Ji-Sung Park’s Asian Cup Group Draw, Klins Manho Which Group is the Best or Worst?

 The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup draw will be held today.

The AFC will hold the 2023 Asian Cup draw ceremony at the Katara Opera House in Doha, Qatar, on the 11th at 8:00 pm (Korean time).

In the Asian Cup, 24 teams are divided into 6 groups of 4 countries to play in the group stage, and the 12 teams placed 1st and 2nd in each group advance directly to the Round of 16 tournament. In addition, the top 4 teams with good performances among the 3rd place teams will also join as wild cards.

The results of the group draw are very important for the national soccer team, which is challenging to win the Asian Cup in 63 years스포츠토토.

Korea (27th), which ranks third among the participating countries in the FIFA rankings, belongs to Pot 1 and thus avoids strong players in the group stage.

Pot 1 was assigned to strong players such as Korea, host country Qatar, Japan, Iran, Australia and Saudi Arabia.

It may not be difficult to pass the group stage, but since the tournament is held in Qatar, it is burdensome for Korea to face a Middle Eastern country.

Port 2 includes four Middle Eastern countries, including Iraq, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman, and Jordan, as well as China and Uzbekistan.

The most demanding team in Port 2 is Uzbekistan, which is showing steady results in the recent age-old national team with strong players in the Middle East, such as Iraq and the United Arab Emirates. Arrogance, which once shocked Korea, is also an opponent that cannot be caught off guard.

On the other hand, it is best to be in a group with Jordan and China. The match against Jordan has never been lost with 3 wins and 2 draws, and China, who is on the decline, is an easy opponent.

In Pot 3, Middle Eastern teams such as Bahrain, Syria, and Lebanon are considered burdensome opponents. On the other hand, Palestine, Vietnam and Kyrgyzstan are relatively easy opponents. It would be the best if they were tied in a group with Kyrgyzstan, 96th in FIFA rankings.

Port 4, which includes India, Tajikistan, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Indonesia, has easier opponents overall.

However, if you meet director Kim Pan-gon (Malaysia) and Shin Tae-yong (Indonesia), who know Korea well, it can be a burden, so avoiding them is not a bad idea. Also, in port 4, it is best if you can meet India, Tajikistan, and Hong Kong rather than Thailand, the strongest player in Southeast Asia.

On the other hand, at the Asian Cup draw event on this day, Korean soccer legend Park Ji-sung is expected to draw more attention as the draw.

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