Goodbye after winning streak, hello to Lee Jae-sung and Kim Min-jae Mainz vs Munich Intuition…the now-familiar ‘Klinsmann way of working’

Goodbye after winning streak, hello to Lee Jae-sung and Kim Min-jae Mainz vs Munich Intuition…the now-familiar ‘Klinsmann way of working’

It’s no longer surprising, but familiar. Jürgen Klinsmann still prefers to work abroad rather than stay at home.

Since the A-Match in June, Klinsmann has been criticized for his foreign travels. In his inaugural press conference, he promised to stay in the country, but when he appeared on an “ESPN” panel to preview foreign matches and evaluate foreign players, he didn’t talk about non-European players. The draw, performance criticism, and radio controversy only added to the criticism. After a 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia, Klinsmann came home for the October A match.

Against Tunisia, fans booed when Klinsmann was shown on the introduction screen. Public opinion against Klinsmann was evident. After a sluggish first half against Tunisia, the tide turned after Lee Kang-in’s multi-goal performance, and an own goal and a goal from Hwang Eui-jo led to a 4-0 victory. After two straight wins, Klinsmann traveled to Suwon to face Vietnam. The Vietnamese were outclassed and missing a number of key players, so it was expected that new players who hadn’t been given a chance before would start.

Klinsmann didn’t experiment with his starting lineup. With the exception of Kim Seung-kyu and Cho Hyun-woo, he kept the same lineup of Son Heung-min, Lee Kang-in, Lee Jae-sung, Hwang Hee-chan, Cho Kyu-sung, Kim Min-jae, and Seol Young-woo. They played a one-sided game and tried to score. In the first five minutes of the first half, Kim Min-jae scored, and in the 26th minute, Hwang Hee-chan scored to make it 2-0. In the second half, Son Heung-min scored an own goal for Bo Minh Trong. Son Heung-min scored the team’s fourth goal in the 15th minute of the second half.토토사이트

A Vietnamese red card gave South Korea a numerical advantage. Lee Kang-in finished with a left-footed shot from a Son Heung-min pass in the 25th minute, and substitute Jung Woo-young added the final goal in the 41st minute. The match ended with a 6-0 victory for South Korea. It was the third straight win for Klinsmann, who hadn’t won a game, and it silenced some of his critics. It’s also three straight clean sheets. The offense was also impressive, scoring 11 goals in three games.

In the post-match press conference, Klinsmann said, “I’m very pleased with how professional the players were. We scored a lot of goals and played well, and I’m happy that we got the result we wanted. I’m happy we got the result we wanted. More importantly, we’ve been training for ten days and we showed that in the last game and today. I’m happy that we continued to play with energy. It was our last trial before the second round of the World Cup, and I think we showed that we’re improving, that we’re preparing, so I’m satisfied and happy. I was really happy for the last 10 days.”

On why he went with Plan A instead of the experimental lineup, he said, “We don’t have a lot of games left. We played our best eleven to bring continuity and continuity to the team. We made a lot of substitutions. I want to give them a lot of playing time, but after today’s game, we have the World Cup second qualifier in November and the Asian Cup next year. The players wanted to make quick substitutions, but they were unable to do so,” he said.

Finally, he mentioned the upcoming schedule. Klinsmann smiled and said, “We’re going to Europe to play Mainz and Bayern Munich. I’ll see Lee Jae-sung and Kim Min-jae. After that, I’ll go home for a short visit and then return home to watch the FA Cup. I’m also planning to watch Singapore and Malaysia. I’m going to see the national team players of both teams in one team. They are playing against K League teams, so I will analyze them. I will go with Coach Chaduri to check it out.”

It’s something they’re used to now. Now that the World Cup qualifiers and Asian Cup are just around the corner, Klinsmann is proud to say that he’s still traveling to Europe to watch the main players play and then head home to the U.S. to relax. He said he will watch the FA Cup, but his main schedule after the A-Match is still overseas.

Questions abound about why he’s traveling to Europe, what exactly he does while overseas, and how he hears about domestic players, but Klinsmann is stuck in his ways. Instead of criticizing and hoping for a change, we can only hope for results like this three-game winning streak.

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