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Ronaldo: “Get out of here! Korean soccer player says “I don’t like it” to Japan….

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Sung expresses his joy by sticking out his tongue (Image: Reuters/Afro)

At the World Cup soccer tournament in Qatar, the Middle East, South Korea has done well, making the top 16 despite a 0-4 loss to Brazil. One handsome player whose popularity has skyrocketed is forward Kyu-Seong Cho (24).

He was selected for the South Korean U-23 national team in 2007, but before the World Cup began, he was an unknown player in the world. His name became famous when he played in the first round league against Ghana. Korea lost the game 2 to 3, but Sung started and scored two goals. It was the first time in history that a Korean player scored multiple goals in a World Cup match.

His handsome face has also helped his popularity skyrocket, especially in South Korea, where he had about 20,000 followers on Instagram before the World Cup, but after the Ghana match, that number rose to 2 million. Videos tagged with Ng’s name have been viewed more than 190 million times. His smartphone was constantly receiving ‘courtship messages’ from female fans, so much so that he had to turn it off to concentrate on soccer,” said a soccer magazine editor.

Fast, fast.”

Waving the Korean flag to express joy (Image: Afro)

Despite his popularity, Yu is also a “rowdy player. The first time he caused a stir was in the first round league match against Portugal, which they won 2-1 to advance to the round of 16.

Sago was said to have verbally abused Portugal’s ace, Cristiano Ronaldo. He is said to have sent a message to Ronaldo, who had dropped to the bench 20 minutes into the second half, saying, ‘Hurry up! ‘ to Ronaldo, who dropped to the bench in the 20th minute of the second half.

After the match, Ronaldo was not satisfied with his anger and commented to the press: “The Korean player (Yu) was very angry.

After the match, Ronaldo was not satisfied with his anger and commented to the press, “The Korean player (Soo) told me to ‘Hurry up and get out! So I said to him, ‘Shut up! He had no right to say that. He had no right to say that.

Yeo also did not remain silent to the media.

I just said, ‘Fast, fast. Then Ronaldo spoke out of turn in Portuguese.

Diao’s rant was also directed at the Japanese national team. According to the Korean media outlet Star News, he had the following to say to Japan, which had made the top 16 ahead of South Korea: “I am very happy that Japan made it to the finals.

I don’t think Japan’s progress to the final tournament itself has any effect on us. To be honest, I didn’t like the fact that Japan made it to the finals. So we felt we had to go up, too.

This could be taken as an insult to Japan. The Internet was filled with critical comments such as, “You have lowered the level of the Korean national team,” and “You are getting too carried away.

However, there is room for sympathy for Yeo as well. The media person who asked the question prefaced his answer with, ‘I feel bad about Japan’s breakthrough,’ and then asked, ‘Did it affect the match against Portugal (which made the top 16)? It seemed like a leading question to elicit an anti-Japanese answer,” said a reporter for a sports newspaper.

The new Korean hero has received both praise and criticism. His words and actions are likely to be watched closely in the future.

Yeo competes with Portuguese players (Image: Afro)
He is one of Korea’s most handsome players (Image: Afro)
He scored a goal against Ghana and screamed (Image: Afro)
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