It was confirmed that the distance of the ultra-long goal scored by former national team captain Ki Sung-yong (34, FC Seoul) in a weekend K-League game was over 60m.
According to ‘BePro Eleven’, the official additional data producer of the K League on the 30th, Ki Sung-yueng gave up the first goal to Lopez in the first half in the 35th round of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ against Suwon FC held at Suwon Stadium on the 29th to make it 0-1. In the 11th minute of the second half, when the team was being dragged, they scored an equalizer with an ultra-long shot from 63.4 meters away from the opponent’s goal.
Ki Sung-yong delivered a uniquely accurate long-distance pass to Na Sang-ho, who was running towards the space behind the opponent’s defense from below the halfway line. The ball that Ki Sung-yong struck with his right foot was quickly ‘delivered’ to the opponent’s penalty box. The ball passed over the head of Na Sang-ho, who attempted a header, and bounced towards the goal. Suwon FC goalkeeper Dong-gun Noh, who had left the goal in preparation for Na Sang-ho’s shot, hurriedly changed direction, but it was too late.
In this way, a famous scene that would last a long time in Ki Sung-yong’s career was born. Ki Sung-yueng’s scoring distance is farther than Harry Kane (Bayern Munich)’s scoring distance in the Bundesliga game over the weekend. ‘Kim Min-jae’s teammate’ Kane scored an ultra-long goal from about 60 meters in the home game against Darmstadt.온라인카지노
In an interview with domestic reporters after the game, Ki Sung-yong said, “(I) tried to pass the ball,” and added, “A goal is a goal, so I’m grateful. I always feel good when I score a goal.” Ki Sung-yueng scored two goals against Suwon FC this season, following his score against Suwon FC last month. Seoul scored goals from Willian Bjorn-Johnson and Kim Kyung-min in the second half to beat Suwon FC, where Lopez Lee Seung-woo played hard, 4-3, and won two games in a row.