Lee Kang-in, ‘Korean player A match red card’ in 7 years and 3 months… 45th in total

One of the “Oketi” that came out of the A-match warm-up match against Iraq, which ended in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the 6th, is Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), who left due to accumulated warnings.랭크카지노도메인

Lee Kang-in collided with Ahmed Yahia in the 40th minute of the second half with a 1-0 lead. Yahia hit Lee Kang-in in the face, and he responded. The referee warned side by side, and Lee Kang-in, who had one warning earlier, had to leave the ground.

According to the Korea Football Association (KFA), it is the first time in seven years and three months that a Korean player has exited from an A-match since Hong Jeong-ho, a defender who accumulated warnings in the match against Qatar in the final Asian qualifying round for the Russia World Cup held in Suwon in October 2016. In addition, the number of games he played has reached 96 games. Lee is the 45th Korean player to exited from an A match.

Korea won 1-0 thanks to Lee Jae-sung’s first goal in the first half against Iraq. Since the 0-0 draw against Wales in September last year, Korea has had no point in seven consecutive A-matches (six wins and one draw). This record is tied for third in the Korean national team’s A-matches.

The No. 1 ranking in consecutive matches has been held for 10 consecutive matches, from the match against North Korea (0-0 draw) in August 2015 under Coach Uli Stielike of Germany, to the forfeited win against Kuwait (3-0 win) in the World Cup qualifying match in March 2016. The No. 2 ranking is eight matches under Coach Han Hong-ki in 1970. The other tying for third was under Coach Ham Heung-cheol in 1978 and Coach Lee Hoi-taek in 1989.

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