‘Golden Boy’ Lee Kang-in (Mallorca) scored his first multi-goal in his professional debut. Lee Kang-in is the first Korean player to score multiple goals in Spain. Mallorca also had a pleasant two-game winning streak.
On the 24th (Korean time), Mallorca won a 3-1 come-from-behind victory with Lee Kang-in’s multi-goal in the 2022-2023 season Spanish Primera Liga round 30 home game against Getafe held in Sonmoix, Mallorca, Mallorca, Spain. Mallorca, which succeeded in two consecutive victories, has been undefeated in the last four games (2 wins, 2 draws). Having reached 40 points (11 wins, 7 draws, 12 losses), Mallorca raised its ranking to 10th. The retention of Mallorca is also virtually certain. Within La Liga, 40 points is considered the remaining stability. The Spanish media also said, ‘Lee Kang-in led Mallorca’s stay’.
On this day, Lee Kang-in, who started as a left midfielder, performed another one-man show. On this day, Lee Kang-in not only showed amazing accuracy by scoring multiple goals with two effective shots, but also created 2 chances, 2 successful dribbles, and 7 passes in the attack area. Following the previous match against Celta Vigo, he was selected as the best player in the match recognized by La Liga for two consecutive matches. WhoScored.com gave it a rating of 8.6, while Foot Mob gave it a rating of 9.1. All of them were the best on the team. 스포츠토토
Spanish media Marca received Lee Kang-in’s only three stars across both teams. It means perfect score. Marka said, ‘Lee Kang-in was a great protagonist. He coordinated all of Mallorca’s attacks and was the bane of opposing defenders. He has proven himself to be one of the best players,’ he said. In addition, regarding the wedge goal scene, ‘Lee Kang-in ran more than 70m and penetrated in front of the goal and completed a wonderful night’ and ‘he played in Mallorca and scored his first multi-goal, but it could be the last. Lee Kang-in predicted the possibility of a transfer, saying, “I am ready to do much better than fighting for retention.”
On this day, Mallorca came out with a 5-3-2 formation. Muriki and Ndiaye were two tops, and Lee Kang-in, De Galareta, and Morlanes worked together as midfielders. The five-back was made by Mateo, Hajikadunić, Lailo, Valyent, and Sanchez, and the goalkeeper’s glove was worn by Rykovic. Getafe also faced off with a 5-3-2.