South Korea coach Shin Tae-yong stated that his players were ready to keep their winning momentum for the upcoming friendly match against Serbia.
Shin enjoyed his first win since he replaced former coach Uli Stielike in July after his side edged out Colombia 2-1 in the friendly on Friday.
“The players have earned a lot of confidence and now they’re sure that they can do something,” Shin said before the training sessions in Ulsan on Sunday, as quoted by Yonhap News.
“I’m considering not making big changes against Serbia. We’ll have to focus on building up our plays.”
South Korea, No. 62 in the latest FIFA rankings, will host 38th ranked Serbia at Munsu Football Stadium in Ulsan on Tuesday.