Wales boss: “Did you see how we stopped our best striker (Son Heung-min), he didn’t want to play”

Wales head coach Robert Page was pleased with his team’s performance.

South Korea and Wales played to a 0-0 draw at 3:45 a.m. ET on Sept. 8 at the Cardiff Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom, in their September A match trial.바카라

On the day, Wales lost possession but created more chances than South Korea. The defense was solid and the team looked threatening throughout, with Moore’s header hitting the post.

According to Welsh media outlet Wales Online on the same day, Page said: “I’m really pleased with the performance as it showed our identity. We’re back to the level of performance we had in March against Latvia at home and Croatia away, which was good.”

“We played a very good team tonight with one of the best strikers in world soccer (Son Heung-min), and you saw our response (defense) against them, and we could have won 1-0 with a last-minute chance,” Page said.

“We actually didn’t want to play this game (with Euro qualifying ahead). We didn’t want any injuries. We will now recover well and focus fully on our Euro qualifier against Latvia.”

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