Spurs striker Son Heung-min trains wearing a mask for the South Korean national team. To prepare for the World Cup Accepting that he is not sure that he will be able to enter the field every match because he still hasn’t recovered from the pain in the left eye socket
South Korea captain Son Heung-min admits he is still unsure if he will be able to play every game for his home country at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After undergoing surgery for a left eye socket injury earlier this month. But ready to take risks to give happiness and hope to white ginseng fans
The Tottenham Hotspur forward has missed three games for the UFABET club ahead of the World Cup break due to a left facial injury in the Champions League game against the London club. to slash Marseille 2-1 until having to undergo surgery But he has a list of names attached to the kimchi army. and wore a protective mask for the first training session in Doha last wednesday
Recently, the 30-year-old star kicked out for an interview about his own readiness: “I’m not a doctor, it’s hard for me to say when I can play. I will do my best under this situation. But it’s hard for me to say now that I’m going to play every game. From the point of view of the fans It might be too risky. But footballers often play under this risk. I just want to give happiness and hope to our fans. I am willing to take those risks.”
At the same time, the golden spur chicken also revealed that he was starting to get used to wearing a mask to prevent injuries. and the swelling on the face has decreased. These carbon masks are very light and are unlikely to break. because if so indicates that something has happened to their face so hope will not be
South Korea are in Group H of this year’s FIFA World Cup this year, with their first match against Uruguay on Thursday November 24, followed by Ghana on Monday November 28 and playing their final match in the group stage. Group duel with Portugal on Friday 2 December with the best performance in this tournament. was a 4th place finish in 2002 where they co-hosted with Japan.