Gyeongnam FC season’s largest crowd’ Lee Gwang-jin holds a ceremony to commemorate his 200th K-League appearance


 Gyeongnam FC’s ‘dead ball specialist’ midfielder Lee Gwang-jin has achieved the milestone of playing in 200 K-League games.

Lee Gwang-jin started in the 31st round home game of ‘Hana One Q K League 2 2023’ against Jeonnam Dragons held at Changwon Soccer Center at 1:30 pm on the 17th. A ceremony to commemorate the 200th game in the K League was held in front of 4,808 spectators, the largest for the club this season.

Lee Gwang-jin, who set the club’s record for most assists by assisting Lee Chan-wook’s goal in the away game against South Chungcheong Asan in the 30th round, also assisted Mo Jae-hyeon’s goal in this game and showed himself as the king of assists.카지노사이트

Lee Gwang-jin made his professional debut after being selected as a priority pick by FC Seoul in the 2010 draft, and went on to play for Daegu FC, Gwangju FC, Daejeon, and Suwon FC before coming to Gyeongnam in 2018. He currently has 6 goals and 22 assists in 200 games in the K League, with 17 assists in Gyeongnam alone. Lee Gwang-jin is a player who has excellent game coordination ability in the central midfield position and is able to develop attacks, and is a player who does not shy away from difficult tasks. He is adding stability to Gyeongnam’s midfield this season as well.

Lee Gwang-jin said, “It is an honor to play in 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 and helped me a lot. As I set the record for the most assists for the club this season, I will continue to do my best in the future.” “As a member of Gyeongnam FC, I want to show a good performance to the fans. I will help the team achieve promotion,” he said.

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