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Klinsmann Without an Answer, Colorless and Odorless Tactics

Klinsmann Without an Answer, Colorless and Odorless Tactics

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Klinsmann Without an Answer... Colorless and Odorless Tactics, Inefficient Build-up

0-0 draw with Wales... No win in 5 games since Klinsmann was launched.

Is it build-up for attack or build-up for possession?

Klinsmann, who has difficulty finding the 'point of attack', failed to show his true colors even in his 5th A match since his launch and only conveyed frustration to the fans. 토토사이트

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, drew without a goal in the first match of the two-game September international match against Wales held at Cardiff City Stadium in Wales, England, on the 8th (Korean time).

As a result, Klinsmann ended up with a 'no win streak' of 3 draws and 2 losses in 5 games, and Coach Klinsmann continued the record of 'most draws since debut' among all foreign coaches who have led the Korean national team.

It is literally a series of games where the only question that comes to mind is ‘What is soccer meant to show?’

Even though there was no time difference problem with the European players who showed good performance last weekend, the national team's performance was unable to find a clear attack route and continued to repeat 'colorless and odorless' tactics.

Coach Klinsmann, who had said before the Wales game that "it is the fate of a coach to be criticized," was once again unable to bring out a "clear tactical card" that would silence public criticism.

Son Heung-min (Tottenham) scored a hat-trick and joined his team, and Hong Hyun-seok (Gent) also enjoyed the joy of scoring multiple goals (2 goals), but it is clearly the head coach's responsibility to fail to capitalize on their upward trend.

Coach Klinsmann placed Cho Kyu-sung (Midtjylland) and Son Heung-min as the front two, and placed Lee Jae-seong (Mainz) and Hong Hyun-seok on the left and right wings.

The midfield was played by Hwang In-beom (Zvezda) and Park Yong-woo (Al-Ain), while the back four consisted of Ki-je Lee (Suwon), Min-jae Kim (Bayern Munich), Seung-hyun Jeong, and Young-woo Seol (Ulsan).

The starting goalkeeper position went to Seung-gyu Kim (Al-Shabab).

Outwardly, it was a 4-4-2 formation, but with Son Heung-min in charge of the free roll from the front line to the second line, Lee Jae-seong and Hong Hyun-seok also penetrated into the center rather than staying on the side, and the left and right fullbacks participated in the attack through overlapping, the key to the tactic. It was.

However, in the end, the build-up process shown by the national team that day was in fact a failing grade.

With Wales' thick defensive wall and forward pressure using the 5-3-2 tactic, the national team had difficulty building up and even counterattacking.

The build-up pass that started from the back was passed to Hwang In-beom or Park Yong-woo, but was unable to break through Wales' forward pressure, and the ball was lost after holding on to back passes and side passes, and the inefficient development was 'repeated indefinitely'.

There was no sharp pass from midfield to the front line through Hwang In-beom, and no crosses due to the overlapping of the left and right fullbacks, so in the end, the question mark was thrown to the fans, 'What is today's strategy?'

In the end, the 'color of tactics' that Coach Klinsmann pursues has not been revealed over the past five games, leading to suspicions that the team is aiming to score through the players' individual deception rather than tactical moves.

The biggest problem is that the passes exchanged between players lack purpose.

As he was unable to overcome the pressure and made a series of passes to avoid losing the ball, the 'killer pass' that targeted the opponent's gap was not properly produced.

As a result, the national team had a poor performance against Wales on this day, shooting a total of 4 times and only having one effective shot.

Moreover, considering that the opponent was Wales (35th), which is lower than Korea (28th) in the FIFA rankings, it is inevitable that the head coach's opponent analysis and tactical preparation were insufficient.

In terms of passes, Korea was far ahead of Wales (388) with 564, but the result was only backpasses and side passes from the back.

As the build-up process was not good, central defender Kim Min-jae showed the key to the attack with a quick space pass to Son Heung-min and Cho Kyu-sung at the front line, but this also did not end properly with a shot, resulting in a 'goalless draw'. It ended.
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