National soccer team defender Kim Jin-soo (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors) was substituted early due to injury.
Kim Jin-soo started as a left-back in the first match of March A-match between Korea and Colombia held at Munsu Stadium in Ulsan on the 24th.
Throughout the first half, Kim Jin-soo contributed to both offense and defense of the national team by participating in a fighting spirit defense and sensible attack from the left. 카지노사이트
But bad news happened. In the 18th minute of the first half, opponent Jorge Carrascal crossed from the left in front of the Korean box, and Kim Jin-soo moved into the center to block the opposing striker.
Opponent striker Rafael Bore flew high and connected with a header, and in the process, Kim Jin-soo collided and fell. He fell for a while and couldn’t get up, and medical staff gave him first aid and got him back up.
He got up for a while, but Jinsu Kim eventually collapsed again. Four minutes later, he grabbed his own back and collapsed, and medical staff were brought in again. This time he went in with a stretcher and eventually he was carried out of the touchline.
Kim Jin-soo never came back and went to the dressing room lying on a stretcher. Korean benches got busy, and Lee Ki-je quickly warmed up. Following coach Michael Kim’s instructions, he was put in for 25 minutes.
On this day, Kim Jin-soo left the stadium with applause from the home fans, leaving his national team and Jeonbuk Hyundai uniform behind.