‘PK dedication’ Lee Sang-min ends in tears→Director Kim Byung-soo “Next game selection, no time to be sad”

 Suwon Samsung coach Kim Byeong-soo comforted Lee Sang-min, who gave away a penalty kick in the second half against Ulsan.

Suwon lost 2-3 in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 14 away match against Ulsan held on the 21st at Suwon World Cup Stadium. Suwon, who failed to gain points, failed to escape from the bottom with 2 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses, with 8 points.

Suwon, who was beaten by Rubiksson early in the first half, immediately equalized with Ahn Byeong-jun’s equalizer. After giving up a goal to Kim Young-kwon at the end of the first half, Lee Ki-je scored a free kick goal early in the second half to tie the game again

The game, which seemed to end in a draw, ended in Suwon defeat due to Lee Sang-min’s big mistake in the 40th minute of the second half.

In the 40th minute of the second half, Lee Sang-min failed to handle an ordinary cross and threw it away. When Seol Young-woo caught the ball, he walked and awarded a penalty kick. Martin Adam, who started as a kicker, scored it cleanly, and this goal became the winning goal.

In an interview after the game, coach Kim expressed regret, saying, “As expected, it was a difficult game. In the first half, I played too low, so I thought it would be nice to have a player with speed in the front overall.”

At the same time, he added, “I saw what the players were trying to do. Although the result was lost, I felt the eagerness of the players. I think it will be a good medicine in the future.”안전놀이터

Coach Kim, who wanted to score through a counterattack that day, was very disappointed on the bench when he lost the ball due to a counterattack in the middle of the second half and gave up the right to attack.

Coach Kim said, “Competition is inevitable in football, but I expressed regret at the losing part. Of course, the opponent was also defending properly. Personally, it was a very regrettable moment for our team.”

He then conceded a penalty kick and conveyed deep consolation to Lee Sang-min, who shed tears after the game.

Manager Kim said, “I don’t think there is any need to cry. I am only 20 years old. It may be difficult for me to overcome the situation alone, but as a player with good skills, I hope this incident will help me grow mentally.”

He continued, “It’s better to forget it quickly. I’ll start again during the FA Cup midweek. There’s no time to sit down and be sad.”


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