Coach Klinsman-Coach Bell, hanging out with elementary school students in a soccer game… they scored goals side by side
The Korean national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann, the legendary goal scorer in German soccer, scored a cool goal against Korean elementary school students.
Coach Klinsman, who attended the business agreement ceremony between the Ministry of Education and the Korea Football Association held at Balsan Elementary School in Incheon on the 28th, scored the first goal in a soccer class with children held after the agreement ceremony. The ‘soccer class with the national team coach and children’ was divided into the men’s national team coach Klinsman team and the women’s team coach Colin Bell team, and it was an 8-8 match.
Coach Klinsman and Coach Bell played together in a children’s soccer class held as a 15-minute match, scoring a goal against the children. First, coach Klinsman intercepted the opposing team’s child’s ball, hit it into the attacking camp, and made it 1-0 by shooting. Head coach Klinsmann showed off his scoring instinct again at Balsan Elementary School in Incheon, where he scored 47 goals in A matches during his time as the German national team.
Director Bell wasn’t standing still either. He immediately attempted a mid-range shot from the reopened attack from the half line, followed by a direct attack after a while, and made a 1-1 gear and cheered. In the game, Manager Bell’s team had been leading 2-1 all along, but just before the end of the game, Manager Klinsman’s team scored an equalizer and ended in a 2-2 draw. 카지노사이트
After the event, coach Klinsman said, “I enjoyed spending time with the children, and I hope they will think better and learn better through soccer.” Coach Bell also said, “I was happy to see the children having fun,” and said, “I hope that both boys and girls can enjoy soccer, a global sport.”Meanwhile, on this day, the Ministry of Education and the Korea Football Association signed a business agreement to revitalize school sports and support Neulbom School. The signing ceremony was attended by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Lee Ju-ho, Korea Football Association President Chung Mong-kyu, coaches Klinsman and Bell.