Lee Kang-in only uses his left foot? A devastating right-footed goal

Left-footed specialist Lee Kang-in scored his first right-footed goal in an A-match.

Interim head coach Kim Do-hoon’s men’s national soccer team cruised to a 7-0 victory over Singapore on Saturday (June 6) at the Singapore National Stadium in the fifth match of Group C of the Asia Second Qualifying Round for the 2026 FIFA World Cup North America (Canada, USA, Mexico).

Lee Kang-in opened the scoring eight minutes into the match to give the South Koreans the lead. Son Heung-min picked up the ball on the left flank and drove into the box, but his shot was blocked by the goalkeeper, and the rebound was collected by Lee Min-gyu and played to Lee Kang-in.

With one defender in front of him, Lee executed a perfect step-over, a.k.a. fake step, before unleashing a powerful right-footed shot. It was so powerful that the goalkeeper couldn’t even react, and the ball rattled the net.

It was Lee’s eighth A-Match goal and his first goal with his right foot for the national team.

Lee had scored eight goals in 28 A-League games before the Singapore match. First called up to the national team under former coach Paulo Bento in 2019, Lee struggled to find his feet under Bento.

However, he flourished at Mallorca and was included in the final roster for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After setting up Cho Kyu-sung’s goal with a stunning left-footed cross against Ghana in the second round of the group stage, Lee became a mainstay in the national team.

He scored his first A-match goal under Jürgen Klinsmann. He scored his first goal in the 10th minute of the second half of an exhibition match against African giants Tunisia last October with a brilliantly-traced free kick. Lee’s precise left-footed kick was a highlight. In the 12th minute of the second half, he scored his second goal of the A-Match and his first multi-goal game with a left-footed shot from inside the box.

After scoring his third A-Match goal with a left-footed shot from inside the box against Vietnam, Lee scored his fourth goal with a powerful 토토 left-footed mid-range shot in the second World Cup qualifying match at home against Singapore in November.

Lee Kang-in’s left foot was on fire at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup earlier this year. In the first group game against Bahrain, he scored with a left-footed curling kick reminiscent of Lionel Messi, before calmly body-painting in front of one defender and sliding the ball home with his left foot for the fifth and sixth goals of the A-match.

He then scored his seventh goal in the third group game against Malaysia from a left-footed free kick. The ball hit the goalkeeper and was initially credited as an 메이저사이트 own goal, but was later overturned as a goal by Lee Kang-in.

Lee, who had scored all of his goals with his left foot, scored his first right-footed goal against Singapore.

Lee scored again in the ninth minute of the second half with a left-footed shot from inside the box for his ninth goal of the A-Match before being substituted by Uhm Won-sang to end the match.

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