The player who contributed the most in terms of scoring to Hwang Seon-hong reaching the finals of the Asian Games without any difficulties was none other than Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart).

In the semifinals of the Hangzhou Asian Games against Uzbekistan held at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China on the 4th, Jung Woo-young scored the opening goal in the 5th minute of the first half and the winning goal in the 38th minute of the first half, giving Korea a 2-1 victory. Jeong Woo-young calmly pushed in a cross from his ‘soul partner’ Eom Won-sang (Ulsan) in front of the goal, and cleverly scored the winning goal in the 38th minute by taking advantage of a gap in the opponent’s goal when the Uzbekistan defender was defending with his body instead of clearing the ball. I caught it.

Jung Woo-young, who got off to a good start by scoring a hat trick in the first game of the group stage against Kuwait, played 342 minutes in 6 games until the semifinals and scored 7 goals, the most among all players. An average of 1 goal per 49 minutes. His scoring pace is reminiscent of Lionel Messi (Inter Miami), Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nasr) in his prime, and currently Erling Holland (Man City).

Jung Woo-young, whom we met after the game against Uzbekistan, said, “I feel like if I kick (the ball), I will score (a goal). I don’t think about it much, but my confidence that I can score a goal has increased a lot,” and revealed that his sense of scoring has improved. There was no need to hide it.메이저사이트

The only thing that changed while preparing for this tournament was that the team in the German Bundesliga changed from Freiburg to Stuttgart. However, ‘Stuttgart No. 10’ Jung Woo-young has yet to score a goal in 4 games for his new team.

Jung Woo-young’s ‘crazy performance’ is similar to Hwang Ui-jo (Norwich) five years ago. Hwang Ui-jo scored 9 goals at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, contributing greatly to Kim Hak-beom’s gold medal win. When asked about the record of top scorer Hwang Ui-jo, Jung Woo-young said, “It would be nice to add more, but no matter who adds, I hope the team wins.” When he was told that he would score 10 goals if he scored another hat trick, he smiled and said, “I will try.”

Korea is just one step away from winning the gold medal. On the 7th, they will compete for the gold medal with their traditional rival, Japan. Jung Woo-young pledged, “All the players came here after watching just that one game. Everyone has a strong will. I will definitely show you a good game.”

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