Own goal → Park Yong-woo said, “I’m sorry, my mistake was big.”
February 7, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com
“I have nothing more to say than I’m sorry.”
Park Yong-woo provided an excuse for the first run due to a fatal pass mistake in the semifinals of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup Jordan, which kicked off at Aljanub Stadium in Doha, Qatar on the 7th (Korea time). 헤라카지노
He gave up the first goal in the eighth minute of the second half. Moussa Altamari cut off Park Yong-woo’s pass miss. Altamari gave it to Yazan Alnaimat, who was running on the other side without being greedy. Alnaimat saw Cho Hyun-woo, the outstanding goalkeeper, and finished with a chip shot and shook the net.
Korea, which lost the opening goal, struggled even more against Jordan, which has gained momentum. Ultimately, seven minutes after the opening goal, Altamari allowed an additional goal, leading the team to 0-2. Ultimately, the team failed to turn the tables until the end, and suffered a shocking loss.
After the game, Park passed the mixed zone with his head bowed. “I have nothing but apologies. I am sorry to all the team members, coaching staff, and other staff members for the past month. I am sorry to all the fans who supported me until early in the morning,” Park said repeatedly.
When asked if the loss was a matter of physical strength, he said, “I’m not sure exactly. It was just my mistake. The mistake led to the loss of a point. It’s not a matter of players’ physical strength,” and left the mixed zone with a firm expression.
Park Yong-woo bowed his head with an own goal in the second group match against Jordan, but he failed to raise his head again on the day, providing an excuse for defeat.