Can ‘midfield transformation’ Lee Seung-woo lead Suwon FC’s August turnaround?

Suwon FC striker Lee Seung-woo, 25, who once said he wanted to “not only score goals but also play well,” has made the switch to central midfield and found both.

In the 25th round of the K League 1 against Suwon Samsung at Suwon World Cup Stadium on May 5, Lee started, played 88 minutes, and scored a goal to lead the team to a 2-0 victory.

What caught our eye on that day was Lee’s position. Normally, Lee is a shadow striker, playing directly below the frontline strikers. On this day, however, he played as a central midfielder alongside Yoon Beom-garam and Kim Sun-min. With his relatively small frame, he was expected to have a physical disadvantage, but Lee overcame this with his excellent technique. In particular, he led Suwon FC’s attack with his dribbling from the third line, where there was a lot of space. His dribbling and passing threatened the Suwon Samsung defense on several occasions, and his unorthodox style of play was also a great strength in the midfield.

First, Lee was involved in both of his team’s goals in the first half. In the first goal, he cleverly blocked his opponent’s path on a corner kick to create an open chance for Lars. Just before halftime, he rattled the net with a quick shot half a beat after a nice dribble of his own.

The ‘midfielder’ Lee Seung-woo’s real performance of the day came in the second half, especially his through ball to Ras and Lee Kwang-hyuk after a dribble. Although both shots went wide of the target, Lee’s dribble-through-pass formula was an attack that the Suwon Samsung defense could not stop.

Suwon FC snapped an eight-match winless streak (D2, L6), including three straight defeats, thanks to Lee’s brilliant performance. Suwon FC remained in 10th place (6W, 5D, 14L, 23P), but opened up a five-point gap on 11th-placed Suwon Samsung to begin their climb out of the bottom half of the table.

“I tried to balance the ball and defense,” said Lee, who was named the man of the match, to the media after the game, “It’s my first position, but I’m learning a lot. I want to help the team in any position, and I will do whatever the coach tells me,” he said with a bright expression.카지노

In a self-interview with Team K League last week ahead of a friendly match, Lee promised fans that he wanted to show them “not only goals but also great plays.” After a stellar debut season last year, in which he scored 14 goals, Lee is looking for new growth. The ‘midfielder’ will be a big boost for Suwon FC as they look to rebound in August.

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