“From face price to no-manner fight…’ China-Lebanon War Heated by Korean Referees

The game gradually overheated after he didn’t give out a yellow card even though he hit him in the face with the soles of his feet. Eventually, they even got into a fight due to the “no-manner” argument, and since then, rough plays continued to emerge. The match between China and Lebanon, which had a cliff-edge match, was inevitably controversial as it was organized by a Korean referee team led by referee Ko Hyung-jin.

China’s men’s national soccer team played a 0-0 draw against Lebanon in the second Group A match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup at Altumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 8:30 p.m. on the 17th (Korea time).

China ended up with a 0-0 draw against Tajikistan, which is considered the weakest team in Group A, while Lebanon lost 0-3 in its opening match against Qatar. If both teams lose, it will be difficult to advance to the round of 16 teams. With the draw on the day, China will have two draws but will have to face Qatar, the strongest team in Group A, making it uncertain to advance to the round of 16 teams due to wild card battles in which it has to compete with other third-place teams even if it is ranked third. The match was also hosted by two Korean referees, namely Korean referee Ko Hyung-jin, Korean referee Park Sang-joon and Kim Kyung-min, and Korean referee VAR.

Bahraini defender Khalil Kamis precisely hit China’s Dai Wei Jun in the face during a competition with air ball in Lebanon’s camp around the 13th minute of the first half. Even if he wasn’t intentional, it was a very dangerous scene and he seemed to be able to leave after VAR review. However, Korean referee Ko Hyung-jin and VAR judges did not even give a yellow card for the scene.

Even in such a dangerous scene, the two teams were overheated as no cards were shown. The first warning came out only in the 29th minute of the first half, but the warning came because China’s Zhang Yuning lifted his foot and hit a Lebanese player in the abdomen during a competition for aerial ball.

In the 26th minute of the second half, the two teams had a full-scale collision. The Lebanese goalkeeper was kicked out due to injury, and the Chinese player caught the ball and broke through to hit a mid-range shot. The mood was overheated. It was unclear whether the Lebanese goalkeeper intentionally played “bed soccer” that dragged his feet, but Chinese players had no choice but to have complaints against Lebanon, which had a good draw. 토토사이트 순위

Although there were more collisions than any other game, Lebanon’s goalkeeper also made Chinese players feel dissatisfied with his lying down behavior every time he crashed. The Chinese players were already angry at the fact that they lied down every time they had a good defense and they had to win the game.

There were many rough and dangerous scenes in the game organized by the Korean referee team, but the game management is also regrettable, so it seems that there will be a lot of talk in China and Lebanon.

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