Jordanian Coach ‘Malay Green Ones’ Declares Korea Will Win! “Why Not? Possibly”

Jordanian national team coach Hussein Amuta expressed confidence ahead of the match against Korea. Jordan defeated Malaysia 4-0 in the first Group E qualifying match held at Al-Zanub Stadium in Al-Wakra, Qatar on Tuesday (Korea time). 토토사이트 추천

Earlier, South Korea beat Bahrain 3-1. Jordan, ahead of goal difference, rose to first place in Group E. South Korea is second in Group E. South Korea and Jordan will face off in the second round at 8:30 p.m. on the 20th at Altuma Stadium in Doha. It has become an important match to determine the direction of the group’s No. 1 and the direct ticket to the round of 16.

According to Jordanian media outlet Ammon News, Amuta said after a landslide victory in the first leg, “We have achieved the natural victory we have wanted through preparations so far. We have proven to be highly efficient in the scene where we take advantage of opportunities and score goals.”

Jordan scored three goals in the first half alone to win early. Al-Mardi scored the first goal in the 12th minute of the first half to take the lead. Ace Al-Tamari scored an additional goal in the 18th minute. Al-Mardi scored a decisive goal in the 32nd minute to break Malaysia’s willingness to chase. Al-Tamari even tasted a goal to celebrate his great victory with five minutes left in the game.

“We had a big win against Malaysia. This will give us a lot of confidence ahead of the tough team Korea. It will guarantee us an ideal mental state to get a positive result,” Amuta said, giving great meaning to the team’s complete victory over Malaysia.

Ammon News said, “Amuta wants Jordan to show the same level of performance against South Korea. He said he aimed for the fastest goal against Malaysia by maximizing his capacity.”

“The match against Korea will be difficult, but we will compete. Why not? Everyone expects Korea to win, but if we concentrate and make efforts, there is a possibility,” Amuta said, vowing never to back down. Korea is not a horse that will let things slide. The result against Bahrain was good, but the plot itself showed some elements of anxiety.

Even considering that it was the first game, Korea exposed its absence of offensive tactics. The first goal was created through a surprise play in a chaotic free-kick situation. Lee Kang-in’s mid-range shot in the 56th minute was actually a score created by his personal skills. Until Lee Kang-in’s goal, Korea only had a high possession rate but did not threaten Bahrain significantly.

Middle Eastern players also frequently experience breakthroughs due to their individual skills. If a mistake is made and the lead is unexpectedly taken away, the player may be drawn to the painful flow throughout the game.

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