Lee Kang-in, who heard the fans shout, “I love it so much… I will show you a better image!”
Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca) is one of the hottest players at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium. Fans gathered in Ulsan chanted “Lee Kang-in” and cheered him on.
The Korean national soccer team, led by head coach Klinsman, drew 2-2 in a friendly match against Colombia at Munsu Soccer Stadium in Ulsan at 8:00 pm on the 24th. Korea took the lead with Son Heung-min scoring multiple goals in the first half, but had to be content with a draw by conceding two goals early in the second half.
Lee Kang-in, who faced the reporters after the game, said, “I played a very good game, but it is a disappointing result. We were winning 2-0, but it’s a pity that we didn’t win the game because we conceded. I will try to improve a little more and win many games.” 메이저사이트
On this day, Lee Kang-in started from the bench. Fans cheered whenever Lee Kang-in’s name came out. Fans went wild even when Lee Kang-in stood on the touchline before being replaced by Jung Woo-young (Freiburg) in the 15th minute of the second half. Even when there was a free kick chance at the end of the second half, the fans enthusiastically shouted “Lee Kang-in.”
Lee Kang-in said, “(The support of the fans) is so good. Thank you for your support and interest, so I always try to show you a good image. I will work harder in the future to show a better image to many fans.”
Coach Klinsman, ahead of the Colombia match, said of Lee Kang-in, “(Lee Kang-in) is a player who plays soccer at a very high level. It is an honor to coach such a young player,” he said.
Lee Kang-in, who heard coach Klinsman’s words, said, “It’s so nice to be able to play. As a player, of course, the more games you play, the better. When given a chance, I do my best and always try to be helpful to the team. If we are given time to play in the future, we have to show a better image.”
Coach Klinsman, who took the Korean baton, shouted ‘attack soccer’. Lee Kang-in said, “I was called up (to the national team) last. There were only a few days when I could exercise. He hinted, “I want aggressive football, a football that presses hard from the front.”