National soccer team midfielder Baek Seung-ho (26, Jeonbuk Hyundai) was unable to attend the final training session in preparation for the game against Uruguay due to an injury. Fortunately, it is not a serious injury, but it seems that he will take a break before Uruguay.

Baek Seung-ho did not attend the last training session in preparation for the game against Uruguay at the Paju National Soccer Team Training Center (NFC) on the 27th.

An official from the Korea Football Association (KFA) said, “Baek Seung-ho felt uncomfortable with his right hamstring and had an MRI scan at the hospital this morning.” 바카라

KFA officials explained that it was not a serious injury. It is known that the reason why he was excluded from training that day was to protect the players. However, as it is an evaluation game, it is unclear whether he will be able to play against Uruguay due to overdoing it. Baek Seung-ho also missed the last game against Colombia.

With Baek Seung-ho missing, Klins Man-ho started the last quenching process in preparation for the game against Uruguay. Like the previous day, the national team, which raised their bodies indoors for about 20 minutes in the first half, devoted themselves to training such as turning the ball, passing, and trapping with a bright expression throughout.

After the 15-minute training that was released to the media, it was reported that the two teams were divided into two teams to conduct full-scale tactical training. Even ahead of the last match against Colombia, Klinsmann conducted tactical training by dividing the team into main and non-main teams.

Klinsmanho, who finished his final tempering on the day, will play a ‘return match’ between Uruguay and Qatar at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th at 8:00 pm.

Uruguay ranks 16th in the FIFA rankings, which is 9 steps higher than Korea (25th), but it is far from the best because many key players such as Darwin Núñez (Liverpool) and Luis Suárez (Liverpool) are missing.

Klinsmanho, who scored 2 goals after leading 2-0 in the first warm-up match against Colombia, drew 2-2, and is determined to win his first victory at the expense of Uruguay.

Coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany) said, “Uruguay is a team as strong as Colombia,” but also said, “But as we are a good team, we will be able to play well.”

Kim Min-jae (Napoli) also said, “It will be difficult, but I think we have to go without conceding. The most important thing is not to lose. Then we will be able to win,” he said, promising a scoreless victory.

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