Lee Kang-in, ’17th Turnover’ and ‘Jordan Salah’ were completely defeated in the League 1 match…It was quiet until the end

The South Korean national soccer team, led by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, drew 2-2 against Jordan in the second Group E match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup at Altumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, at 8:30 p.m. on the 20th (Korea Standard Time). 토토사이트 순위

As a result, Korea ranked second in the group with four points (1 win, 1 draw, and loss +2). Jordan, like Korea, remained atop with four points (loss +4). It was regrettable that Lee Kang-in performed poorly. Like the match against Bahrain, he started as a right winger, but failed to show his presence. It was 180° different from the last game when he scored multiple goals.

Lee Kang-in’s left foot did not shine on this day. Most of the crosses were caught by Jordanian defense, and the unique flashy body painting did not work. It was difficult to find a clear dribble breakthrough. Jordan seemed to have properly analyzed Lee Kang-in.

His occasional opportunity was useless. Lee had three shots, but all of them headed straight for the goalkeeper or missed the post. He caught the ball in the box at the 34th minute of the second half, but fell while dribbling and lamented.

Klinsmann did not exclude Lee Kang-in until the end, but there was no reversal. Lee only recorded 17 turnovers, 38% (3/8) success rate of dribbling, and 25% (1/4) success rate of crossing. He often blamed himself after losing the ball as if he was frustrated. Of course, we shouldn’t expect too much from a player born in 2001, but it was a pity because he was Lee Kang-in.

Altamari completely beat Lee Ki-je in the extra time of the first half and ran through the back space. And he took a one-on-one opportunity by peeling off Lee Ki-je with his foot technique. If Kim Min-jae did not run fast and prevent it with a physical fight, it was a chance to score as it was.

Altamari also contributed to Jordan’s come-from-behind goal. Right before the end of the first half, he had three defenders on his right side and fired a shot. The first shot was hung against the wall of the defense, but Al-Naimat kicked the ball out of the net, turning the game around.

In fact, Altamari was a key player even before the match, as he scored multiple goals in the match against Malaysia. Ahead of the first match of the French League, he said, “Altamari of Jordan vs. Lee Kang-in of Korea,” drawing attention to the showdown. Unfortunately for Korea, the fight for the two players’ pride ended with Lee Kang-in’s loss by decision.

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