Melting the defense with ‘Phantom Dribble’… ‘100 out of 100’ Lee Kang-in was flawless


Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca), who showed a strong will to play more games, showed off his presence with outstanding performance that day. He showed himself why he should be the starting pitcher. In particular, his splendid footwork and dribbling caught his attention, making the Red Devils go wild.

Lee Kang-in started and played full-time in the March Hana Bank invitation soccer team friendly match against Uruguay held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 28th. However, despite his great success, the Korean national soccer team led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann (58, Germany) lost 1-2.

On this day, Lee Kang-in’s performance was so perfect that it would not be an exaggeration to say that it was a ‘100 out of 100’. Situated on his right flank, he led his attack with his greatest strength, the pressure to escape and sharp kicks. In particular카지노, it was hard to believe that he was the youngest member of Klinsmann, with his phantom dribble easily peeling off the defense and then posting an accurate cross, and his sensible play of inducing fouls with his flamboyant footing even when surrounded by three defenders.

According to ‘Sofascore’, an actual football statistics media outlet, Lee Kang-in recorded 3 shots (2 effective shots), 3 successful dribble breakthroughs, 2 opportunities created, 4 successful crosses, and 5 free fouls. Even in the ball competition, he won 8 times and overwhelmed Uruguay’s defense.

The collaboration with Son Heung-min (30, Tottenham Hotspur), who was given the role of ‘free-roll’, was also impressive. Initially, there were concerns that synergy might decrease as the roles overlap because Lee Kang-in shines more in the role of moving freely because he is located in the center rather than the side. However, this was just a whim.

Lee Kang-in broke Uruguay’s defense by exchanging one-two passes with Son Heung-min several times. He also confuses Uruguay’s defense by frequently switching left and right and entering the center. In fact, the formation and position were only formal, and that too was close to a ‘free role’.

Even in the second half, Lee Kang-in showed his presence without regret. He showed no sign of exhaustion and constantly circumvented the Uruguayan defense from the flanks, creating sharp scenes. In particular, around the 41st minute of the second half, he connected an accurate cross to Oh Hyun-gyu (21, Celtic). It led to a goal, but unfortunately it was canceled due to an offside foul.

Lee Kang-in played as a starter that day and perfectly repaid coach Klinsman’s trust. He proved himself why, above all else, he wanted more playing time. As long as he clearly took a picture of his eyes, it seems that the role of Klinsmanho’s playmaker will be his share in the future.

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