The Korean National Team played Honduras to a 2-2 draw in the second round of the U20 World Cup group stage.메이저사이트

Coach Kim Eun-joong’s team was looking to build on the momentum of their win against France and make it two wins in a row, but it didn’t start well.

In the 17th minute, Choi Hyun-seok’s foul was declared a penalty kick after video review, giving Honduran Ochoa the lead.

But it was Kim Yong-hak who changed the momentum.

Kim Yong-hak, who had scored an assist against France with a storming dribble on a counter-attack, was on the attack again, this time at breakneck speed, looking for the Honduran goal.

He also created several good chances with his sharp left-footed shot.

The long-awaited goal came in the 13th minute of the second half.

Lee Yong-hak connected with a left-footed shot off a ball from Lee Young-joon to pull one goal back, and four minutes later, the equalizer finally arrived.

However, on a great counterattack opportunity in stoppage time, Kim Yong-hak missed the timing of his pass and was left to lament.

After a flurry of attacks, the team was unable to find an additional goal and eventually drew 2-2 with Honduras.

With France’s second straight loss, our team secured at least third place in the group, and will now face Gambia in the final third-place match on the 29th.

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