Shin on South Korea defeat We became too subdued

first_imgSouth Korea boss Shin Tae-yong admitted that his players became far too “subdued” in their 1-0 defeat to Sweden in their World Cup opener and fears that the opposition goalkeeper “probably became bored”The Taegeuk Warriors were unable to test the Sweden defence in their opening game at the Nizhny Novgorod on Monday with Hwang Hee-chan coming closest to scoring when he headed wastefully wide in the closing moments of the match.A Kim Min-woo foul on Viktor Claesson in the box allowed Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist to score the match-winner.Speaking after the defeat, Shin was particularly critical of his attacking players.“I think…we became too subdued,” he said, as quoted by The Independent.Victor Lindelof, SwedenEuro 2020 qualifiers round up from group F George Patchias – September 6, 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Group F saw Scandinavian neighbours Sweden and Norway keep the race for the groups second automatic qualifying spot alive.Spain had already…“We really wanted to win this game. That was the attitude of the players coming into the match.”Next up for South Korea is Mexico on Saturday, who arrive on the back of defeating reigning champions Germany 1-0.“Mexico against Germany were very fast and skilled. A very good, tough team,” said Shin of his next opponents.“They will be a formidable opponent. We’ll analyse the game against Germany and try to find a way to deal with the Mexico team.”last_img

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