“Golden Boy” Lee Kang-in, I Promise to Play Better

Lee Kang-in “Sorry for not Being Able to Repay you with Good Results… I Promise to Play Better

“We wanted to repay the constant expectations and support of soccer fans with good results in this Asian Cup, but we are sorry for not being able to do so.”

‘Golden Boy’ Lee Kang-in (23, PSG) sent an apology message to fans.

Lee Kang-in said on his Instagram on the 10th, “I worked hard with the players, coaching staff, and support staff for a month with the goal of the Asian Cup, but I personally feel a lot of disappointment because I was unable to achieve the desired results.” 온라인카지노

He added, “I wanted to repay the constant expectations and support of soccer fans who always support our national team with good results in this Asian Cup, but I am sorry that I could not do so.”

Lee Kang-in said, “I think many fans will be disappointed, but if you believe in and support our national team as you have done so far, we will all work as one team to show better play on the pitch and further build a competitive team on the world stage.

“I will do my best to make it happen,” he emphasized.

He also added, “I will work hard to become a player who is dedicated to my team and the national team and goes one step further for the team’s victory.”

Korean soccer, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, was eliminated after reaching the semifinals of this Asian Cup.

The last time Korean soccer won the Asian Cup was in the second edition held in 1960.

In this Asian Cup, Lee Kang-in solidified his presence as the national team’s ace by scoring three goals, the most among the Korean national team, along with Son Heung-min (Tottenham).

Lee Kang-in, who returned to his team Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), is expected to rest until next week before returning to the game.

PSG coach Luis Enrique said at a press conference held on the 9th (local time) ahead of the match against Lille in the 21st round of the French Ligue 1, “Lee Kang-in has received leave according to the coach’s instructions after completing a long journey of intensive competition.”

After the Asian Cup ended, Korean national team players are sending apology messages on social media.

Son Heung-min said, “I wasn’t good enough as a captain.

I think I wasn’t able to lead the team well,” and added, “I was very proud to be a Korean soccer player because you gave me so much love and support even in this situation.

I am grateful and sorry.”

Kim Min-jae also said, “We didn’t get the results everyone wanted.

I’m sorry for not being able to show a good performance as much as the fans supported us”

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