The South Korean national team, led by Jürgen Klinsmann, will take on Vietnam in an October A match trial at the Suwon World Cup Stadium at 8 p.m. on Sept. 17.
Klinsmann’s men are coming off their first big win since their inauguration against Tunisia on Sept. 13. The 4-0 victory marked their first win at home and secured their second straight win.
The Klinsmanns now face Vietnam. While there are some doubters about the matchup due to their lack of objective strength, it’s not a bad test ahead of the Asian Cup.
Usually, an invitation to an exhibition match costs money.
Depending on the opponent, they may pay for accommodation and airfare. However, the Vietnam match is an exception.
Vietnam is reportedly self-sufficient in terms of airfare, accommodation, and other expenses to face South Korea.
The status of captain Son Heung-min is of interest.
He hasn’t been feeling 100 percent lately and hasn’t been able to keep up with Tottenham’s schedule. He’s had a lot of substitutions this season and hasn’t had a lot of full-time minutes.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Enze Postecoglou said: “Son is as important to the Korean national team as he is to Tottenham. I’m sure Klinsmann will take good care of him.”
“I know what it’s like to be the head coach of the Australian national team.
We’ve been very thorough with the players coming back to the club. I trust Klinsmann,” he added.
There are many who believe that Son should have been rested for the matches against Tunisia and Vietnam, which were both relatively weak opponents.
He hasn’t been on the training field since joining Klinsmann’s team and has been working on his recovery, but he reportedly practiced with his teammates a day before the match against Tunisia, but didn’t play.
After the match against Tunisia, Son Heung-min said, “I always want to play, and I want to greet the fans every moment. I have a lot of desire to play.
I want to play for Korea, and I will prepare well for that. 토토
If I get the chance, I will show you a good performance.”
Vietnamese media outlet Bong Da Plus wrote, “The most prominent name in the Korea-Vietnam match is Son Heung-min. He did not play against Tunisia for fear that he had not fully recovered from his injury.”
“Son Heung-min has said he wants to play against Vietnam,” the article continued, expressing excitement at the prospect of facing the superstar.
“Vietnam midfielder Quy Ngoc Hai also expressed his desire to meet Son in person,” he added.