The alert for the Clinsman Lake?…Allocation of Chinese judges and judges to Bahrain + VAR

January 14, 2024 | by

South Korea’s national soccer team, which is challenging for the top spot in Asia for the first time in 64 years, has been on alert from the first gate.

The national soccer team (23rd), led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will face Bahrain (86th) in the first Group E match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup at 8:30 p.m. on the 15th (Korea Standard Time) at Jasim bin Hamad Stadium in Alayan, Qatar.

According to the Asian Cup Organizing Committee, the main and deputy judges and VAR judges in the match against Bahrain were all composed of Chinese judges.

Klinsmann is expected to pay attention to the referee’s decision as Bahrain is good at rough play and bed football unique to the Middle East.

Korean sports have had bad relationships with Chinese referees at important moments such as the Olympics and Asian Games. The most recent damage in soccer was a warm-up match against the Chinese national team under the age of 24 in China in June.

The U-24 national soccer team, led by Hwang Sun-hong, seemed to be out of the goal line in the 18th minute of the second half when China scored a comeback goal, but the Chinese referee made a dubious decision, acknowledging it as a goal 월카지노도메인.

Not only in Korea but also in the Asian Champions League (ACL), there were some cases of damage due to Chinese referees’ misjudgment. The victim is Cristiano Ronaldo (39), a soccer star who plays for Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nasr.

At that time, Al-Nasr managed to beat Al-Ahli (United Arab Emirates) in the ACL playoff, but he could not see Ronaldo because he was damaged by a Chinese referee.

On the day, Ronaldo stirred up the opposing team’s defense and induced three penalty kicks, but the referee did not admit a single penalty kick. Ronaldo was furious at the referee, making a gesture to open his eyes with a gesture.

In this competition, semi-automatic offside reading technology (SAOT) will be applied along with VAR. Twelve special cameras determine the location of the ball and player to determine whether the ball is offside or not.

Therefore, it is expected that the dispute over the judgment will decrease compared to the previous competition, but countermeasures and vigilance are needed as a single referee’s judgment can change the performance.

After entering Qatar on the 11th after training in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Klinsmann entered Qatar and entered the local adaptation and last-minute tactical soaking.


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