Published: 2024-02-06 10:19
Last Updated: 2024-02-26 17:50
Jordanian fans eagerly await the match between the Jordanian National Team and South Korea in the semi-finals of the Asian Cup, with the kickoff scheduled for 6:00 pm this Tuesday evening.
The head of the Jordan Sport Information Federation delegation to the Asian Cup, Khaled Al-Khatatbeh, confirmed that morale is high within the national team's camp as they seek to reach the final of the Asian Cup for the first time in the team's history. He noted that reaching the semi-finals has boosted the morale of both players and coaching staff.
Khatatbeh highlighted the messages of support sent by the fans has uplifted the spirits of the players.
In an interview with Roya TV, Khatatbeh stated that this match would be different from the group stage matches, especially since the team is missing two key players, Salem Al-Ajalin and Ali Alwan, which worries the coach about its impact on performance.
Regarding Musa Al-Taamari's participation, he mentioned that after the Tajikistan match, he suffered a muscle strain, but he quickly recovered and was present at Sunday's training session. He also noted that coach Hussein Amotta confirmed Al-Taamari's presence in the semi-final match during the press conference.
He also added that Souq Waqif, a marketplace in Doha, is filled with Jordanian flags and chants, indicating the enthusiasm among the fans, with everyone feeling optimistic.