The 19-year-old youngest member of the national soccer team, Sang-bin Sang, made a spectacular appearance yesterday (9th) by scoring his debut goal in the A-match debut. In commemoration of the hero of 2002, former director Yoo Sang-cheol, the 2002-born Saetbyul came to mind.
By Kim Hyung-yeol.
honor of the senior who became a star in the sky, Jeong Sang-bin, who had his black armband fixed, stepped on the stage of the dream match in the 27th minute of the second half leading 4-0.
And in less than five minutes, he made his first shot his debut goal.
The sensual touch that slightly changed Lee Dong-kyung's shooting direction stood out.
Although there was not much time given, he showed a lot of bold individualism and long-range shooting, and scored a perfect score.
[Jang Sang-bin/Soccer national striker: (Lee Dong-kyung's shooting) slightly turned around, but I think I got in luck. (National Team) I think the
complimented me and congratulated me a lot.]
19-year-old Sangbin Sang-bin, who debuted in the K-League this year, has grown rapidly.
He secured the starting position with a sense of goal scoring, and he stood out even more in big games such as Ulsan and Jeonbuk, and received the attention of coach Bento.
[Bae Seong-jae / Relay Caster: 'Super Rookie' Sang-bin Sang, scores a goal in 'Super Match'!]
Captain Son Heung-min gave his affection to the fearless youngest who showed off his splendid individual
even in the first national team training he joined.
[Sang Sang-bin/Soccer national striker: Even when I wasn't on the list in the first match (against Turkmen), (Heung-Min Son) encouraged me that there would be more opportunities to play and score more goals in the future… .]
[Heung-Min Son/Captain of the soccer team: (A player like Sang-Bin Sang) is the future of Korea (soccer). It seems that helping our seniors to do well is what our seniors should do.]
Saetbyul Sang-bin, who appeared brilliantly, is illuminating the future of Korean football.
(Video coverage: Jeon Gyeong-bae, video editing: Oh Young-taek, CG: Lee Ah-reum)