Lee Kang-In, is named in the Best 11 of Round 31

Paris Saint-Germain’s (PSG) Lee Kang-In (23) was recognized for his performance.

Ligue 1 announced its Best 11 for the 31st round of the league on Monday. Lee earned a spot at left midfield in a 4-3-3 formation.

Bradley Barcola-Gonzalo Hamus-Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang formed the front line, with Lee-Kang-In, Papa Gueye-Mahdi Kamara in the middle. Ismayli, Dante, Lilien Brassier, and Ashraf Hammiki in the back four, with Pau Lopes in goal.

PSG drew 3-3 with Le Havre in the 31st round on Aug. 28 to remain at the top of Ligue 1 with 70 points. Lee assisted on the team’s third goal. Without his help, PSG would not have gotten a single point.

The next day, the gap widened to 12 points as second-placed AS Monaco (58 points) lost at Olympique Lyonnais, giving PSG their 12th title and third consecutive league victory.

Against Le Havre, 카지노사이트 Lee came on for Marco Asensio at the start of the second half. Luis Enrique pulled the trigger with his team trailing 1-2.

Enrique’s choice paid off,

As Lee energized the PSG offense with his aggressive dribbling and forward passing, and he provided the assist that saved the team from defeat.

Here’s how the assist happened. In the fifth minute of second-half stoppage time, with defeat looming, Lee dribbled down the right side of the field, shook off a defender, and sent in a delivery cross. Hamus headed it home for a theatrical equalizer to make it 3-3. It was Lee’s golden left foot that saved the day. The official Ligue 1 account also posted a video of the goal, calling it “the goal that won the title.

Since joining PSG just before the start of the season, Lee has already won two trophies, winning the Ligue 1 title in January after lifting the French Trophée des Champions (French Super Cup).

In January, Lee scored the game-winning goal in the Trophée des Champions final against Toulouse to seal a 2-0 victory for PSG. He was named man of the match. PSG’s ‘winning streak’ began at his feet. He also had a hand in their early Ligue 1 victory, thanks to his 31st round assist.

Until now, Lee had only experienced ‘winning cup competitions’.

In the past, he had won the Copa del Rey (Spanish King’s Cup) in the 2018-2019 season with La Liga Valencia and tasted the top of the Trophée des Champions this season. He hadn’t won a league title before, but in his first season at PSG, he finished at the top of Ligue 1.

After PSG clinched the title, Lee posted the club’s “victory video” on his social media accounts, complete with a “trophy” emoji. It was an expression of joy.

Lee became the 13th Korean to win the Ligue 1 title in France, joining Seo Jung-won (Strasbourg), Lee Sang-yoon (Lorient), Steady Hwan, Kang Jin-wook, Eo Kyung-joon (Metz), Park Joo-young (Monaco), Nam Tae-hee (Valenciennes), Jung Jo-kook (Auxerre), Kwon Chang-hoon (Dijon), Suk Hyun-joon (Troyes), Hwang Eui-jo (Bordeaux), 메이저사이트 and Yoon Il-rok (Montpellier) as the first Korean to win the title in his first season with PSG.

Lee also became the fourth Korean player to win a title in each of Europe’s five “big leagues” (England, Germany, Spain, Italy, and France) at the age of 23.

The previous players to have won Europe’s top five leagues are former Manchester United technical director Park Ji-sung, Jeon Woo-young (Stuttgart), and Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich).

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