Lee Jae-seong (31), who plays for Mainz in the German professional football Bundesliga, raised expectations for the second half of the season by scoring in a practice game.
On the 11th (Korean time), Mainz won a 5-1 win over FC Lucerne, a Swiss first division team, held at the training ground in Marbella, Spain. Both teams played 60 minutes each. Lee Jae-seong, who stepped on the ground at the start of the second half, tasted the goal in the 17th minute.
When Karim Onisibo broke through the right side and crossed, Lee Jae-seong, who was in the penalty box, turned his head and scored the team’s fourth goal. 메이저놀이터
Midfielder Lee Jae-seong served as a lubricant for Bentuho in the 2nd and 3rd lines at the World Cup in Qatar. Although the offensive midfielder is the main position, he also has defensive power and fought fiercely with world-class midfielders in the midfield. In the match against Uruguay, the first match of the group stage, he contributed to a draw by blocking advances such as Federico Valverde (Real Madrid) and Rodrigo Bentancur (Tottenham) with his unique vigorous activity.
The Bundesliga resumes the season from round 16 on the 21st. Mainz players, including Lee Jae-seong, will start the regular season again from an away game in Stuttgart on the 21st at 11:30 pm after the last practice game against Hoffenheim (Germany) on the 14th. Mainz, which brings Dortmund home on the 26th, has a busy schedule to play against Bayern Munich in the round of 16 of the German Football Association Cup (DFB-Pokal) on February 2 following the match against Bochum on the 28th. Mainz finished the first half of the league in 10th place (19 points, 5 wins, 4 draws, 6 losses), and Lee Jae-seong has played 15 league games, scoring 2 goals and 1 assist.