Why is Lee Kang-in, who was hit twice, leaving…The victim was sent off

The Klinsman team won 1-0 with Lee Jae-sung’s winning goal despite Lee Kang-in’s exit at the end of the second half in a warm-up match against Iraq at New York University Stadium in Abu Dhabi, UAE, at 10 p.m. on the 6th (Korea time). 파워볼실시간

In the 40th minute of the first half, Seol Young-woo on the right caught the ball flowing in the Iraq box and gave it to Lee Jae-sung with a right-footed cut-back pass, and Lee Jae-sung, who caught the ball just outside the box, shook the net with a strong left-footed mid-range shot, and South Korea won with the winning goal.

In the 39th minute of the second half, something in question happened. There was a contention on the right sideline, and with Lee Kang-in catching the ball first, the position became bad while trying to tilt the defense, and Lee Kang-in tried to take the ball back. At this time, there was a collision in which each other’s feet collided, and the Iraqi player, who stepped on his feet, pushed Lee Kang-in’s face hard in anger. Lee Kang-in, who was beaten, naturally resisted, and when he pushed Lee Kang-in’s face hard again, Lee Kang-in had no choice but to hit together.

The referee thus stopped Lee and strongly warned the Iraqi player. However, the referee gave both players a yellow card. Lee Kang-in was hit twice but gave the same yellow card. The problem is that Lee already had a yellow card and had to be sent off due to accumulated warnings.

The victim and the perpetrator, who were beaten twice, were given the same warning. The referee, who had already made a strange decision as Son Heung-min did not declare a penalty without VAR, dumped cold water on the Korean national team ahead of the Asian Cup.

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