“How to stop? Only foul” Lee Kang-in, who led the defense, boasted of a ‘right foot kick’ in the meantime

 Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca) showed that a right-footed kick is not too difficult at all.

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, played a warm-up game against Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 28th and lost 1-2.

Director Klinsman’s ‘first win’ failed. Previously, on the 24th, Korea faced Colombia in Ulsan and finished with a 2-2 draw.

On this day, Lee Kang-in made a sortie. Previously, he was substituted in the second half of the game against Colombia and played on the ground for about 30 minutes. This time, he was selected as a starting resource.카지노사이트

Lee Kang-in neutralized Uruguay’s defense from the middle of the first half. 

Korea was dragged by Uruguay until the first half of the first half. In the 9th minute of the first half, a corner kick crisis allowed Sebastian Coates to take the lead with a header. 

Lee Kang-in, who was pushed back in the early game, began to revive like crazy in the mid-to-late half of the first half. He pinned Joaquin Piquerez and Jonathan Rodriguez, who had focused on him, with his skills. 

Lee Kang-in’s movement in the 37th minute was the highlight. He wiped out as many as four Uruguayan players from the right side. First, after cooking Piquerez by depressurization, the other three raised a cross that had no choice but to stare.

What is even more surprising is that Lee Kang-in, who is ‘left-footed’, raised the ball with his right foot, not his main foot. Lee Ki-je even shot a shot, but the ball missed the goal by one fist. 

Even after that, Lee Kang-in drove the defense. 

In the 40th minute of the first half, Lee Kang-in, who made a long pass with a creative transition from right to left, drew a foul two minutes later by driving three defenders around.  

Even in the second half, Lee Kang-in’s toes did not seem to cool off. Although he failed to increase his attack points, he made a mark on coach Klinsman with his splendid depressurization and individual skills.

Coach Klinsman praised him after the game, saying, “I had to foul to stop Lee Kang-in. He is growing up with the best players in the world.”

Lee Kang-in, who predicted that he would become a ‘fixed starter for Cleansman’ with his performance on this day, said, “Playing in the game is the most important thing. I want to play in the stadium. I always try hard and do my best wherever I am. It is important to help the team at any position. I do,” he emphasized.

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