Kim Eun-Jung-Ho, who appeared in this tournament, is the ‘Captain’ Lee Seung-Won (Gangwon FC).
Lee Seung-won made a big success by scoring 7 points with 3 goals and 4 assists at the FIFA U-20 World Cup, and was awarded the Bronze Ball, which is equivalent to the 3rd place MVP of the tournament.
The Bronze Ball is an individual award given to the player who performed the third best among all participating countries in the tournament, following the Golden Ball, the MVP of the tournament, and the Silver Ball, the second place. The Golden Ball went to Italy’s Cesare Casadei, and the Silver Ball went to Uruguay’s Alan Maturo.
Lee Seung-won became the captain of the team and contributed to Kim Eun-joong’s 4th place finish. He recorded four assists from sharp free kicks and corner kicks, kicked two penalties and kicked one field goal. He scored the most offensive points on the team.토토사이트
This is more than Lee Kang-in (2 goals, 4 assists), who won the Golden Ball by leading the team to runner-up in Poland four years ago. Based on his excellent kicking ability, he showed his power in set-piece situations. He was a player who energized the midfield with diligent and sincere movements and clever play.
Before the tournament, Lee Seung-won was unknown. He was a ‘know-it-all’ player among those concerned. Lee Seung-won established himself as the core of the team through the Asian Cup last March. In the semi-finals where Lee Seung-won missed, Kim Eun-joong’s performance dropped significantly. To that extent, he was an important player to the team, but was only unknown among those unfamiliar with the U-20 national team.
Even Lee Seung-won has not yet made his professional debut in Gangwon, his team. Gangwon is currently in 11th place in the league and is on the verge of relegation. Lee Seung-won can be a new weapon for Gangwon’s rebound. Gangwon coach Choi Yong-su also observed Lee Seung-won’s performance positively.
Coach Choi said, “We didn’t have a lot of time to train together, but he saw the player’s strengths. He seems to be Gangwon’s new offense. He has great football sense and creativity in danger zones. It is possible to make a pass that the opponent cannot predict. Since his activity is 12km, it will be okay if his partner supports him,” he said, revealing his intention to use Lee Seung-won as the core force of his team when he returns.
If he returns to his team and gets some rest, Lee Seung-won is likely to get a chance to make his K-League 1 debut. Since he has the skills to help with the under-22 card, it is likely that we will see Lee Seung-won in his professional stage after his A-match break.