‘Buildup backbone’ Hwang In-beom “Difficult to create offensive opportunities…granularity needed”

By Yoonjeong Choi Correspondent Lee Young-ho = “The opponent’s defense was strong, which made it difficult for us to create offensive opportunities.”

Hwang In-beom (Zvezda), the “buildup backbone” of Klinsmann’s team, emphasized the “details of the attacking work” after the team’s goalless draw with Wales, the first opponent in a two-match A series in September.

“Away games are always difficult, not only for the club but also for the national team,” Hwang told reporters in the joint press area after the 0-0 draw with Wales at Cardiff City Stadium in Wales, England, on Sept. 8 (KST). Looking back, I don’t remember playing an easy game.”

Jürgen Klinsmann’s men played a frustrating 90 minutes against the Welsh, failing to create any clear-cut chances and registering just one shot on target.

In particular, Hwang In-bum, who is supposed to be the initiator of passes in the buildup, was unable to make a killer pass.

“Wales is a good team and their defense was strong,” said Hwang. We struggled to create offensive chances,” Hwang said.

“The fact that we didn’t concede a goal will be a good thing for the next game,” he said, adding, “We need to be more detailed in our attacking work and talk amongst ourselves to prepare an attacking scheme to score goals.”소닉카지노

Hwang In-beom was transferred to Zvezda (Serbia) on May 5 after a transfer dispute with his former club Olympiacos (Greece) following the A-Match in June.

Because of this, he hasn’t been on the pitch recently and hasn’t been able to build up his ‘match fitness’, but Klinsmann has entrusted him with a central midfield role.

In fact, with Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain-PSG) out, Klinsmann didn’t even have a passing initiator.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve played a game, so it was difficult to feel the game,” said Hwang In-beom. “In today’s game, I thought I’d run as hard as I could until I got a rat’s nest, and then I’d get my stamina up, and then it would be easy,” he explained.

“There were some areas where I didn’t do a good job of scanning the situation beforehand,” he continued, “and I need to work on that in the next game. I need to get back to 100 percent quickly.”

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