League 1 a Passing Point for Lee Kang-In’s Performance

League 1 is also a passing point for Lee Kang-in’s performance… “Great digestion of Messi’s spot”

Lee Kang-in

“Lee Kang-in played the position occupied by a great Argentine player.”

The PSG Lee Kang-in received a passing grade in his debut match with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG),

a French professional soccer team.


PSG drew 0-0 in the Ligue 1 opening match of the 2023-2024 season against Lorient held at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France on the 13th (Korean time).

Lee Kang-in, the ‘next-generation ace’ of Korean soccer, started as a right striker and played 82 minutes.

PSG’s attack was blocked by the opponent’s extreme defense. 바카라사이트

Lee Kang-in did not raise the ‘debut attack point’, but he played the role of directing PSG’s attack well.

It moved widely from the side to the center and opened a stream of attacks.

This is the role that Lionel Messi (Inter Miami), ‘the best soccer player of this era’, played at PSG until last season.

Looking at the game on this day, it was safe to see Lee Kang-in as the ‘successor of Messi’.

League 1

The League 1 Secretariat also paid attention to this point.

League 1 selects ‘The Player’, which is equivalent to the ‘MVP’ in the match report released through the homepage of each game, and this title was given to Lee Kang-in on this day.

The Ligue 1 said, “Lee Kang-in and Marco Asensio (left striker) deserve praise for bringing vitality to PSG’s attack. On another day, they might have won.”

“The void left by Messi still seemed large, but Lee Kang-in brilliantly filled the position occupied by the great Argentine player. The

club may be disappointed with the game result, but Lee Kang-in will be satisfied with his performance as the first Korean PSG player.” praised.

An Lee Kang-in’s outstanding performance is also revealed in numbers.

Foot Mob

According to football record site Foot Mob, Lee Kang-in recorded the most ball touches (85) among the PSG attackers that day.

He took charge of free kicks and corner kicks, and led the team’s attack regardless of dead ball or open play situations.

The dribble tried 4 times and succeeded 3 times, and showed a long pass success rate of 57%.

It was only a bit disappointing that the cross success rate was only 17%.

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