed the atmosphere with Lee Kang-in’s performance. In the 14th minute of the first half, Lee Kang-in received Son Heung-min’s penetrating pass and aimed at the opponent’s goal from the left side of the goal area.

The national team, which finished the first half 0-1온라인바카라, caught up with Hwang In-beom’s goal in the 6th minute of the second half. When Lee Gi-je pokes the ball that came out of the opponent’s defense in front of the goal, Hwang In-beom scored the equalizer with his right foot.

There was an atmosphere of a come-from-behind victory, but in the 18th minute of the second half, they conceded a goal again. Goalkeeper Cho Hyeon-woo missed an opponent’s free kick, but the ball went in front of the opponent’s Besino and led to a goal.

In the 27th minute of the second half, Kim Yeong-gwon (Ulsan)’s header and Oh Hyun-kyu (Celtic)’s right-footed turning shot opened the Uruguay goal, but both were canceled after video review (VAR).

The national team tried to score an equalizer by substituting Cho Kyu-seong in extra time in the second half, but swallowed only regret and eventually knelt down 1-2. The national team recorded 1 win, 2 draws and 7 losses in their career against Uruguay.

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