Felix Sanchez remains attached to Qatar's patient gambling style while his team has failed to impress at the opening of the Asian Cup. The organizers of the 2022 World Cup are back in action against North Korea on Sunday, after being beaten 2-0 against Lebanon in their first group. E match. The goals of Almoez Ali and Bassam Al Rawi are over. Former Barcelona youth coach Sanchez, who has been in the job for 18 months, sees no reason to change course. "Every game is different and we can not give up playing it," he said. "It's hard to change now, but we need to find solutions closer to the goal of the opposition." But ahead, you still have an opponent and Lebanon has shown that it was a well organized and very physical team. It was the first game and it's never easy to do what's needed all the time. "But the team showed that she was patient enough and, hopefully, in the next game, we will do better and do something we could not do." Do not do it in the last match. "If the evidence of the 4-0 defeat to Saudi Arabia remains to be done, North Korea may well force Sanchez and his players to refine their approach Head Coach Kim Yong-jun will be deprived of Han Kwang-song after sending his striker against the Saudis, but he chooses to look on the bright side "I can say that without him, there will be an impact, but I do not do it" I think it will be too much big because we have good players like our captain, Jong Il-gwan, and Pak Kwang-ryong, who plays in Austria, "said Kim." So, I do not think that there will be a significant impact for the second match. " PLAYERS TO WATCHNorth Korea – Jong Il-GwanThe absence of the Perugia Han striker means it could be a solo mission for skipper Jong. The 26-year-old is undoubtedly Kim's most experienced field-player and one of four to practice in Europe, currently under contract in Lucerne, Switzerland.Qatar – Abdelkarim HassanQatar was rather apathetic against Lebanon until 2018, AFC player of the year, Hassan entered the running for the last half hour. Sanchez did not confirm whether the left-winger would play against North Korea from the start, but Qatar certainly seems stronger thanks to Al Sadd.KEY OPTICAL FACTS
– North Korea, playing its first Asian Cup match with Qatar, has lost each of its last six group matches – the longest losing streak of any team in the competition in 2019.
– Qatar are looking to win their first two group matches of the Asian Cup for the first time in its history.
– North Korea have scored just four goals in their previous 11 Asian Cup matches, never scoring more than once in this round (D2 to L9).
– Almoez Ali has scored five goals in his last seven appearances with Qatar. His only goal is his shot at goal in the opening match against Lebanon.