“There are so many reasons to win, and I honestly don’t think this tournament means anything if we don’t finish first.” Seol Young-woo (Ulsan), a defender for the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games men’s soccer team, is determined to win ahead of the final against Japan on Sunday. “All the players, coaching staff and support staff have united to win many games and struggle to get to this point,” Seol told reporters at the training ground near the Huanglong Sports Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China on Saturday. “We have a final against Japan, and no matter how much I think about it, there are so many reasons to win and I have the confidence to win, so I will unconditionally go for the gold medal.” When asked about the many reasons to win, he said, “It’s just Japan,” and emphasized that “that alone is enough reason to win unconditionally.” South Korea will win their third straight Asian Games title if they defeat Japan in the final on Sunday. Winning three consecutive men’s soccer titles at the Asian Games is a feat that has yet to be accomplished by any country. “The biggest advantage of our team is that it doesn’t make a difference who comes in and plays,” said Seol Young-woo, who was confident that his team has a lot of strength left and no physical problems compared to other teams because they have been rotating really well since the group stage .Korea, on the other hand, is said to have an advantage over Japan in terms of strength, as they used both players under the age of 24 and a wild card that allows them to field up to three players. “I don’t think about the fact that they’re young,” said Seol, “but they have good passing and good fundamentals, so we have to prepare well,” he added. “I’ve seen a lot of Japanese soccer, so I know it very well,” he said, describing the style as “the opposite of Uzbekistan, our quarterfinal opponent.””Uhm Won-sang needs to check his physical condition (to see if he will play in the final), and I have a dislocated shoulder, but I think he will be fine,” he said of his teammates in the semifinal against Uzbekistan. Seol Young-woo was born in 1998 and is one of the three wildcards in the tournament .”I’m sorry that I joined the team a little late, and there was a feeling that I wasn’t good enough in terms of understanding tactics and getting along,” he said. “However, I have adult national team experience and have played more big games, so I will have to give them a lot of positive words and instill confidence in them before the big game.” “Coming to the final without overtime has boosted the players’ confidence,” Seol said, adding, “We need to control our confidence so that it doesn’t turn into complacency, and we will finish the game in 90 minutes tomorrow.” “All the players came here with the idea that we had to win first place,” he said, “and if we don’t win first place, 토토사이트 I honestly don’t think it means anything in this tournament.” He expressed his determination to win gold.