The first voyage of the Klinsmann towards the 2026 North, Central and American World Cup, the opponent is Singapore.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will enter the second round of the Asia qualifiers for the North, Central and American World Cup starting in November. The first opponent is Singapore, the weakest team ranked 157th in the FIFA rankings.
Singapore won 2-1 and 1-0, respectively, against Guam in the first Asian qualifier, taking the last place in Group C, which also includes South Korea, China, and Thailand.
South Korea will face Singapore for the first time on November 16 at Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul. Their record against their opponents is 22 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses, giving them an overwhelming advantage. Currently on a 9-game winning streak.
The last match was in the finals of the Beijing Asian Games in September 1990, where they won 7-0. At that time, South Korea’s Seo Jeong-won, Go Jeong-woon, and Kim Joo-seong each scored two goals, and Hong Myung-bo added one goal.
In the second Asian preliminaries, the first and second place winners from each group will receive tickets to the final preliminaries. South Korea is a candidate for first place in Group C, and China and Thailand are expected to compete for second place.
Klinsmann is currently on a three-game winning streak, defeating Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Vietnam in order. After taking over as coach Klinsmann, the team was anxious as they had no wins in five games, but they have been achieving good results recently.토토사이트
As they are riding a good trend, they are expected to go through the Asian preliminaries with ease. In addition, considering the 2023 Qatar Asian Cup, which will be held in January next year, there is a need to show one level of skill with the most elite power.