Chinese media cheers for ‘Korean disciplinary action’…”Manning Shined Us! Combating Pride in Korean Football”

Earlier, Korea suffered from a flurry of warnings in the first group match against Bahrain. Chinese referee Marning raised a yellow card to Son Heung-min, Cho Kyu-sung, Park Yong-woo, Lee Ki-je and Kim Min-jae. Bahrain, which often committed more violent fouls, only had two tickets, which were particularly sharp to Korean players.

In this year’s event, a warning is extremely fatal. The number of warnings that the players received from the group stage to the quarterfinals is accumulated, and if they receive one more, they will not be able to play in the next match. If the players mentioned above receive in the final group match, they will miss the round of 16, they will miss the quarterfinals, and if they receive in the quarterfinals, they will miss the round of four. All of them are key players in the Clinsman team, so it was regrettable that the team had a lot of yellow cards.

In addition, disciplinary action was taken. The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Disciplinary Ethics Committee recently fined Korea. According to the regulations, if more than five players are awarded a card in a game, a country’s association may be subject to disciplinary action. The AFC’s Disciplinary Ethics Committee fined the organization $3,000. 토토사이트 추천

“I’m so happy! The Chinese national team recently got a revenge from a Korean referee, and AFC took over the Korean Football Association,” China’s Sohu Dotcom wrote on the 21st (Korea Standard Time). “The referee made the Chinese soccer team stand out by making a fair decision.”

He continued, “Referee Manning hoisted the yellow card for five players, including Son Heung-min, in a match between Korea and Bahrain. Then, the Korean soccer community disliked him, and the Korean media and fans are protesting in various ways. Later, Korean referee Ko Hyung-jin refused to give a red card even though Daiwa-chun was hit in the face in the match between China and Lebanon. AFC later admitted that Ko’s omission from red cards, stating that all such fouls are exemptions. Considering that Manning received praise from AFC referee chairmen and officials, Korean soccer is truly brazen-faced.”

Lastly, “The AFC fined the Korea Football Association to defend justice. The amount of fines is not large, but they were able to remove the arrogance of Korean soccer. In this regard, Chinese soccer won again.”

Referee Ko Hyung-jin, whom the media refers to, was in charge of the referee in the match between China and Lebanon. Then, in the 13th minute of the first half, Lebanon’s Khalil Kamis held a stud and hit Daiwa-chun in the face. VAR was activated over this, and a judgment was made on manners. Referee Ko Hyung-jin regarded it as a “cynical” foul, not a “serious” foul, and thus did not give a card to Kamis.

A yellow card should be given for a cynical foul, but referees are refusing to give a yellow card for a cynical foul. Against this backdrop, a “no card” has been declared. Multiple Chinese media outlets criticized Ko, saying that the referee has made retaliatory decisions against us. Sohu.COM also bragged about AFC’s punishment of Korean soccer instead.

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