] French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain’s (PSG) ‘shot-stopper’ Lee Kang-in (22) hit the post with a fantastic individual effort. After coming on as a substitute, he didn’t get much playing time, but he took advantage of a crucial opportunity to continue his rise. He followed up his UEFA Champions League debut, first Ligue 1 assist, and Ligue 1 debut with a goal that found the back of the net in the Champions League.
Lee was left out of the starting lineup for PSG’s UEFA Champions League Group F match against AC Milan at the San Siro in Milan, Italy, on Aug. 8 (ET). He went down in the 15th minute with PSG trailing 1-2. Vitinha came on in his place.
He was light on his feet, pressing hard forward and sending in sharp crosses, and he had the decisive chance in the 43rd minute: He won the ball on the left flank, cut it back, moved into the middle, received a pass and fired home. He trapped Achraf Hakimi’s forward pass with an exquisite trapping move and then beat the defending Olivier Giroud with a brilliant body-painting dribble. He then unleashed a low left-footed shot that struck the right post.레모나토토 도메인
Unfortunately, the goal was not enough to prevent PSG from falling to a 1-2 defeat. However, it was a solid performance and one that helped PSG stay in the game. He worked hard left, center, right, back, and front. Her dribbling, crossing, forward passing, and shooting were all solid.
After winning the gold medal at the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, the team continued its ascent to the top. On October 26, he scored his UEFA Champions League debut goal at home against AC Milan, followed by his first Ligue 1 assist away at Brest on October 29. He then scored his Ligue 1 debut at home to Montpellier on October 4, and found the back of the net away to AC Milan on the same day.
PSG were stymied by AC Milan as Lee hit the post. It ended their five-game winning streak and dropped them to second place in Group F of the UEFA Champions League. With two wins, two losses, and six points, they slipped one place from the top. AC Milan jumped from fourth to third place with one win, two draws, one loss, and five points. In the other Group F match on the same day, Borussia Dortmund defeated Newcastle United 2-0. Dortmund jumped to the top of the table with two wins, one draw, and seven points, while Newcastle dropped to last place with one win, one draw, and four points.