Two-goal, one-assist performance at full-time
In the second half, for about 20 minutes, Lee Kang-in and his breathing
Neymar (Brazil), the “superstar” of Lee Kang-in’s new club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG France), cooled off Korean soccer fans in Busan with a spectacular one-man show.
PSG won the third leg of the Coupang Play Series against K League 1 powerhouse Jeonbuk Hyundai on Wednesday at the Busan Asiad Stadium 3-0, led by Neymar, who scored two goals and provided one assist.
It was PSG’s first win on the Asian tour after a 1-1 draw and two losses in Japan.
Neymar, who hadn’t played in a preseason match so far, made a surprise start for PSG, with Lee Kang-in starting on the bench.
Neymar, who underwent surgery on an ankle injury in March, missed PSG’s last four preseason games as he focused on his recovery.
In particular, he missed all three matches in Osaka and Tokyo, Japan, before traveling to Busan, much to the chagrin of Japanese fans.
However, once on South Korean soil, Neymar immediately started against Jeonbuk and showed off his individual skills.
Neymar shook up the Jeonbuk defense with his speed and individuality from the start, and then broke the deadlock with a goal in the 40th minute.
Neymar was denied a dribbling breakaway, but he regained possession and scored with a right-footed shot after a brilliant technique to get past Jeonbuk’s Han Kyowon. It was a bit lucky as it was deflected by the defense, but the timing of the shot with several Jeonbuk defenders in front of him was ‘world class’.
As the second half wore on, Neymar became lighter and lighter, constantly rattling the Jeonbuk flank and creating a number of threatening chances.
It’s hard to believe that he didn’t play a single game on the Japan tour due to injury.
In the end, he was responsible for the second goal. In the 38th minute of the second half, he used his speed to break the Jeonbuk offside line and dive in to make it 2-0 with a precise right-footed shot.
In the 43rd minute, he set up Marco Asensio with a brilliant backheel pass.
Despite being fresh off an injury and not at full strength, Neymar played with a serious look on his face. His start was also a surprise, as he was all over the pitch until the end, dazzling the Korean fans.
Neymar also drew attention midway through the second half when he teamed up with substitute Lee Kang-in for the first time.
Neymar, who was in Korea last year with the Brazilian national team, also won the hearts of Korean fans with his fan service.
At an open training session on the eve of the game, he grabbed Lee Kang-in’s wrist and invited him to wave to the fans.
On game day, he scored two goals and provided a fantastic assist to complete the one-man show.
It was another unforgettable moment for Neymar, 카지노사이트 who has become an even bigger fan favorite in Korea thanks to his close relationship with Lee.