AG announced its return to the international stage after three years with victory in the first match of Group F.
North Korea’s men’s soccer team had disappeared from the international stage for over three years. After being eliminated from the group stage of the Asian Football Confederation U-23 Asian Cup in January 2020, North Korea did not participate in international competitions under the pretext of protecting its citizens due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) that year.메이저놀이터
North Korea unilaterally boycotted the 2021 Tokyo Olympics and was suspended by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and the suspension was lifted on December 31 last year. North Korea confirmed its participation in this year’s Hangzhou Asian Games held in China, a friendly country.
North Korea’s soccer team, unveiled, won its first match in the group stage of the Asian Games. The North Korean Asian Games men’s soccer team, led by coach Shin Yong-nam, won 2-0 in the first match against Taiwan in the Asian Games men’s soccer group F held at the Zhejiang Normal University East Stadium in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, China on the 19th.
North Korea, which used a 4-4-2 formation, boasted of ‘offensive soccer’ that pushed Taiwan hard from the beginning of the first half. In the 7th minute of the first half, North Korean striker Ri Jo-guk scored the first goal with a right-footed shot inside the penalty box. In the 12th minute of the first half, midfielder Baek Chung-seong broke down Taiwan’s left flank and crossed into the penalty box, and attacker Kim Kook-jin, who was penetrating, finished, making it 2-0.