It’s even bigger in person…Australia’s ‘height + physicality’ overwhelms Korea with full power

The Socceroos’ height is actually more intimidating.

The Graham Arnold-led Socceroos will take on South Korea in the quarterfinals of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup Qatar 2023 at Al Janub Stadium in Doha, 안전카지노사이트 Qatar on Wednesday at 0:30 a.m. ET.

Australia reached the quarterfinals with ease. In the Round of 16, Shin Tae-yong’s side cruised to a 4-0 victory over Indonesia in a match that took less than 90 minutes to complete. The Socceroos also have the physical advantage of playing two days earlier than South Korea, who had to go to a penalty shootout in the Round of 16.

Australia’s strength is physical. With their overwhelming height and physicality, they play with a physical advantage. This has been on full display in this tournament.

“We’ve only conceded one goal in this tournament, while Korea have conceded seven, so we’ll be looking to capitalize on that,” Arnold said in the pre-match press conference. I expect the players to have a lot of energy.”

The Socceroos held their final warm-up against South Korea at 4:30 p.m. today at the Qatar University Training Center in Doha, Qatar.

The team warmed up with a passing game before running and warming up to get ready for the real thing. During the 15 minutes of open practice, the Aussies were in good spirits.

The physical condition of the Aussies on the field was even more impressive. In particular, we could see the tall players, such as central defenders Harry Souta, who stood at 200 centimeters, and Cameron Burgess, who stood at 194 centimeters. They also had solid physiques. Australia’s physicality is definitely something that Korea should watch out for.

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