Germany national soccer team head coach Jürgen Klinsmann has extended his support to Hwang Eui-jo (Norwich City), who is under police investigation for illegal filming, and wishes him well for his club and national team. Klinsmann and the South Korean national team returned home from their second qualifying match for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in North and Central America via Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 22nd.Excluding the nine Europeans, including Son Heung-min (Tottenham), Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), and Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), who returned via chartered flight earlier in the day, and Cho Kyu-sung (Meatwillan) and Hwang Eui-jo, who returned to their respective clubs in China, the 11 players left the airport amid cheers from fans.
The Koreans had won their first Group C match 5-0 at home against Singapore at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on Sept. 16, followed by a 3-0 victory over China in their second match away at the Shenzhen Universiade Sports Center in Guangdong, China, the day before. It was the fifth consecutive win in A matches for Klinsmann’s men, who started their second qualifying campaign on a high note .Speaking on his return home, Klinsmann said: “I’m very happy with the performance. We got a clean sheet and six points,” he said with a smile, adding, “We received great hospitality from the Chinese fans. “With Hwang Ui-jo being investigated by the Seoul Metropolitan Police Department’s Cyber Investigation Unit as a suspect in a case of illegal filming, questions centered on the background of Hwang’s inclusion and the possibility of his future departure .Klinsmann substituted Hwang in the 27th minute of the previous match for Cho Kyu-sung. He said in the post-match press conference that he would continue to keep Hwang in the national team as he had not been proven guilty of any crime, and he made the same statement upon arrival.”He’s one of our players,” Klinsmann 카지노사이트 said, before adding that “there’s nothing that’s been said or proven yet.”