USS Klinsmann to assess Tunisia on 13th…”ready to reinforce force”

The South Korean national soccer team will face ‘African powerhouse’ Tunisia in an exhibition match tomorrow evening. With captain Son Heung-min back in training after a thigh problem, expectations are high for a fiery attack.

Idasom reports.

Son Heung-min joined training for the first time in four days after his call-up.

He warms up with a cheerful expression, and as the ball drills begin, the mood lifts.

Son Heung-min / South Korea National Football Team
“We’re in much better shape than when we arrived, and I think the most important thing is that we can continue our winning streak.”

The players are hungry for goals, having scored just one goal as a team in their last two European outings.

From Premier League duo Son Heung-min and Hwang Hee-chan to Asian Games top scorer Jung Woo-young, Klinsmann is excited.

Klinsmann / National Team Head Coach
“I hope they can continue their performances from the last tournament with the team.”

Son Heung-min was particularly excited about Jung Woo-young, who wore his number 7 at the Asian Games.메이저놀이터

Son Heung-min
“It’s easy to get excited after one tournament, but Woo-young is not that kind of player, and I hope he can grow into a great player….”

Tunisia is ranked 29th in the FIFA rankings, three spots below us, but they are an African powerhouse that beat France at the last World Cup.

Khadri / Tunisia head coach
“South Korea is a team that can go to the last four of the World Cup and Son Heung-min is one of the best strikers.”

Klinsmann’s side take on Tunisia tomorrow evening in search of their first back-to-back wins in charge.

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