Lee Kang-cheol-ho’s winning strategy against Australia, Japan’s media reaction “Are you avoiding Japan’s ace?”

 “I think once we beat our first opponent, Australia, we will be able to play with peace of mind. That’s why the first match is important”. 

After returning home after analyzing the strength of the Australian national team, Lee Kang-cheol, the coach of the WBC national team, announced that he would do everything in his power against his first opponent, Australia. In response, the Japanese media sarcastically said, “Are you avoiding the ace against Japan?” 

Korea, which is in Group B, competes with Japan, Australia, the Czech Republic, and China to advance to the quarterfinals. In the quarter-final tournament, up to the second place in the group can advance. Korea will face Australia on March 9, Japan on March 10, Czech Republic on March 12, and China on March 13.  토토

Manager Lee Kang-cheol said, “Actually, Australia is not an easy team either. I think we need to use good pitchers there, and it will not be easy to leave a pitcher suitable for Japan. I am judging that way,” he said, expressing his intention to devote all his energy to the match against Australia. 

In response, the Japanese sports media ‘Full Count’ posted an article titled ‘WBC Korean National Team, Is the Japan Game Avoiding the Ace?’ on the 10th. Citing an interview with head coach Lee Kang-cheol, the media reported that the national team plans to launch an all-out war against their first opponent, Australia, and reported, “Among the Korean national team’s pitchers, Kwang-Hyun Kim and Hyeon-Jeong Yang from the major leagues are included. Who will be on the mound for the match against Japan and Korea?”

However, Japan cannot be neglected. Coach Lee Kang-cheol said, “The Japanese national team was spectacular even before it was announced. I’ve heard all about how the ticket price went up, but it’s impossible for all of them to appear. It will be an opponent who is not good at it. I will try to make a fun match.”

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