Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), who had a pre-season friendly match at 7:20 pm on the 25th at Nagai Yanmar Stadium in Osaka, Japan, drew 0-0 with Al Nasr.온라인바카라
Lee Kang-in missed the day. Lee Kang-in was unable to train normally due to a hamstring injury suffered in the match against Le Havre on the 22nd. He was included in the Asian tour roster, but did not participate in the open training held in Japan. Lee Kang-in sat on the bench that day, but he did not warm up before the game. Neymar, PSG’s top star, also did not come off the bench due to injury.
PSG showed an unexpectedly frustrating appearance against Alnas. Marco Asensio, who was used in the front line, was isolated in the front, and Carlos Soler did not show organic breathing with Ashraf Hakimi on the right. The only threat was Noah Lemina, who had just joined the first team, and although he succeeded in shaking the opponent’s defense with dribbling, the finish was disappointing every time.
The most threatening player among the players on both teams was rather Ronaldo. Ronaldo showed light movements on the day, and his teamwork was good. When he got the ball, he didn’t drag it, gave it to his teammate and went right into the box. A simple cross towards Ronaldo was simple but most assured. In the 38th minute of the first half, Ronaldo’s chance to score blocked by Gianluigi Donmarumma’s super save was the most threatening scene of the day.
In the second half, it didn’t mean much as both teams took away the starting players and took away their strength. PSG struggled up front to score a goal, but again there were no decisive chances. Al Nasr also continued to aim for the back space of PSG, but the front without Ronaldo was weak.
It was a game where only Lee Kang-in’s need stood out. Lee Kang-in showed the ability to link and release pressure in the last match against Le Havre. It was his first game, but he was full of confidence and created a scoring chance with a pass that caught his eye. On this day, as the PSG strikers did not show much, we can expect Lee Kang-in to compete for the starting position.