FC Seoul striker Na Sang-ho (27) took national team captain Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham Hotspur) as his role model.
Seoul won 3-0 in the 10th round of the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ against Suwon FC held at Suwon Sports Complex on the 29th.
Seoul took the lead in the 21st minute메이저사이트 with Han Chan-hee’s first goal, but in the second half Na Sang-ho scored multiple goals and seized the victory.
Na Sang-ho scored an extra goal in the 4th minute of the second half when he directly handled the penalty kick he had earned. Suwon goalkeeper Roh Dong-gun read the shooting direction, but Na Sang-ho’s kick was so sharp and fast that he couldn’t block it.
Na Sang-ho was not satisfied with just one goal. In the 27th minute of the second half, he entered the penalty box and scored multiple goals with a left-footed shot. wedged into the game.
It was a more pleasant day for Ah Sang-ho because the Korean national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann visited the stadium in person.
After the game, Na Sang-ho attended a press conference and expressed his impressions of the game, saying, “I am grateful to my teammates who did their best not to fall into a losing streak, and it will be a happy day.”
Na Sang-ho, who scored two goals in front of coach Klinsman that day, turned the ball to his teammates, saying, “The reason I was able to score multiple goals after leaving coach (Klinsman) came was because my teammates helped me by asking me to score goals.”
Na Sang-ho, who only scored 8 league goals last season, scored his 7th goal in the league even though he has only played 10 rounds this season, leading the K-League 1 scoring alone.
Na Sang-ho picked the World Cup as the secret to his improvement from last season. Na Sang-ho has been on the World Cup stage for the first time in his life when he was on the final list for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Na Sang-ho, who brought back memories of the World Cup, said, “It’s been a lot of experience, and when I look at overseas soccer players, I think their boldness is threatening, so I try to do the same.”
Na Sang-ho, who is a reference player for growth, said, “I watched videos mainly of players like Hvica Kvaratsuhelia (SSC Napoli), (Son) Heung-min hyung, and Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton), so I tried to challenge their dribbling during practice. do,” he said.
He also added, “I am trying to use my left foot a lot because it is easy to predict when I use my right foot and I have to be able to shoot from various positions.”
Na Sang-ho, who wants to learn from the national team captain Son Heung-min, a world-class ambidextrous dribbler, performed his best this season and put Seoul in second place in the league.
Seoul, which was the first to play the 10th round of the league, is currently in second place with 19 points (6 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses), and is in fierce pursuit of the defending champion and league leader Ulsan Hyundai.
Regarding the goal for this season, Na Sang-ho said, “I aim for double-digit attack points every season, but at the current pace, (goal) cannot be measured, so I will raise as many attack points as possible.”