Gang-in Lee of Mallorca, Spain and Jae-seong Lee of Mainz, Germany recorded assists side by side to lead the team to victory.
Correspondent Lee Seong-hoon.
Kang-in Lee took the lead in Mallorca’s attack throughout the match, showing off his presence.
A sharp right-footed shot was blocked by the goalkeeper in the 34th minute of the first half, and a minute later, he lost his balance and hit a left-footed long-range shot that slightly missed the post.
In the 35th minute of the second half, when they lost 1-0 to Atlético Madrid, Lee Kang-in’s left foot changed the flow.
A free kick from the left was delivered on a perfect trajectory to Rousseau’s head, leading to the equalizer.
Kang-in Lee, who was substituted 40 minutes in the second half after providing his second assist of the season, was the first to run and rejoice when Japanese striker Gubo scored a dramatic comeback goal in extra time in the second half.
Mallorca, who took a strong team in the away team and won in two months, jumped to 12th place in the league, and Kang-in Lee, the main character of the victory, took a commemorative photo with canter in the sauna after the game and posted it on social media, enjoying the joy.
Jae-Sung Lee of Mainz, Germany, also led the team to victory with a brilliant performance against Wolfsburg.
In the first two minutes, he overcame the opposing defense with an exquisite turning motion, and then served as the starting point for Burkart’s opening goal with a sensational pass.
Two minutes later, after receiving a corner kick, it was transferred to the vacant Stach, who shook the net with a powerful non-stop shot.
Mainz won 3-0 thanks to Lee Jae-seong’s second assist in the season, and took the win in 4 games and jumped to 7th place in the league.
(Video editing: Woo-Jeong Woo)
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