‘German second division team’ Holstein Kiel, led by Lee Jae-seong, defeated’Europe’s strongest’ Bayern Munich to advance to the round of 16 in the Focal Cup.
This is reporter Kim Hyung-yeol.
Holstein Kiel, who has never been in the first division, writes a history of defeating’European Champion’ Bayern Munich.
A quick counterattack took over.
Bartels was balanced in the 37th minute, behind a 1-0.
Lee Jae-seong, who was featured on the poster of the match with Lewandowski, led the attack.
The goal was shaken in the 38th minute of the first half, but was left behind after being judged offside.
Kiel was beaten by a picturesque free kick by you in Munich in the second minute of the second half, but was revived with a lucky equalizer just before the end.
The ball hit the shoulder of Hauke’s foot for a header shot and sucked into the goal.
In the overtime, Lee Jae-seong and other players maintained their balance even though they fell down with a cramp in their legs, and ended up in the penalty shootout.
Five kickers from both teams succeeded, including Lee Jae-sung who came out as the fourth kicker, perfectly tricking the Neuer goalkeeper, and the goalkeeper Gelios saved the shot from Munich’s sixth kicker Roca, and with a clean finish from Kiel’s sixth kicker Bartels. We defeated the giant Munich, who was aiming for a third straight victory in the tournament.
Jaesung Lee embraced and enjoyed the joy with his colleagues.
[이재성/홀슈타인 킬 공격수 : 아직까지도 이겼다는 게 믿어지지가 않아요. 평생 (기억에) 남을 경기였던 것 같아요.]
The German media paid attention to Lee Jae-sung, who led the’Second Division Rebellion’.
(Video editing: Kim Byung-jik)