Cho Gyu-seong, Who Broke the Goal Silence

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Asian Cup Cho Gyu-seong, Who Broke the Goal Silence, "Public Criticism? I Really Didn't Care at All"



“Criticism of public opinion? They really didn’t care at all? Haha.”

Striker Cho Gyu-seong (Midtjylland), who immediately erased the voices of criticism by scoring a dramatic equalizer in the round of 16 of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup against Saudi Arabia, said this. 온라인카지노

Jo Gyu-seong is the player who received the most negative comments among the 26 Taegeuk warriors.

He continued to play as a starter in the three group stage games of this tournament, but he wasted numerous scoring chances.

Many fans criticized his performance.

Some insensitive fans even made personal attacks through social media.

However, even while the silence at the goal lasted for a long time, Cho Gyu-seong always treated the reporters in the mixed zone (joint reporting area) with a nonchalant expression.

He used to laugh and say, “I don’t care about public criticism.”

Cho Kyu-sung and Coach Jurgen Klinsmann attended a press conference held at the Main Media Center (MMC) in Doha, Qatar, on the 1st, a day before the quarterfinals against Australia.

When asked whether he really didn't care about public criticism or whether he was just self-suggesting, Jo Kyu-sung smiled and replied, "I really don't care at all."

He continued, “(Criticism) is a fate that all athletes must experience.

As an athlete, there is a way and know-how to not pay attention to the noise around you.

“I meditate and read books,” he said.

Director Klinsmann’s intention to bring Cho Gyu-sung along that day must have been with the intention of giving him strength.

Jo Gyu-seong said, "I think there are more people who have a positive influence on me (than those who criticize).

I have a director and colleagues next to me," and added, "I don't care what people (who criticize) say." said.

There are many defenders with good physique in Australia.

It will be quite a burden for Jo Gyu-seong.

Cho Gyu-seong said, "I think the Australian team is solid.

The defense is also solid," but added, "There are many faster and more nimble players on our team.

I'm not too worried about their scoring ability."

Korea lost 1-2 to Australia in overtime in the finals of the 2015 Australian Championship.

In response to a foreign reporter's question about what kind of conversation he had with his colleagues regarding the final of the Australian competition, Cho Gyu-seong

replied, "I wasn't there at that time. It was a long time ago, so I don't even remember."

The quarterfinals between Korea and Australia will kick off at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah at 0:30 am on the 3rd, Korean time.

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