Gyeongnam FC’s “dead ball specialist” midfielder Lee Kwang-jin has reached the milestone of 200 career appearances in the K League.
Lee started the 31st round home game of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 against the Jeonnam Dragons at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday at the Changwon Football Center. He celebrated his 200th career K League appearance in front of a club record crowd of 4808 fans.
After setting up Lee Chan-wook’s goal against Chungnam Asan in the 30th round, which set the club record for most assists in a match, Lee continued his assist-rich form in this match, assisting Mo Jae-hyun’s goal.카지노사이트
Lee made his professional debut with FC Seoul’s first pick in the 2010 draft and played for Daegu FC, Gwangju FC, Daejeon FC, and Suwon FC before joining Gyeongnam in 2018. He currently has six goals and 22 assists in 200 K League games, with 17 assists for Gyeongnam alone. Lee Kwang-jin is a player who has excellent coordination skills in the central midfield and is willing to do whatever it takes to create offense. This season, he has also added stability to Gyeongnam’s midfield.
“I am honored to have played 200 games in the K League. I would like to say thank you to my family, coaching staff, club, and fans who have always been by my side. As I set the record for the most assists in the club this season, I would like to continue to show the fans good things as a member of Gyeongnam FC. I will help the team get promoted,” said Lee.