‘Lee Jae-sung’ shootout goal’ kills defeat European champion Munich
Germany’s second division Holstein Kiel, with national team midfielder Lee Jae-sung, defeated European champion Bayern Munich.
Kiel made a surprise beating Munich after a penalty shootout in the final of 32 in the German Football Association Cup.
This is reporter Kim Jong-yeop.
Lee Jae-sung’s Kiel faced the European champion and Bundesliga winner Munich 1-1 in the first half.
Kill’s ace Lee Jae-seong scored in the 38th minute, but was unfortunately called offside.
In the second minute of the second half, Kiel scored a picturesque free kick goal for you in Munich.
However, in the extra time in the second half, a dramatic heading equalization goal with Hauke’s feet pushed the game into overtime, and after a penalty shoot-out, a catastrophe was produced.
When Munich’s sixth kicker Roka loses, Kiel’s Bartels breaks through Neuer’s defense and wins.
The Kiel squad, including Lee Jae-sung, who scored as the fourth kicker, were delighted as if they had won, and Munich left the ground alone.
Kill competes in the quarterfinals with the Darmstadt, which Seungho Baek belongs to.
Son Heung-min was blocked by the opponent’s goalkeeper from both threatening shots in the first half.
In the second half of the 26th minute, we had the opportunity to face the opposing goalkeeper one-on-one, but a missed left foot shot hit the goal unfortunately.
Tottenham, who failed Son Heung-min’s 13th goal in the league, drew 1-1 against Fulham.
Kane’s dive headed goal in the 25th minute of the first half, but in the 29th minute Ivan Kavalley equalized with a header.
“I had a chance to finish the first half, and I had a chance to score a win in the second half. A mistake came and I was punished for it.”
After just adding one point, Tottenham stayed in 6th place.
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