90 successful attempts, second only to Vinicius… Lee is ‘La Liga’s best dribbler’

Lee Kang-in has been the best dribbler in Spanish La Liga this season 토토사이트.

Lee has had a fantastic season this season. He’s erased his weaknesses and maximized his strengths to become one of the best players in La Liga. He’s improved his work rate, physicality, and involvement, which have made him more versatile. Playing on the flanks and in the center, Lee pierced Real Mallorca’s attacking veins with his crisp passing and flashy dribbling.

His dribbling was most impressive. Even when the opposition pressured him, he was able to release them well, and even on the counterattack, he dribbled quickly and accurately to break through. Lee’s one-touch passing has always been his strong point, but this season he added dribbling to his game. Lee’s dribbling skills are evident in his number of successful dribbles.

On July 7 (KST), soccer statistician ‘Couch Score’ looked back at various records to celebrate the end of the La Liga season. Among them was the dribbling record, and Lee Kang-in was in the top five. Lee is in second place with 90 successful dribbles. He beat out some of La Liga’s best dribblers, such as Jordi Rodriguez (Real Madrid), Nico Williams (Athletic Bilbao), and Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal).

Only Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid) was above Lee. Vinicius made a whopping 112 successful dribbles. While the focus is on Vinicius, Lee’s dribbling skills deserve praise as well. The media was full of praise for Lee’s performance.

After Mallorca’s La Liga final, Spain’s Mallorca Daily Bulletin wrote, “The man of the match was Lee Kang-in. Throughout the season, his dribbling and passing skills have been a joy to watch,” and named him Mallorca’s Player of the Year. His performance was also recognized by Spain’s Marca, who named him to the La Liga Silver Best Eleven (Best Eleven Second Team).

Lee is a transfer target. The game against Rayo Vallecano was Lee’s last in a Mallorca shirt. With interest from Atletico Madrid and several English Premier League (EPL) clubs, Lee will be looking to move on from Mallorca.

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