‘0 goals in 4 matches against Korea’ Cavani, why is there no this time?… Because of ‘VAR equipment damage’

Edinson Cavani (36, Uruguay) is missing the Korean match for some reason.

Cavani is a veteran striker born in 1987. He made his A-match debut in 2008 at the age of 20 and has been active as a striker for the Uruguay national team until recently. Cavani has played in 136 A matches, of which there are 4 matches against Korea.

He first met in the Round of 16 at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Uruguay won 2-1 against Korea, led by coach Huh Jung-moo, thanks to two goals by Luis Suárez. His second encounter was in August 2014, when head coach Shin Tae-yong was in charge of the Korean national team on a temporary basis. Uruguay won 1-0 thanks to José Jiménez’s winning goal.

The third meeting was in the fall of 2018. Uruguay lost 1-2 to Korea, led by coach Paulo Bento. Hwang Ui-jo and Jung Woo-young conceded points, and Matthias Vesino scored a comeback goal. The fourth meeting was the group stage of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Uruguay and South Korea drew 0-0 without scoring.

Cavani started in all four of these games and threatened the Korean goal. He didn’t score a single goal, but he was one of the most dangerous forwards. If you look at Cavani’s history of participating in the Korean War, you can see the history of Korean football in the 2010s and 2020s. He evenly dealt with Park Ji-sung, Ki Sung-yong, Son Heung-min, and Kim Min-jae

Uruguay and Korea will play a friendly A match at 8:00 pm on the 28th at the Seoul World Cup Stadium. It could have been Cavani’s 5th match against Korea, but the Uruguay national team did not select Cavani. This is because he was suspended from the match against Ghana in the third round of the Qatar World Cup group stage.

Cavani ran to the referee and protested vehemently after the 2-0 win over Ghana. He was in a situation where if he scored just one more goal온라인카지노, he could beat Korea and advance to the round of 16 by finishing second in the group. In the end, Jose Jimenez cursed at the referee and touched the referee with his elbow. Other Uruguayan players also faced the referee and assistant referee and poured out nutmeg.

Cavani took his anger out on the VAR equipment. Cavani, who was leaving the field and entering the tunnel, hit his VAR monitor with his fist. Only the awkward VAR monitor fell to the floor and made a roar. The scene took place in front of the general audience.

Eventually, Cavani, Jimenez, Diego Godin and Fernando Muslera were suspended by FIFA. Of these, Cavani and Godin received only one match suspensions. Uruguay, which is playing two consecutive matches against Japan and Korea, was able to put Cavani on the Korean game, but did not call it on the way to Korea.


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