Son Heung-min Injured Finger in Row Before Asian Cup

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Son Heung-min Injured Finger in Row Before Asian Cup Semifinals Federation

The Korean football federation on Wednesday confirmed a British media report that Korea captain Son Heung-min had injured his finger in a dustup with teammates on the eve of the country’s shock loss at the top Asian tournament last week.

The Sun reported Tuesday (British local time) that Son dislocated his finger in a row that erupted over team dinner on Feb. 5 in Qatar,

the night before Korea’s semifinal match against Jordan at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup. 카지노사이트탑

Korea lost the match 2-0, unable to register a shot on target against a team ranked 64 spots below them at No. 87. Korea were trying to win their first AFC crown since 1960.

According to the report, Lee Kang-in of Paris Saint-Germain, 22,

was one of the younger members of the team who finished their dinner quickly to go play table tennis.

Son was none too pleased with that because, per the report,

he considered the team meal as an opportunity for team bonding on the eve of an important match.

An altercation broke out following an exchange of words, and Son, 31,

came out of it with a dislocated finger, according to the Sun.

An unidentified source told the newspaper that when Son Heung-min asked the younger players to sit down, “some disrespectful things were said to him.”

“Within seconds, the row spilled into the dining area and players were being pulled apart,”

the source was quoted as saying.

“Son badly injured his finger trying to calm everyone down.

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