Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad), the “core” of the Japanese national soccer team, expressed his sluggish determination to win the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup.

Kubo, who was born in 2001, is known to be close to Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain). He said, “We cannot give up Lee Kang-in’s win at the Asian Cup to Korea,” expressing his determination.

According to Japanese media such as Soccer Digest, Gubo was asked about the confrontation with Lee Kang-in in an interview with his country’s reporters after training in Doha, Qatar on the 12th (Korea Standard Time).

The two players, who are considered the next-generation star players of Korea and Japan, may face off at the championship title. The two teams are highly likely to play a “mature match between Korea and Japan” in the final.

In their respective teams, the two players already had a showdown in the round of 16 strongest teams of the UEFA Champions League. Coincidentally, they will have a showdown right after the Asian Cup ends. The first round match of the round of 16 strongest teams between Paris Saint-Germain and Real Sociedad, which will be held at home and away, will take place on March 15.

Gubo, who will face Lee Kang-in in a row, joked, “If I win the Asian Cup final and win, I think it will be okay to draw the first round (of the UCL round of 16).”

As for whether he interacted with Lee Kang-in during the tournament, he said, “I talked about meeting him, but there was no day off in the Japanese national team in the first place,” adding, “Maybe the Korean national team will do the same,” adding, “I said it would be nice to meet him in the final.”

Kubo suffered a thigh injury just before the end of the 19th round against Alaves in Spain’s Primera Liga on the 2nd. However, Japanese media reported that Kubo participated in the training normally and shook off the injury.

This season, Kubo has made six goals and four assists in the official matches, including six goals and three assists in La Liga and one assist in UCL. Recently, “Transfermarkt,” a website specializing in the soccer transfer market, estimated Kubo’s value at 60 million euros, the highest among Asian players. 헤라카지노

Japan is seeking its fifth Asian Cup championship and the first Asian Cup title in 13 years. Japan, which belongs to Group D, will face Vietnam, Iraq, and Indonesia in turn.

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