I’m not a member of Man City and Brighton for nothing… Lee Geum-min proves his potential with ‘Three Rooms’
The reason why Lee Geum-min (29, Brighton & Hove Albion) is playing in the England Women’s Super League (WSL) was revealed on the ground. His potential was proven with his right-footed kick, ‘Three Bangs’.
Lee Geum-min scored a hat-trick in the warm-up game against Zambia held at Yongin Mir Stadium at 7:00 pm on the 11th, leading the women’s national soccer team to a 5-0 victory. Lee Geum-min shone in the national team without core members Ji So-yeon and Lee Min-ah.
Lee Geum-min, who started as an attacking midfielder in a 3-5-2 formation, boasted a vigorous amount of activity and tried to dominate the midfield. He also faithfully played the role of an airborne link. In particular, three elaborate kicks stood out.
Korea, which took possession of the ball for a long time in the first half and led the game, aimed to score quickly by sending a long pass to Zambia’s wide back space. However, the decisive opportunity was not seized. In the 33rd minute of the first half, Lee Geum-min’s penalty kick cut the flow that could have been somewhat frustrating. Geum-Min Lee took the penalty kick awarded by Seul-Ki Jang with an accurate and bold right-footed kick. 토스카지노
His chemistry with tall striker Park Eun-seon, who stood at the forefront, was also outstanding. In the 8th minute of the second half with Korea leading 2-0, Park Eun-seon dropped an aerial ball to her head and split the net with a right-footed shot from the right side of the penalty box. I also scored high. The move to find the ball in advance and enter was effective. Also, in a situation where he loses his center of gravity, shooting to the other side of the goal was a part where you could see his class.
In the 32nd minute, Lee Geum-min took the penalty kick again. This time, he kicked cleanly to the right, the opposite direction to his first goal.
This is Lee Geum-min, who finished the two matches against Zambia in a good mood. Lee Geum-min also scored multiple goals in the first leg against Zambia on the 7th. It was his birthday at the time, and he led Korea to a 5-2 victory by firing a congratulatory cannon. He proved to be the ‘ace’ of Bell Ho by playing a big role in the second match as well.
Lee Geum-min, who made his A-match debut in 2013, consistently wore the Taegeuk mark. In July 2019, he started his European challenge by joining Manchester City, and has been active in Brighton since the following year.