Ranked 21st among 32 countries participating in the Bentuho World Cup… UK Media Score

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar in November, Korea was rated 21st out of 32 participating countries.

On the 30th, the British Daily Mail evaluated the power of the 32 countries participating in this year’s World Cup and ranked them, saying, “The period of the last game is over before the opening of the World Cup.”

Korea, led by coach Paulo Bento, was ranked 21st.

The Korean media described it as, “In this evaluation match, we overcame Costa Rica and Cameroon and recorded 1 win and 1 draw, but we haven’t had any amazing results since we came 4th in the 2002 World Cup. “

However, he said, “If Son Heung-min has a sense of humor before the World Cup, there is a possibility that he will create a blast in Qatar.”

Among the countries in Group H such as Korea, Portugal was 8th and highest, and Uruguay was 15th.

Ghana was ranked 27th and had the lowest score in Group H.

The Daily Mail expected Brazil to come first and Belgium to come second, followed by Argentina, Spain and the Netherlands third to fifth.

Among the countries belonging to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), Iran was the highest at 18th, followed by Japan at 20th, Australia at 24th, Saudi Arabia at 29th and Qatar at 32nd.

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