Chinese Fan Beaten in Son Heung-min Uniform Revealed Provocative First

The national soccer team, led by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, defeated Singapore 5-0 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 16th. 토토사이트 South Korea defeated the Chinese national team 3-0 with Son Heung-min’s multi-goal on the 21st. Korea has won five consecutive A matches. He scored 19 points and won no points.

South Korean national team captain Son Heung-min shone. In the match against Singapore, Son Heung-min scored Seol Young-woo’s pass. It was the moment when South Korea ran away 3-0 with Son Heung-min’s score to win the game. Against China, Son Heung-min scored the first penalty and even scored an additional goal with a rare header. Jung Seung-hyun’s goal in the 42nd minute of the second half was also a goal made by Son Heung-min. Two goals, one assist.

Son Heung-min played his best by scoring goals in three consecutive A matches. In the last three games, Son Heung-min has scored four goals and two assists, completing 200% of his role as Korea’s ace in name and reality.

An unexpected situation occurred at the stadium after the match against China. A fan who marked his name WON on Son Heung-min’s Tottenham No. 7 uniform was hit by other Chinese fans. The video became a hot topic as it spread rapidly on social media in China.

It turned out that the beaten fan first provoked by swearing with his fingers and yelling at a number of fans wearing the Chinese national team uniform. He wore a Tottenham uniform and made a gesture of disparaging and provoking the Chinese national team. The fans’ group batting is definitely wrong, but Tottenham fans also provided some cause.

Another Chinese fan wore a Tottenham uniform to the stadium. Another incident occurred in which Chinese fans angry at China’s defeat beat another fan wearing Son Heung-min’s uniform. A female fan wearing a Tottenham uniform recommended that the public security move to the cheering seat of the Korean national team.

There was also an incident in which dirt was thrown at a man wearing Son Heung-min’s uniform outside the stadium. The Chinese chanted traitor and traitor and criticized the fan. As a Chinese citizen, cheering for the opposing team’s player in the national competition itself was seen as a treason against the country.

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