U-19 national soccer team lost 0-2 to China Friendly competition: 1 win, 1 draw, 1 loss

After a draw with Uzbekistan, a 1-0 win over Vietnam

The men's U-19 national soccer team, led by new coach Lee Chang-won, lost to the host country, China, in the final game of the China Friendly Tournament, recording a final record of 1 win, 1 draw, and 1 loss.

Lee Chang-Won-ho lost 0-2 to China in the final match of the 4-nation friendly tournament held in Weinan, China on the 10th (local time).

Korea drew 1-1 in its first match against Uzbekistan on the 4th.

Afterwards, they achieved their first win by winning 1-0 against Vietnam on the 8th. Jin Jun-seo (Incheon National University) led the team to undefeated by scoring goals in two consecutive games.

However, Korea failed to score a point in the final match against the host country, China.

Chang-Won Lee, who gave up the first goal to Liu Chengyu in the 33rd minute of the second half, conceded one more goal in the 45th minute of the second half, losing by 2 points.

Meanwhile, the U-19 national team led by coach Lee Kang-won is preparing for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-20 Asian Cup and the FIFA U-20 World Cup to be held next year. The U-20 Asian Cup qualifiers are scheduled to be held in September. Coach Lee, who was appointed as the head coach of the U-19 national team on the 20th of last month, played as a player for the Jeonnam Dragons and Pohang Steelers, and after retirement, he transformed into a coach and received attention as an expert in developing prospects on the high school stage as the coach of Pohang Steel High School. Afterwards, he served as coach of Daejeon Citizen and coach of Daegu Arts College, and now leads the U-19 national team.

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