“Oh Hyeon-gyu, who lost control, should have been kicked out!”… Why do you point out + claim?

 Opinion was raised that Oh Hyun-gyu (22, Celtic) should have been sent off.

Celtic won 4-1 in the 32nd round of the ‘2022-23 Season Scottish Premiership’ against Kilmarnock, which took place in Kilmarnock, Scotland on the 16th (Korean time).

Oh Hyun-gyu, the national soccer team representative of the Republic of Korea, was substituted at the start of the second half of the day. Oh Hyeon-gyu showed an enthusiastic appearance while the soccer team coach Jürgen Klinsmann watched. In the 31st minute of the second half, he tried to score with a right-footed shot from the door, but unfortunately it did not lead to a goal.스포츠토토

Oh Hyun-kyu, who wore a Celtic uniform through the transfer market last winter, is rapidly increasing his adaptability. At the same time, he was officially selected as a national representative. Oh Hyun-gyu played as a substitute in the match between Colombia and Uruguay in March. He even scored a goal against Uruguay, but it was canceled due to video review (VAR), and he swallowed regret.

In the midst of this, a voice insisted on Oh Hyun-kyu’s exit. According to Britain’s ‘Football Insider’ on the 20th, Keith Hackett, a former FIFA official, emphasized, “Oh Hyun-kyu should have been sent off.”

Oh Hyun-gyu received a warning for raising his foot high in the process of winning the ball in the second half. The referee showed him a yellow card as he raised his foot towards his opponent’s head. However, Hackett insisted that the scene be ejected.

Hackett said, “Oh Hyeon-gyu lost control. It was an act that endangered the opponent. He clearly should have been sent off.”

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