Lee Kang-in finally scored a magical goal wearing the Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) uniform.
After winning the gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games, the A team and its affiliated team have been on a steep rise, scoring goals one after another.메이저사이트
Lee Kang-in led 2-0 in the 44th minute of the second half in the third match of Group F of the 2023-2024 UEFA Champions League against AC Milan (Italy) held at Parc des Princes in Paris, France on the 26th (Korean time). He scored a key goal and helped PSG win 3-0.
This is the goal of Lee Kang-in, who joined PSG last July. At the same time, it is his Champions League debut goal.
With this goal, PSG ranked first in Group F with 2 wins and 1 loss (6 points), increasing their chances of advancing to the round of 16.
Expectations are high that he will fill his confidence by scoring a monumental first goal in the Champions League stage of his dreams.
The Asian Games gold medal became a turning point. Lee Kang-in had difficulty maintaining his normal condition due to a quadriceps injury last August, ahead of joining the Asian Games national team.
He joined Hwang Seon-hong and achieved his goal of winning the Asian Games gold medal, but competing and performing for his team was another task. He was out for about two months, so there was also the difficulty of adjusting to the first season after his transfer.
As a result, Lee Kang-in drew a steep upward curve after the Asian Games.
He was selected for the national team A and performed well with 3 goals and 1 assist in 2 consecutive A matches in October. He scored multiple goals in his A match debut against Tunisia on the 13th, and also scored a goal against Vietnam on the 17th.
As I was eligible for special military service, I returned to Paris with a light heart.
Nevertheless, Lee Kang-in said, “I may go back and play a lot of games, or I may not be able to play. Since I don’t know what situation will come, I will always do my best and strive to show the best performance in the best physical condition.”
He announced his return by appearing in the league match against Strasbourg on the 22nd.
Lee Kang-in, who completed the full-time warm-up, played as a substitute in the 26th minute of the second half of the day and scored a valuable goal.
In particular, he attempted a total of 15 passes and succeeded 14 times. His pass success rate was 93%, showing off his talents without regret.
He has made a mark with his solid performance in front of his colleagues, including PSG coach Luis Enrique and Kylian Mbappe, and is expected to receive positive reviews in future appearances and position competition.