Lee scores debut goal in Champions League three months after joining Paris

Lee Kang-in’s (22-Paris Saint-Germain) time has come.

He scored his debut goal in the Champions League, the ‘stage of dreams’.

Lee scored at the end of stoppage time in the third leg of the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League Group F match against Italy’s AC Milan at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France, before dawn on Saturday to seal a 3-0 victory for Paris.

With the win, Paris Saint-Germain improved to 2-1-1 and moved to the top of Group F with six points.

Whether Lee would start or not was a question mark before kickoff.

Lee started on the bench as Luis Enrique opted for a 4-3-3 up front with Kylian Mbappe, Kolo Moani, and Ousmane Dembele, and Vitinha, Manuel Ugarte, and Warren Zaire Emery in the middle.

Lee, who came on for Dembele in the 26th minute of the second half, combined with Emery and Gonzalez Hamus to rock the net with a left-footed diagonal shot in the 44th minute, just before the end of regular time. 카지노사이트

Earlier, Mbappe (32nd minute) and Randall Kolo Moani (8th minute) scored the first and second goals of the match, respectively.

It was Lee’s first goal and first offensive point in 12 official matches, three months after he first donned the Paris shirt in July.

It was also his Champions League debut.

Although Lee only played 20 minutes as a substitute, soccer stats site Footmob gave him a rating of 7.6.

This was the fourth highest rating of any Parisian player (excluding goalkeepers) on the pitch.

A magical night in Paris! Let’s go for more, Paris,” Lee wrote on his personal Instagram after the match.

Paris’ next match is on Sept. 29 at 9 p.m. They host Brest in a Ligue 1 Round 10 visit.

Paris is currently in third place in the league (18 points). Brest is fifth (15 points).

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