After roaring to victory against France with a well-planned strategy, Kim Eun-joong has vowed to keep his guard up against Honduras.
The South Korean U-20 soccer team, led by head coach Kim Eun-joong, will face Honduras in their second Group F match at the Mendoza Stadium in Argentina on June 26 at 6 a.m. KST.
South Korea, who won their first match 2-1 against France, will face Honduras, who lost 1-2 to the Gambia. A win would give South Korea a 토토사이트 two-game winning streak and a significant advantage in advancing to the round of 16.
“Honduras is also a team with good basic physicality and individual ability, so we are preparing to find the opponent’s strategy and prepare as much as possible,” Kim said on the 25th through the Korea Football Association.
On the team’s recovery and physical condition, he said, “The France game was physically challenging in many ways. “We won, so our fatigue has decreased a lot and we’re recovering quickly,” he said. “Some of us didn’t play, but we don’t know when we’re going to play, so we’re preparing well.
When asked if there will be any changes to the roster, he said, “We’re working on a lot of things. I don’t think there will be any major changes yet.”
Kim concluded by saying, “We did a good job in the first game and were able to get three points. Every game against Honduras is not easy, so winning the first game is in the past. We will thoroughly prepare for the second match and bring the desired result as much as possible.”