Park Hang-seo, who voiced ‘misjudgment→Kim Pan-Gon-ho’s stolen goal’ “VAR must be introduced. World soccer trend”

“The quality of the competition will be better if VAR is applied.” These are the words of Park Hang-seo (64), head coach of the Vietnam

national soccer team, as the tournament dubbed the “Southeast Asia World Cup” was marred by a decision that made people shake their heads.

At the National Stadium, “Shin Tae-yong” Indonesia and the 2022 Southeast Asian Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup (Mitsubishi Cup) semi-final second leg will be played.

Earlier, in the first leg held in Indonesia on the 6th, the two teams drew 0-0.

Maybe this time The game against Indonesia could be Park Hang-seo’s last match in Vietnam. Coach Park Hang-seo’s contract with the Vietnam Football Association expires at the end of this tournament. In order to reap the beauty of the end with a ‘winner’, he must first overcome Shin Tae-yong in the semifinals. In the

event of a 0-0 draw in the second leg, Vietnam and Indonesia will have to go through extra time and then go to a penalty shoot-out. Malaysia played the first leg of the semi

-final against Thailand at home on the 7th and won 1-0. They will play the second leg away in Thailand on the 10th. A

controversial referee’s decision is a hot topic ahead of the second leg of the semi-final. Thailand This is because Malaysia, which was playing the first match against the U.S., lost an extra goal due to an unconvincing decision by the referee.

The situation at the time was this. In the 10th minute of the second half, when Malaysia was leading 1-0, the Thai goalkeeper failed to hit the ball properly in a free kick situation. As it was, the ball hit the Malaysian player’s head went over the goal line. Malaysia appeared to run away with one more goal, 2-0.

However, as a result, it was not recognized as a goal. The referee did not declare a goal as the Malaysian player used an elbow on a Thai defender before the ball crossed the goal line. However, if you look at the slow screen, it was the Thai goalkeeper who struck the Thai defender’s head.

After the match, the Malaysian media were outraged that the referee had made an obvious mistake.

In response, coach Park Hang-seo was asked about the introduction of VAR at a pre-press conference held one day before the second leg of the semifinal against Indonesia (8th). VAR is not conducted in this tournament. 스포츠토토

According to the Vietnamese media ‘Bongda’, coach Park Hang-seo said, “I think the quality of the tournament will be better if VAR is applied.”

He continued, “Because referees are people too, they can make mistakes when the situation becomes urgent. VAR reduces referee errors. This is also a trend in world football.”

Lastly, “The last 2022 Qatar World Cup applied not only VAR but also a semi-automatic offside reading system. If the Mitsubishi Cup introduces VAR, it will be able to meet the global trend and minimize errors in the game.”

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