Klinsmann’s “captain,” Son Heung-min, is finally set to make his debut against El Salvador.

Coach Klinsmann has announced that he will use Heung-min in the second half. It will be interesting to see if he can give Klinsmann his first win since taking over. Son Heung-min had to watch the game from the bench after undergoing sports hernia surgery against Peru, consoled Lee Kang-in after the defeat and felt sorry for him. The next day, Son Heung-min started training normally and attended a press conference ahead of the match against El Salvador. Klinsmann revealed that even though Son is unlikely to start, he plans to bring him on in the second half. “I’m happy to have the captain back next to me… I’m sure he won’t be able to play 90 minutes, but I’m thinking of seeing him on the pitch in the second half Klinsmann, who took over in March, has yet to record his first win with the South Korean national team after a draw against Colombia and back-to-back losses to Uruguay and Peru. “The coach hasn’t gotten his first win yet, and the players 카지노사이트킹 know how much that means, so hopefully we can play a good game, a fun game, a winning game.” The first-time opponents, El Salvador, are ranked 75th in the FIFA rankings and are considered ‘underdogs’. They’re on a five-match losing streak in A-match play, and their last game against Japan was a 0-6 thrashing. Klinsmann warned his players not to let their guard down and that they must win their one-on-one battles. “I told them to put their last game, the 6-0 game against Japan, out of their heads, because that game was over in three minutes. I also told them that we’re going to come out differently against Japan, and that they shouldn’t let their guard down.” Daejeon World Cup Stadium, where Klinsmann’s first win is at stake against El Salvador, is a lucky place for the Korean national soccer team, which has never lost.

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