‘KING’ Lee Kang-in beats ‘football god’ Messi! Top 5 league dribble success rate ‘2nd’

Kang-in Lee (RCD Mallorca) dribble-beated Lionel Messi (PSG), the ‘god of football’.

British media ‘The Athletic’ picked Lee Kang-in as one of the ‘most effective dribblers in Europe’s top 5 leagues’ on the 12th (Korean time).

The media explained,메이저놀이터 “Florian Birz (Bayer Leverkusen) has completed 4.6 dribbles per game during his Bundesliga career, with a success rate of 64.3%.”

He added, “For reference, among the players who attempted more than 50 dribbles in Europe’s top 5 leagues this season, the only players with a higher success rate than Birtz were Lee Kang-in of Mallorca and Rominigue Kwame of Troyes AC.”

According to ‘Who Scored’, a soccer statistics media, Lee Kang-in attempted a total of 110 dribbles this season and succeeded 71 times, with a success rate of 64.5%.

Mali winger Kwame, who is playing in French Ligue 1, recorded a higher success rate than Lee Kang-in at 68.9% (42/61 times), but showed a distinct difference from Lee Kang-in in the number of successes.

Lee Kang-in’s dribbling success rate was enough to surprise soccer fans. It was revealed that Lee Kang-in achieved a higher dribble success rate than Messi, the ‘god of soccer’.

Messi, who is also one of the best dribblers in football history, succeeded in 91 out of 166 dribble attempts at PSG this season, recording a success rate of 54.8%.

Messi has more successes, but Lee Kang-in’s success rate was about 10% higher than Messi’s.

In addition, Kylian Mbappe (success rate 35.9%, 65/181 times), Vinicius Junior (36.4%, 103/283 times), Hvitza Kvarachhelia (37.1%, 63/170 times), etc. Even world-class players could not compete with Lee Kang-in in terms of dribbling.

Lee Kang-in is playing an active role as a key player in Mallorca as his dribbling ability, which is his long-term skill, has greatly improved this season. His dribbling, along with his sharp passing skills, have made him one of the best playmakers in La Liga this season.

As Lee Kang-in, born in 2000, played a big role in La Liga from a young age, numerous clubs began to seriously consider signing Lee Kang-in.

Currently, Atletico Madrid, the prestigious La Liga, as well as Premier League clubs Aston Villa and Newcastle United are known to be willing to pay 18 million euros (approximately 26.1 billion won) for Lee Kang-in’s buyout.

Tottenham Hotspur, where South Korean soccer team captain Son Heung-min plays, has also emerged as one of Lee Kang-in’s next destinations.

Reporter Miguel Angel Dias of the Spanish media ‘Cope’ recently reported that “Son Heung-min recommended the signing of Lee Kang-in to Tottenham.”

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