[Asian Games] Judo An Baul Wins the First Inter-Korean Match at the Tournament “You’ll Think you’ve Warmed up”
North Korea’s Lee Geum-seong wins half of the playoffs in the round of 16… Advance to quarterfinals
Judo national team ace An Ba-ul (Namyangju City Hall) won the first North-South match held at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.
In the men’s 66 kg judo round of 16 match held at the Xiaoshan Linpu Gymnasium in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China on the 24th, 바카라사이트
An Ba-ul won half of the matches after a close match (golden score) against North Korea’s Lee Geum-seong.
As An Baul fought fiercely in the early stages of the game and tried his specialty, the piggyback technique, several times, but it ended in vain.
He continued to attack without stopping, and Lee Geum-seong stayed focused on defense.
An Ba-ul took the first instruction (foul) at 1 minute and 28 seconds into the game and the second instruction at 2 minutes and 5 seconds.
Pushed his opponent to the brink, An-Paul received his first guidance for an offensive foul at 2:44.
The two players, who were unable to score a game in 4 minutes of regular time, entered the golden score.
The game unfolded fiercely.
An Baul received a second instruction at the beginning of overtime, but it disappeared after a video review and he took a breather.
He continued to push Li Geum-seong.
And at 1 minute and 47 seconds into overtime, he attempted a piggyback throw
succeeded in a back-heel wrap technique that tripped the opponent’s feet and ended the game in half.
After confirming the referee’s decision, An Ba-ul approached Lee Geum-seong, shook his hand, and left.
This is the first time that North and South Korean players have faced each other in this tournament.
After finishing the game, Baul Ahn said, “I tried not to worry about the inter-Korean confrontation,”
added, “It took a long time (to win), but I think I’ve warmed up.”