Kang-in Lee of Mallorca, Spain, is having a difficult time as he has been pushed out of the competition.

Today (15th) against Real Madrid, he showed a brilliant appearance, but the time given was too short.

Correspondent Kim Hyung-yeol.

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the 33rd minute of the second half, Lee Kang-in, who was replaced by Japanese player Gubo, fired three shots as if he was determined, but the finish was disappointing.

It was painful to see the goalkeeper's save from a right-footed mid-range shot from a decisive opportunity.

Kang-in Lee was unable to score an attack point on the 99th day as his teammate's head was slightly out of reach even with the cross he wittily floated, and the team fell into a quagmire of five consecutive losses.

After moving to Mallorca, Kang-in Lee made his debut goal against Real Madrid in September last year and seemed to have secured his place as a starting position, but after that, he was gradually pushed back from the competition due to continued silence, and now he has been reduced to Gubo's backup member in the last 7 games. He is a continuous substitute.

He struggles to show something in his short appearances of around 20 minutes or so, but the sophistication of his impatient mind is diminishing.

Kang-in Lee, who could not find a place in his team, was excluded from the roster for his first year in the national team, and his dream of participating in the World Cup is also fading.

Kang-in Lee, a 'genius boy' who was called the future of Korean football, is continuing a difficult fight without finding a breakthrough on his adult stage.

(Video editing: Kim Jong-tae, CG: Im Chan-hyuk)