I played hard with all my heart”… ‘20 years of Daejeon native’ defeats Daejeon and becomes Suwon MVP

For Lee Se-bin, who was selected as the MVP of the tournament, the final was a fateful meeting.

On the 15th, a ranked tournament was held at the Jecheon Soccer Center in Chungcheongbuk-do to determine the winner of the 2023 K League Queen Cup. On the 14th, the first day of the competition, the group stage was held and the teams with the same ranking in each group were grouped together to open the tournament. The winner of the Group 1 tournament consisting of the five first-place teams is the overall winner of the tournament.

The team that won the K-League Queen Cup was Suwon Samsung. Suwon won against FC Anyang, Bucheon FC 1995, Jeonnam Dragons, and Ansan Greeners in the group stage held on Day 1. In the Group 1 tournament held on the second day, they defeated Chungnam Asan and Seoul E-Land in turn, and defeated Daejeon Hana Citizen 3-0 in the final, winning their second consecutive tournament.

The MVP of Group 1 that day was Suwon’s Lee Se-bin. There were a total of 5 MVPs who were divided into groups by ranking, and it was safe to say that the MVP from Group 1, where the top ranked teams gathered together and faced each other, was the best among them. Se-bin Lee led the team to the championship by performing well, scoring 5 goals throughout the competition with her quick feet and accurate shooting.

Se-bin Lee, who met with the reporters after the awards ceremony, said, “I was very pressured and nervous because I competed with 25 teams, but I am so happy and happy to win. I really didn’t think I would receive MVP. Everyone on my team did really well, so no one knows.” “I didn’t think it would be strange to receive it, but I couldn’t believe it when I received it,” he said, showing humility.

He continued, “I’m really grateful to all the players. I don’t think we would have won the championship without even one player,” and said that the victory was all thanks to his teammates who were with him.

During the interview, Sebin Lee revealed that she had lived in Daejeon for a long time. Considering that he participated in the Queen’s Cup in the previous tournament, it would be the second year in a row that he won the trophy by beating his hometown team.메이저사이트

Regarding this, Lee Se-bin said, “I lived in Daejeon for 20 years, so I played as a Suwon player, but I also wanted Daejeon to do well. Still, because I came out wearing the Suwon badge, I gathered my courage and played hard to win.”

As the saying goes, Lee Se-bin revealed his love for Suwon throughout the interview. Regarding playing with Suwon’s emblem on his chest, he said, “Right now, Suwon is not doing well in the K-League, so I feel really bad. I thought that if I could get first place here, I would be able to keep Suwon’s spirit alive and work harder to raise the atmosphere.” “I did,” he said, expressing his hope that Suwon would rebound.

Afterwards, even when taking pictures, he made the letter ‘ㄴ’ with his right hand and ‘ㅅ’ with his left hand. Suwon’s top prospect this season, Kim Joo-chan’s ceremony, was in the shape of his hand saying ‘My love, my Suwon’. It was proof that blue blood was already flowing through the body of Lee Se-bin, who had lived in Daejeon for 20 years.

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