Bad relationship’ and ‘Vigilant No. 1’ Valverde… Light body movement in adaptation training

Federico Valverde (25, Real Madrid), a key midfielder of the Uruguay national team, which has a bad relationship with Korean football, started training to adapt to the local area with light movements.

Korea, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany), will have a friendly against Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 28th.

Korea, which drew 2-2 in Klinsman’s debut match against Colombia on the 24th, is determined to win against Uruguay.

Korea and Uruguay, who drew 0-0 in the first group H match of the Qatar World Cup group stage last November, will play a return match in about four months.

Uruguay, who drew 1-1 with the Japanese national team in Tokyo on the 24th, warmed up at the Goyang Sports Complex after entering Korea on the 25th, and conducted ground adaptation training at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 27th, the day before the game.

While only the first 15 minutes of training were revealed, Uruguay’s top star was, of course, Valverde.

Valverde, the key midfielder of Real Madrid, played his role as a key player by scoring the opening goal against Japan on the 24th.

However, it is a bad image for Korean fans. Valverde was criticized for making a roaring ceremony after making a strong tackle on Lee Kang-in (Mallorca) at the World Cup in Qatar last year. In the recent match between Real Madrid and Mallorca, Lee Kang-in made rough play, angering domestic fans.

At the pre-press conference held at NFC Paju that day, defender Kim Min-jae (Napoli) emphasized victory with the expression, “Winning Uruguay is the greatest revenge for Valverde.”

Valverde, who is attracting attention in many ways, showed light movements while warming up with his teammates during adaptation training at the Seoul World Cup Stadium that day. There was nothing special about the warm-up training, which was open to the public for a short period of time, but Valverde was the player most focused on by the domestic reporters and the Uruguayan media.

Meanwhile, ahead of the match against Korea, Uruguay coach Marcelo Brolly was wary of the fast-paced attack of the Taegeuk Warriors.메이저놀이터 “It was a short time after the new coach (Klinsman) took office, but I could see him attacking at a faster tempo than before,” said Brolli. “I will focus on preparing for Korea’s strong attack.”

Coach Klinsman, who is aiming for his first win, said, “Uruguay is a strong player in South America, but Korea is also a good team. It is a journey to the Asian Cup, and we will show an improved image.”

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