“Son Heung-min? Hypocrite who bullies the weak and is afraid of the strong, much worse than Lee Kang-in.” 中 Famous commentator ‘ambiguation’ towards Son Heung-min

This time, he is a commentator. Son Heung-min (32, Tottenham Hotspur) claimed to be a mean hypocrite. He also mentioned Lee Kang-in (23, PSG). His intention is obvious.

China’s “Zvo Dotcom” said on the 13th (Korea Standard Time) that China’s famous commentator 董 Road criticized Son Heung-min.

The South Korean national soccer team, led by interim coach Kim Do-hoon, beat China 1-0 in the sixth Group C match of the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 FIFA North-Central America World Cup held at Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8 p.m. on the 11th.

The victory confirmed Korea’s No. 1 ranking in the group with 16 points (5 wins and 1 draw) through the second qualifying round with three coaches – Jurgen Klinsmann, Hwang Sun-hong, and Kim Do-hoon. In the third qualifying round, Korea ranked third in Asia, securing a top seed spot following Japan and Iran.

China was in a situation where it was decided to advance to the third qualifying round based on the results of the ongoing Thailand-Singapore match with 8 points (2 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses). Thailand won 3-1, but it was tied in goal difference, and China’s third World Cup qualification, which has the advantage of the opponent’s record, was confirmed.

In the face-off between Korea and China, Lee Kang-in’s first goal led to the final goal. In the 16th minute of the second half, Son Heung-min received the ball from the left side of the box and made a low and fast grounder cross in front of the goal. Lee Kang-in jumped in and accurately finished the ball that flowed out of the defense and scored the first goal. Lee Kang-in, who scored his 10th goal in the A match, ran to Son Heung-min and gave him a jump. The loud Chinese crowd fell into silence in unison.

While playing full-time, Son recorded three shots, a pass success rate of 80 percent (39/49), one opportunity creation, and four touches in the opponent’s box. Among them, Son’s success in dribbling drew attention. With his quick footwork, he teased the Chinese defense that was completely subdued. He dribbled a whopping six times.

In particular, Son Heung-min stopped him from the left side of the second half, playing between the legs of two Chinese defenders, advancing into the box as it was, terrorizing the Chinese defense with his sharp dribbling.

Son’s performance in the upcoming match excited European fans as well. British media outlet Sports Bible posted the footage on its social media. “Son Heung-min’s brilliant footwork.”

Fans reacted enthusiastically. One fan commented, “If Son’s nationality was England, he would be a player worth 100 million dollars (W137.4 billion).” Another fan commented, “He is a very underrated player.”

Chinese fans seem to be very angry.

In this match, Son suffered from abusive language and boos from Chinese fans. Even though the match was held at home in Korea, Chinese fans provoked him by swearing at him. At the end of the first half, Son looked at the Chinese fans and made a 3-0 win with his fingers. He also kept a relaxed smile on his face.

Zvo Dotcom reported the results of the game on the 12th, saying, “The Chinese national team lost to Lee Kang-in with only 30% of the possession in the away game in Korea,” and local fans in China left various comments. 토토사이트

“Son Heung-min is a perfect example of a Korean,” one fan said. “He tries to be generous, polite and mature, but he is mean to the bone. His national characteristics never change.” He cursed not only Son but also Koreans themselves. When he was defeated by his skills, he collapsed and only cursed.

A well-known commentator also agreed to the criticism against Son. According to a report by Zbo, commentator Dong-ru said, “Korea was nervous in this match, and so was Son. He made a 3-0 gesture out of impatience that he couldn’t stand anymore. This shows that he is nervous. If he wasn’t nervous, who would fight with the audience?”

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