Hong Hyun-seok’s ‘Shh’, Song Min-gyu’s ‘Try more’ collapsed, 50,000 Chinese spectators left before the end of the game

The Chinese home crowd left before the game ended.

The Asian Games men’s soccer team, led by coach Hwang Seon-hong (55), defeated China 2-0 in the ‘2022 Hangzhou Asian Games Men’s Soccer Quarterfinals’ held at the Huanglong Sports Center Stadium in Hangzhou, China at 9 p.m. on the 1st (Korean time). won.레모나토토

Korea won 2-0 thanks to Hwang Hyun-seok’s free kick goal in the 20th minute of the first half and Song Min-gyu’s additional goal in the 35th minute.

In particular, Hong Hyun-seok’s free kick in the 20th minute of the first half silenced the 50,000 Chinese spectators. Hong Hyun-seok also held a ‘shh’ ceremony in front of them by putting his finger to his mouth. It was a truly spectacular sight.

It wasn’t the end. In the 35th minute, before the end of the first half, Song Min-gyu scored another goal after receiving Cho Young-wook’s cross. He put both hands next to his ears and made a provocative gesture to the audience, telling them to “scream more.”

As a result, the home crowd, who had been shouting “Jayo!” before the game as if they were about to leave, fell silent for a moment.

As their performance showed no signs of improvement in the second half, they packed up their bags and got up. Around the 40th minute of the second half, one by one, they turned their backs and began to leave the stadium.

There were spectators who looked back with the feeling of ‘what if’ when they heard the ‘Oh!’ from the remaining spectators in the stadium, but after realizing that it was a lament that Korea had missed an unfortunate chance, they shook their heads and hurried their steps.

It wasn’t just the fans who left first. The reporters who filled the press box also left one by one before the game ended. They also let out a deep sigh.

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