“SON hates Klinsmann”→’Absolute proof’ came out

The South Korean national football team advanced to the quarterfinals of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup Qatar 2023 with a dramatic 2-1 victory over Australia in extra time at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar, at 0:30 p.m. local time on Wednesday.

South Korea went behind in the 41st minute but fought back to equalize in second-half stoppage time to force the match into extra time. Son Heung-min was tackled by an Australian defender after breaking free on a dribble and was awarded a penalty kick, which Hwang Hee-chan converted with a cannonball to equalize.

The final goal came in the 14th minute of the first overtime. South Korea took a free kick, this time from Son Heung-min. Son rattled the Australian net with a fantastic right-footed curling kick. It was the goal that sealed the victory for South Korea.

South Korean coach Klinsmann was on the bench when Son Heung-min scored a picture-perfect free kick, and he couldn’t contain his excitement.

After South Korea won 2-1 and advanced to the quarterfinals, the team celebrated on the field, but a video captured by someone (apparently the tournament organizers) misleadingly showed Son and Klinsmann.

On April 4, the Daily Star reported that “Premier League fans who have seen the video think Son Heung-min hates Jürgen Klinsmann”. The video shows the two hugging.

It’s easy to see why the British media said Son Heung-min hates Klinsmann. “Sonny is not a good liar, it’s pretty obvious he didn’t wanna hug him lol,” someone who goes by the name ‘zara’ wrote in a video posted on social media.

A post-match video from South Korea’s Asian Cup victory over Australia furthered the fan theory that Son didn’t like Jürgen Klinsmann because of his poor leadership, according to media reports.

In the nine-second video, Son is seen walking toward his teammates after the game. That’s when Klinsmann apparently called out to him. As he walks, he looks back, and Klinsmann runs up to him, hugs him, and looks very happy.

On the other hand, Son Heung-min’s expression doesn’t show much emotion. In the video, his eyes seem to be looking away from Klinsmann. If they were 안전 토토사이트 happy for each other, they would have made eye contact, but Son Heung-min’s gaze is not looking at him.

Also, when they parted ways after the hug, Heung-min walked to the right as if nothing had happened, and Klinsmann was still celebrating alone.

This is the kind of video that makes EPL fans think that Son Heung-min doesn’t like Jürgen Klinsmann because of his gesture towards the South Korean coach.

Klinsmann took over the South Korean national team in March of last year. However, he spent more time in the U.S. and Germany than in South Korea, which led to fan dissatisfaction. 

In the 10 months leading up to the Asian Cup, South Korea’s performance did not show any improvement. Each game had its ups and downs, and there were no details other than “attacking soccer” that Klinsmann was looking for. However, Son Heung-min said, “You may think there is no detail. However, he defended Klinsmann by saying, “The promised play or detail is contained in the freedom.

Did Son Heung-min’s brief expression reveal his true feelings for Klinsmann, or was it just a momentary illusion? Only Son Heung-min can tell.


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