PSG had a 0-0 draw with Lorien in the opening match of the 2023-2024 League 1 held in Paris de France on the 13th. 스포츠토토 On this day, Lee Kang-in showed off his presence without regret, even though it was only a draw in his first official debut match in League 1.
In particular, Lee Kang-in played a significant role in the newly reorganized team. It is becoming a key player of PSG, which is suddenly changing. Recently, PSG is undergoing a big change. Lionel Messi, the team’s star and tactical core, moved to Inter Miami USA.
Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, who are constantly rumored to be transferred, were also excluded from the opening list. The position was filled by six transfer students, including Lee Kang-in.
The opening game was the first of a new starting team, where Lee Kang-in performed a key mission. Lee Kang-in was deployed as a right-side striker, but he worked hard to link the attack by constantly moving to the center throughout the game.
With Lee Kang-in at the center, Vitina, Gonzalo Hamus, and Marco Asensio also focused on systematic team attacks by exchanging short and sophisticated passes. It was a good suit for Lee Kang-in, who is good at switching, de-pressuring, and kill passes. m Lee Kang-in led the team’s attack by recording three shots, one key pass, and 88.1% pass share.
He also made 85 ball touches, recording the most ball touches among PSG strikers in the game, including Marco Asensio 58 times, Gonzalo Hamus 41 times, Carlos Soler 28 times, and Hugo Ekitique 12 times.
The kicker dedicated to set pieces was also up to Lee Kang-in. Lee Kang-in was in charge of eight corner kicks before being replaced in the 37th minute of the second half at PSG, a big club with many leading kickers. Even in the indirect free-kick situation, Lee Kang-in took the lead in trying to play promised.
League 1 selected Lee Kang-in as The Player through its official website after the game. The passion that Lee Kang-in and Asensio brought to PSG deserves praise, League 1 said, They may be on the winning side on other days.
As Messi left, there was his vacancy at PSG, but Lee Kang-in enjoyed playing in the space where Messi played, he said positively, adding, PSG will be the first Korean to be satisfied with his performance representing the club.
Meanwhile, Mbappe, who was excluded from the list on the day, drew attention as broadcast cameras showed him sitting side by side with Usman Dembele, who moved from FC Barcelona this time, laughing and talking happily.
Dembele, who played for Dortmund in the German Bundesliga, signed a five-year contract for a large transfer fee of more than 100 million euros 145.8 billion won in 2017 and wore a Barcelona uniform.
In Barcelona, Dembele scored 40 goals and 43 assists in 185 official matches. He also won three Spanish Primera Liga titles and two Cup titles.