Gangwon FC goalkeeper Lee Gwang-yeon (24, photo) was named to the final roster for the Asian Games soccer team.
Hwang Seon-hong, coach of the Asian Games soccer team, announced the final list of 22 players who will compete in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games at the Soccer Hall in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 14th. Lee Kwang-yeon, who played full-time in both matches in the two matches against China last June, was included in the list as expected. Having played in 7 K-League 1 matches for Gangwon this season, he is showing good performance enough to be selected in the Best 11 twice.
The goalkeeper position in this list consisted of Lee Gwang-yeon, Min Seong-jun (Incheon) and Kim Jeong-hoon (Jeonbuk), the same as the Chinese expedition. Lee Kwang-yeon, who started as a starting player in the Chinese expedition, is expected to serve as the starting goalkeeper in the Asian Games as well.메이저토토사이트
Korea, which is aiming for a third consecutive victory in the Asian Games, has selected the best members. Four European players, including Lee Kang-in, who moved to the big club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) after playing a big role in the Spanish Primera Liga, Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart), Hong Hyun-seok (Ghent), and Park Kyu-hyun (Dinamo Dresden), were chosen by Hwang. Baek Seung-ho, Park Jin-seop (above Jeonbuk), and Seol Young-woo (Ulsan) were selected as wild cards (over 24 years old).
Coach Hwang Seon-hong said, “I will do my best to achieve the goal with all my strength with the players. We ask for your support.”