‘Cursive to Korean fans cheering for Taegukgi’ – ‘Son Heung-min – Laser Attack on Lee Kang-in’ – Korea-China War completes a messy party

Reporter Woo Choong-won] Abusive language and criticism poured into Korean fans who cheered with the Korean national flag. He also fired lasers at Son Heung-min (Tottenham) and Lee Kang-in (PSG). In addition, there was a fight between Chinese fans and fans cheering for the Chinese national team for Tottenham uniforms. It happened at the stadium where the match between Korea and China was held.

The South Korean national soccer team, led by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann, faced China in the second Group C match of the 2026 FIFA Asian qualifying round held at the Universiade Sports Center in Shenzhen, China, at 9 p.m. on the 21st and won 3-0.

On this day, various controversial things happened at the stadium. 스포츠토토

Korean soccer fans, who visited the stadium to watch the match between Korea and China, moved to seats on one side of the stadium. The Korean cheering squad, which included about 10 Red Devils, looked like an island at the Universiade Sports Center in Shenzhen. Following the third floor, some Korean fans were sitting on separate seats from Chinese spectators on the second floor.

Although the space was separated, Chinese fans immediately poured out their nerves as fans wearing national soccer team uniforms with Son Heung-min’s name on them held the Korean national flag and cheered. Chinese fans stood up suddenly and shouted at the fan. He shouted like an abusive language and asked me to leave, and a Korean fan who was afraid sat down and seemed to end.

However, some Chinese fans still shouted at the fans and it was hard to cheer for Korea in the end. It was difficult to move because it was a designated seat, and in the end, I had no choice but to watch the game quietly.

In addition, jeers poured out in the situation where the national anthem came out before the start of the game. At least in the custom of international dialogue, it is customary to give silence and applause in respect of the other country during the national anthem, but there was no such manner for Chinese soccer fans.
After that, when the game began, Chinese spectators booed nonstop. Whenever a Chinese player steals Son Heung-min’s ball or roughs it, he cheers, and on the contrary, whenever Korean players continue to play, he is seen discouraged by unilateral boos.

When Son Heung-min connected the penalty kick obtained by Hwang Hee-chan, the Chinese spectators’ excessive “non-manner” behavior was detected. It was a laser shot aimed at Son Heung-min’s face. If this laser is directed to the player’s eyes, there may be instantaneous visual field problems.

However, Son did not panic. Rather, he shook China’s goal net with a perfect shot. Immediately after scoring, Son Heung-min took the lead perfectly by showing a “shhh” gesture toward the booing crowd.

The problem was that Chinese fans also argued.

Chinese media Sohu posted a picture, saying, “During the match between China and South Korea, a Tottenham fan fought with a Chinese national team fan.” The exact details were not delivered, but it was a scene that confirmed Tottenham’s popularity in China.

The photo was posted on a social media account in China. Videos of spectators in the stadium booing each other are also posted on the social media.

The video showed a fan wearing a Tottenham uniform being booed by the crowd around him. A Chinese spectator booed a fan wearing a Tottenham uniform after pouring out his intense emotions.

However, the crowd in Tottenham’s uniform responded with acts such as booing together and swearing with fingers. With Son Heung-min’s popularity immense, fans who visited the stadium to cheer for the Chinese national team booed all kinds of things.

South Korea’s victory ended the game, but Chinese fans booed until the end. After the game, the Chinese national team players, who moved to the stadium to greet the crowd, were also booed. Also, when the judges, who judged that they had made a judgment against them, left, booed again.

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