78 national team games for each age group… Cho Young-wook achieves a milestone with a gold medal [Hangzhou AG]

Even the joke was that their team was KFA, and
they challenged for the gold medal in the last competition for each age group.

카지노사이트For Jo Young-wook (24, Gimcheon), a member of the Asian Games national soccer team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, this Hangzhou Asian Games is special. This is because this is the last stage in which he, who has played a whopping 78 games for the national team in each age group, will be able to compete in the age category. Cho Young-wook is trying to end his journey with a gold medal.

Youngwook Cho, born in 1999, stood out from an early age and steadily took the national team course for each age group.

Cho Young-wook, who first wore the Taegeuk symbol at the Nanjing Asian Youth Games U14 tournament in August 2013, later went on to participate in the 2017 FIFA U20 World Cup, 2018 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U18 Championship, 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup, 2018 AFC U23 Championship, He has participated in most competitions available as a member of the Korean national soccer age group over the past five years, including the 2020 AFC U23 Championship.

He had a lot of experience, which is rare in age-specific competitions, as he was selected for the ‘Brothers’ National Team’ two to three years older than the age limit, participating in the same competition twice. So he played a whopping 78 games.

There were times when he was called up to national teams and played more games than the games he played with FC Seoul, his team at the time, and fans even gave him a humorous nickname, “Cho Young-wook’s team is the Korea Football Association.”

Now, as time has passed, Cho Young-wook has reached the final stage of the national team for each age group. Now, we are trying to end the event with a gold medal in the Asian Games.

Cho Young-wook has a wealth of experience on the big stage as he is the ‘strongest member’ of the age group national team, having competed in numerous international competitions and short-term tournaments. Even in competitions like the Asian Games where the interval between matches is particularly short, the know-how to achieve maximum effect is embodied.

As he has been a regular member of the national team for a long time, he is said to have become friendly with all the players in this Asian Games entry and served as an atmosphere maker. He collaborated with Lee Kang-in (22, PSG), who joined the team as a latecomer, to finish second in the 2019 U20 World Cup.

Cho Young-wook is also important from a tactical perspective. Cho Young-wook plays one level below the front line, but he plays a role in enhancing the presence of a forward striker due to his instantaneous penetration and good connection with teammates.

Therefore, he can fill the shortcomings of Hwang Seon-hong’s strikers Park Jae-yong (23, Jeonbuk) and Ahn Jae-jun (22, Bucheon), who are evaluated as lacking in experience, and synergy with them can also be expected.

Cho Young-wook, who is currently serving in the military at K League 2 Gimcheon Sangmu, is good enough to be ranked second in the scoring rankings with 13 goals this season, including scoring in 7 consecutive games from the game against Ansan Greeners on June 23 to the game against Gyeongnam FC on July 23. He is proud of his condition. This is the highest score in his six-year professional career.

Jo Young-wook smiled and said, “As this is my last time representing my age group, I want to achieve great success. My team is in good condition and my confidence has increased,” and then expressed his determination, “My seniors won the competition two times in a row, so I want to continue that record.” revealed.

Meanwhile, the Korean Asian Games national team will play the first match of Group E against Kuwait at Jinhua Stadium in Zhejiang Province, China, at 8:30 pm on the 19th.

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