Jung Sung-ryong’s ironclad defense overshadowed by Kim Min-jae’s Munich debut

Kim Min-jae’s Bayern Munich debut, which was actually a “Korean Derby”. Another Korean player made a big impact on the day.

Kawasaki Frontale goalkeeper Jung Sung-ryong started the preseason match against Munich at the Tokyo National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, on Sept. 29 and kept a clean sheet in the first 45 minutes.

Jung set the tone for the match by stopping an early 먹튀검증 Munich attack. In the 11th minute, Mathis Tell headed in a cross from Kim Min-jae’s intercepted pass, but Sung-ryong made the save to keep the score at 0-0.

Munich continued to threaten with penetrating passes, but Jeong Sung-ryong made the right call to prevent a goal. Instead of simply stopping the Munich attack in front of the goal, he actively defended forward and didn’t even give them a chance to shoot.

Despite Munich’s offense, Kawasaki’s goal remained untouched by Jung Sung-ryong. Despite a whopping 11 shots on goal, not a single one was on target. The only shot on target was saved by Jung Sung-ryong.

According to “Sofa Score,” Jung Sung-ryong was recognized as the only player in Kawasaki with a 7.0 rating, along with Kento Tachibana (7.4).

Kawasaki substituted Jung Sung-ryong and Naoto Kamifukumoto after halftime. He conceded a goal to Josip Stanisic in the 57th minute of the second half to lose 0-1.

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