Korea will play Australia in the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup. Korea struggled to beat Saudi Arabia in the previous round of 16 after penalty shootouts. Australia beat Indonesia 4-0 two days before Korea. Korea will take two days off and Australia will take four days off.

How disadvantageous would Korea be? And how should we overcome this? The opinions of five experts who have played in the Korean soccer community for about 20 years are included. They include professors, coaches, researchers, trainers, and administrators. They were reluctant to reveal their real names as they were on the verge of a big match where the public’s attention was focused.

■ In terms of physical strength and muscles, 30% vs. 80%

“If you play the same game and take a rest in the same way, Korea will face off at around 30 percent and Australia at around 80 percent,” said a soccer trainer. The analysis was based on the premise that Korea played the same game for 90 minutes. However, Korea has to increase its physical stamina, which is far lower than that of Australia, now that it is a penalty shootout. “Of course, you can’t and can’t do doping, but if you express the gap a little too harshly, it’s such a big difference that you can’t keep up without doping,” the trainer said.

Glycogen is one of the reasons behind the gap. Glycogen is a type of polysaccharide consisting of glucose. It is formed in the liver as the main storage material for carbohydrates in animals, and most of them are stored in the liver and in small amounts in muscles. It takes time for glycogen to recover normally. “If you play 90 minutes, only 10 percent of glycogen remains and all of them are exhausted. Korea is almost completely exhausted after the penalty shootout,” said a researcher who majored in sports physiology. “It can take three to four days of rest for metabolic changes, muscle damage and recovery of anaerobic capacity. Depending on the individual, it can take 48 to 96 hours,” said a researcher who majored in sports physiology.

Of course, the nutrients are 100% in both Australia and Korea. Nutrients can be obtained from food, and speaking in a car, they are like fuel. However, not all vehicles can perform the same performance for the same amount of time, just because they have enough fuel. This means that the performance can vary depending on the engine condition and the load of each part. In other words, the two teams have different strengths and endurance that can be produced by consuming the same fuel even though there is enough fuel.

■I’m even more worried from the 15th minute of the second half.

Experts say that even though Korea starts with 30 percent physical stamina and Australia starts with 80 percent physical strength, the two teams can play equally in the first half. It is okay until the beginning of the second half. If Korea takes about 15 minutes off the half time, it can gain strength until the beginning of the second half. However, the big problem starts from the 15 minutes in the second half. From then on, the time is on the Australian side. As time goes by, Korea’s physical strength declines faster than that of Australia in the second half. Moreover, Korea’s best members played all of its recent games to the end. However, when the team was close to winning, it replaced its main players to give them a break. This means that if Korea fails to tie or turn the tables in the beginning, it will not be easy to win.

■The team that won the game vs the team that won the game

Will a team that wins tremendously play well in the next game? Will a team that struggles to win play hard next time? There is no objective answer to this question. The outcome can vary completely from situation to situation and from opponent to opponent. This is due to the fact that there are too many variables including injured player, mental state, and opponent team’s strength. However, Korea has one advantage over Team Korea, which has strengthened its teamwork and mentality after winning new games. “A team that wins greatly tends to make the next game difficult,” Professor Han said. “Because players are mentally relaxed.” “Having four days off can lead the team in physical strength, but it can also be worse in terms of sense of play and physical balance.”

■Simple and plain play vs fast and sharp attack

Australia usually makes simple plays. When a player gets a chance while spinning a ball, he or she scores a goal with his or her physique and strength. If Korea prepares for this, it can reduce the number of lost goals. Korea is not physically lagging far behind Australia, either. Moreover, if Korean players’ overall performance is better than that of Australia, it is not bad. In offense, Korea is ahead of Australia. There are many players who are fast and have good goal-scoring skills. And Korea is a team that actively utilizes its side, rather than Australia. If Korea takes the lead in the game, it has maintained its firepower to score at least one or two goals. In the end, the key is how much to neutralize Australia’s offense and how to withstand after the middle of the second half.

■”Fourback + Two Volanches” is the answer?

If Korea goes to three-back, it would be easy to give Australia the lead in the game. And brisk side attacks are hardly expected. Going to four-back, Korea should aggressively manage both fullbacks to take the lead. The important point here is that it should have two defensive midfielders instead of one. Two defensive midfielders are needed to enable fullbacks to play aggressively to cover empty spaces. In addition, since Australia plays big games rather than detailed games, it is absolutely important to strengthen Korea’s central defense. Whether Korea has two orthodox defensive midfielders or one offensive midfielder, it is up to Jürgen Klinsmann. “The best scenario is for Korea to smartly save physical strength in the second half after scoring one or two goals in the first half to minimize the number of lost points,” Han said. “If Korea goes into the second half in a backward state, Korea will be at a disadvantage.”

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