More appreciated and the defending champion, but Korea U23 only drew 1-1 with U23 Vietnam in the second match of Group C of the Asian U23 Championship at 8pm last night 5/6. Coach Hwang Sun-hong’s students took the lead due to Cho Young-wook’s work, but were equalized after Vu Tien Long’s masterpiece and almost lost in injury time.
The draw of U23 Vietnam ended the series of 7 consecutive matches with at least 3 goals per match of U23 Korea, which lasted from 2021 to now.
Korea’s record scoring circuit (with the Olympic team actually being a U23 team with a maximum of 3 overage players) started with a 4-0 victory over Romania in the group stage. Tokyo Olympics July 25, 2021. Three days later, Korea again won Honduras 6-0. In the quarterfinals of the Tokyo Olympics, Korea was eliminated by Mexico, but still scored 3 goals in a 3-6 defeat.
Korea’s streak of scoring at least 3 goals extends to AFC U23 Qualifiers 2022 in Singapore October 2021. Coach Hwang Sun-hong’s team won the Philippines 3-0, Timor Leste 6-0 and Singapore 5-1, respectively, to qualify for the final round. In the opening match of the 2022 Asian U23 tournament, Korea crushed Malaysia 4-1.
Thus, U23 Korea had a series of 7 matches with 3 or more goals, before being stopped by U23 Vietnam with a 1-1 draw. Cho Young-wook and his teammates finished 24 times in this match (according to AFC), but only scored 1 goal in the net of goalkeeper Quan Van Chuan.
Video: U23 Korea leads U23 Vietnam but can’t secure the victory
The draw of U23 Vietnam also cut the streak of 4 consecutive victories of U23 Korea under coach Hwang Sun-hong, extending from the 2022 Asian U23 qualifier to the present.
From getting close to the ticket to continue, Korea U23 is in danger of becoming the former king. In the last match, if U23 does not win Thailand, or draw U23 Thailand with a score of 0-0 or 1-1 while U23 Vietnam defeats U23 Malaysia, U23 Korea will say goodbye to the tournament right from the group stage. .
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