Local media have given Lee Kang-inne’s performance against Borussia Dortmund a cold shoulder.
Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) drew 1-1 with Borussia Dortmund in the sixth round of the 2023-2024 UEFA Champions League (UCL) Group F at the Zignale Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany on Thursday (July 14). Karim Adeyemi opened the scoring six minutes into the second half before Warren Zairemery equalized five minutes later. With one point apiece, Dortmund and PSG advance to the knockout stages side by side.랭크카지노
Lee Kang-in started the match again. He was only rested against AS Monaco in the league, his first game since the A-match period in November, and has started four games in a row since then. He had also played the full game in the previous two matches against Dortmund. With the recent injury setbacks in the midfield, Lee’s minutes have been long.
Starting in the left center midfield, Lee looked a little flat compared to his previous games. In the 16th minute, he had a golden opportunity from a cut-back pass from Randal Colomuani, but his shot was blocked by his right foot instead of his left.
In the 23rd minute of the second half, the PSG bench utilized its first substitution and brought on Lee Kang-In, who played 68 minutes on the day and recorded three shots on goal. One was on target. His dribbling was successful in one of five attempts, and there were no key passes that led to a teammate’s shot. His rating, calculated by soccer statistics company Fúscore.com based on his performances, was 6.1, the second lowest among starters behind Ashraf Hakimi (5.6).
French media outlet L’Equipe was also critical. L’Equipe gave Lee a rating of 4 for his lackluster performance. It was the same score as Marquinho and Hakimi, and the lowest after Randal Colomuani (3). “Didn’t make any concrete moves when he had the ball. I still don’t have enough communication with my teammates. In pressure games, his accuracy in the attacking area is poor,” said the analyst.