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Chinese players ‘lost food, lost sleep’ before the match against Vietnam


Facing the ambition to overcome the third World Cup 2022, the Chinese players are under relatively great mental pressure.

HIGHLIGHTS U22 Vietnam 2-0 U22 China (Source: Next Sports)

The Chinese National Championship has just kicked off with a tight schedule to put all its energy into the journey of conquering the dream of the World Cup of coach Li Tie and his students. Recently, a rookie was surprised when there were revelations about daily life before the 3rd World Cup 2022 in the media.

Specifically, sharing with Sohu newspaper, player Wang Qiuming said: “Every day I think about the matches ahead of me so it’s very stressful and full of anxiety before I go to bed.

So I can’t sleep on time. I couldn’t fall asleep until 3-4 am. I really wanted to fall asleep, but the more I wanted to sleep, the harder it was for me to fall asleep. Since then, my morale has gone downhill.

Actually, I’m not the only one in this situation, when I asked some of my teammates, they also had the same problem.”

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Like Wang Qiuming, some other players are also under the same pressure

In the list of 31 players called up to the national team for the third World Cup 2022, midfielder Wang Qiuming was included for the first time despite turning 28. In addition, coach Li Tie also called Guo Tianyu and Zhu players. Chenjie returned to the national team after a long absence due to injury.

The Chinese team has been practicing since August 19 in Shanghai. Striker Wu Lei will fly directly from Spain to Qatar to join the team.

According to the AFC schedule, Vietnam Tel will face China on October 7, 2021 at a neutral field in Qatar. On February 1, 2022, Park Hang Seo’s teachers and students will welcome their opponents at My Dinh Stadium.

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