Cho Young-wook, Who Played 85 Games for each Age Group
[Asian Games] Cho Young-wook, who played 85 games for each age group, achieved his own ‘early discharge’
Leading the way to a third consecutive gold medal with a ‘come-from-behind final shot’ in the Korea-Japan match… Representative 10-year finale by age group.
Cho Young-wook (24), who played in over 80 games for 10 years as a representative of his age group,
honorably reported ‘early discharge’ by leading the Korean men’s soccer team to victory at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games,
which will be the last competition as a representative of his age group.
As Cho Young-wook scored the team’s second goal in the 11th minute of the second half in the men’s soccer final against Japan at the Hangzhou Asian Games held at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China on the 7th,
leading the team to a 2-1 victory. 카지노사이트원
It was a dramatic comeback when Korea conceded the first goal two minutes into the game and then maintained the balance with Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart)’s equalizing goal in the 27th minute of the first half.
The game ended 2-1, and this goal sealed Korea’s third consecutive men’s soccer championship.
It is a goal that has many meanings for Cho Young-wook.
According to the information available through the national team participation record on the Korea Football Association website,
Cho Young-wook has 10 years of experience representing each age group,
starting with the U-14 national team at the Nanjing Asian Youth Games in August 2013 and ending with this Asian Games.
After playing for the U-20 and U-23 national teams,
today’s final against Japan was his 85th match as a representative of his age group.
As the Asian Games were postponed for a year,
even players under the age of 24 were allowed to participate,
so he had the last opportunity to compete as a representative of his age group.
He maintained his position as Hwang Seon-hong-ho’s starting striker,
exceeding the goal of ‘3 goals’ set before the competition, and won the gold medal.
The beauty of death was achieved.
He filled in early with multiple goals in the group stage game against Kuwait and one goal in the round of 16 against Kyrgyzstan,
played the role of a problem solver by scoring one more shot when the team needed it most.
Cho Young-wook, who has been playing for K League 1 FC Seoul since 2018 and has been considered a ‘next generation franchise star’,
is a ‘corporal’ who enlisted in K League 2 Gimcheon Sangmu this year to serve in the military.
However, he will be discharged early due to military service benefits from winning a gold medal.
I was able to enjoy a boatload of joy.
He scored 13 goals in K-League 2 this season, ranking second in league scoring after Lewis (Gimpo, 16 goals),
was inevitably(?) leaving the competition for the top scorer.
Attention is focused on whether he, who was selected to the adult national team last year and played in 4 A matches,
will now be seen more often in the A national team rather than as a representative of his age group.