What changed the flow of the game was Lee Kang-in’s ‘special class’ and ‘golden left foot’.
Korean soccer, which showed a frustrating offensive flow against Tunisia, scored two goals in the second half with Lee Kang-in’s brilliant free kick and a clever turning shot.메이저놀이터
The national soccer team led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann is leading 2-0 thanks to Lee Kang-in’s goals in the 10th and 12th minutes of the second half in the international match against African powerhouse Tunisia, which is being played at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 13th.
Lee Kang-in showed off his brilliant ability to take pressure off the opponent’s five-back net defense in the first half.
We finally broke the ‘balance of 0’ in the 10th minute of the second half. Earlier, he won a free kick from the Tunisian defense on the right side of the penalty box. Lee Kang-in, who played as a kicker, made a precise kick with his left foot, which split the right side of the opponent’s goal.
An additional goal was scored two minutes later. Lee Kang-in, who won the ball during a melee in front of the goal, beat defender Yassin Meria and scored with an accurate left-footed shot.
Sangambeol was hot.