It’s hard to stop unless it’s a foul.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, lost 1-2 in the ‘Hana Bank Invitational National Football Team Friendly Match’ against Uruguay held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 28th.
Even if defeated, there was a harvest. Lee Kang-in, who is the ‘expectant’ and ‘ace’, started and digested full-time. Lee Kang-in came out as a side wing and worked with Son Heung-min, Lee Jae-seong, and Hwang Eui-jo.
It perfectly lived up to director Klinsman’s expectations. His sharp toe and devastating breakthrough shined. He constantly harassed the Uruguayan defense, which is considered to be physically superior, creating space and creating opportunities. When Lee Kang-in caught the ball, basically 2-3 people clung to him, but he induced a foul or succeeded in breaking through with his witty footing.
Lee Kang-in’s full-time is the first time since the Sri Lanka match in October 2019. This is because he has been far away from being selected for the national team, but in this issue of Cleansman, he became a full-time resource at once.
Director Klinsman was very satisfied. At the press conference after the game, “Lee Kang-in showed a very good performance today. The only way Uruguay could stop Lee Kang-in was a foul.”
Literally. Lee Kang-in was frequently fouled.토토사이트 According to football statistics media ‘Foot Mob’, he was fouled 5 times on this day and recorded ‘the most fouls’.
Other records were also top-notch. Lee Kang-in has a pass success rate of 90%, 2 key passes, 3 shots, 3 dribbles, 4 crosses, 3 long passes, 3 liver curries, 8 ground competitions, 3 aerial competitions, etc. Recorded.
On the other hand, ‘Captain’ Son Heung-min also said, “(Lee) Kang-in played a good game. I think Kang-in should also feel a lot of responsibility now. As time passes, he will play a key role in the national team. Based on today’s match, I hope it develops further.”