‘Welsh Mafia’ overcome! Son Heung-min shares a heartwarming moment with his teammates

Son Heung-min, the captain of the South Korean national soccer team and Tottenham Hotspur, shared a heartwarming moment with his teammates after the A-side match.

The South Korean national soccer team, coached by Jürgen Klinsmann, drew 0-0 with Wales in an exhibition match at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on Aug. 8.

The match was a frustrating one for fans, as the Koreans were unable to capitalize on their offense and were often threatened by Welsh counterattacks.

South Korea totaled four shots on the day, with only one on goal. Wales, on the other hand, managed 11 shots and four on target.

Meanwhile, after the frustrating game, there was a scene that brought a smile to the frowning faces of the fans. After the game, Son Heung-min visited the Welsh team’s locker room.

Heung-min’s teammates on the Welsh team against South Korea included Ben Davies, Joe Roden, and Brennan Johnson. Heung-min met up with the so-called “Welsh Mafia” and posed for photos with them. The Welsh national team shared the photo on their official social media accounts. 온라인카지노

The Welsh Mafia is the name of a group of Welsh players, including Davies, Roden, and others, centered around Gareth Bale (retired) at Tottenham in the 2020-2021 season. Son Heung-min was one of the non-Welsh members of the ‘Welsh Mafia’ as he became close with them.

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