Will Son Heung-min beat Mitoma and Azmoun to win the 3rd round

Will ‘Captain’ Son Heung-min (Tottenham) be able to shed tears of joy while holding the long-awaited championship trophy in his arms?Korean soccer is attempting to win the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup for the first time in 64 years since the 2nd tournament in 1960.Just like Korea, which is shouting for its ‘first summit in 64 years’, Son Heung-min, who has now become a ‘star’ not only in Asia but also in the world soccer world, is desperate for the Asian Cup championship trophy more than anyone else.Son Heung-min has written a career with various records and titles, including 100 goals in the English Premier League (EPL), 200 goals in Europe, double-digit scores for 8 consecutive EPL seasons, and top scorer in the 2021-2022 EPL season, but he has had absolutely no success in winning.

Son Heung-min has suffered in all three Asian Cups.Son Heung-min, who first participated in the Asian Cup as the youngest member of the national team in 2011, contributed to the team’s victory in the 3rd and 4th place match against Uzbekistan and finished the tournament in 3rd place. In this tournament, Son Heung-min scored his international debut goal against India in the group stage, but Korea lost in a penalty shootout in the semifinals against Japan and failed to advance to the finals.In the 2015 tournament, which was Son Heung-min’s second Asian Cup, he lost to Australia in overtime in the final and took second place.

Son Heung-min dramatically scored the equalizer in extra time in the second half and sent the game into overtime, but Korea ultimately failed to score an additional goal.Son Heung-min, who burst into tears after the game due to deep disappointment, promised to win the next tournament.However, in 2019, when he participated in his third Asian Cup, he experienced frustration once again.Korea stopped in the quarterfinals after being dealt a blow by Qatar, which caused the ‘Sandstorm in the Middle East’.This is why Son Heung-min, who is participating in his fourth Asian Cup, desperately hopes to win.Moreover, Son Heung-min, born in 1992, will turn 35 in 2027, when the next Asian Cup is held.This tournament may be Son Heung-min’s last Asian Cup.As it boasts the strongest squad of all time, including Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), Kim Min-jae 카지노사이트킹 Bayern Munich), and Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), this tournament is the right time to win.

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