Hong Myung-bo, Park Ji-sung, and Son Heung-min selected as AFC Asian Cup best eleven

The AFC selected the best eleven of all time for the AFC Asian Cup. In Korea, three legends were selected.

On the 12th, AFC selected the best eleven of AFC Asian Cup history, selected through fan voting through social media. AFC held an event like this before the opening of the 2023 AFC Qatar Asian Cup, which is scheduled to open in January, and announced the best eleven.

In Korea, defense, midfielder, and forward produced one each. Hong Myung-bo was selected in defense, Park Ji-sung in midfield, and Son Heung-min in attack. Legends representing Korean football were selected.안전놀이터

The country that produced the most players was Japan, the country that won the most tournaments. In Japan, Nakazawa Yuji (DF), Nagatomo Yuto (DF), Nakamura Shunsuke (MF), and Honda Keisuke (MF) were selected. Korea is the country that has produced the second largest number of athletes after Japan. Following Korea, Iran has produced two. Ali Daei as the front striker and Mehdi Madavikia as the right fullback.

The countries that each produced a Best Eleven player were Saudi Arabia and Australia. Mohammed Al Deayea, the best goalkeeper ever in Saudi Arabia who embroidered the 1990s, was chosen as the goalkeeper, and Cahill, the ‘Socceroo Killer’ who reached the top at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, was selected as the only representative of Australia.

Matthew Ryan, the Australian goalkeeper, was selected as the defender, Saleh Al Nuaima from Saudi Arabia as the defender, Nashat Akram, who led Iraq to the 2007 AFC Asian Cup title as the midfielder, and Majed Abdullah, the legendary goal scorer in Saudi Arabia, as the striker.

The following is the best eleven of AFC Asian Cup history announced by AFC.

Goalkeeper: Mohamed Al Dayea (Saudi Arabia)

DF: Mehdi Madavikia (Iran), Hong Myung-bo (Republic of Korea), Yuji Nakazawa (Japan), Yuto Nagatomo (Japan)

MF: Park Ji-seong (Republic of Korea), Shunsuke Nakamura (Japan), Keisuke Honda (Japan)

FW: Tim Cahill (Australia), Ali Daei (Iran), Son Heung-min (Korea)

Candidates: Matthew Ryan (Australia), Saleh Al Nuaima (Saudi Arabia), Nyasat Akram (Iraq), Majed Abdullah (Saudi Arabia)

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