“I felt like I was taking my breath away” Son Heung-min’s Labona Kick, which plays with China’s defense…Praise for “Unbelievable Technology”

South Korea beat China 3-0 in the second Group C match of the 2026 North-China World Cup Asian qualifying round at the Universiade Sports Center in Shenzhen, China on the 21st (Korea time). Son Heung-min led the team’s victory against China with two goals and one assist.

In the match against China, Son Heung-min drew attention not only as an offensive point but also as a personal skill to tease the opponent’s defense. Son Heung-min showed a Labona kick in the 10th minute of the second half to break down the opponent’s defense. After giving the ball to him, Son Heung-min gave a pass to Hwang In-beom, who penetrated the left side of the penalty area, with a Labona kick, and later overcame a ball match with the goalkeeper and led to Korea’s scoring opportunity as Hwang In-beom’s cross was connected to the empty Chinese goal gate.

British Tottenham fan site The Boy Hotspur said, “Son Heung-min showed a huge Rabona pass against China. Son was involved in all three of South Korea’s goals and it was impossible to stop Son. Son scored two goals and scored one assist, but it was Son’s Labona kick that caught the fans’ breath. The fully implemented technology almost produced a brilliant score,” he said.

Spurs Global also shed light on Sonny (Son Heung-min), who created a scoring opportunity, saying, “It was an incredible skill.” 토토사이트

Son Heung-min scored the first goal of a penalty kick in the 11th minute of the first half against China. Son Heung-min played as a kicker in the penalty kick obtained by Hwang Hee-chan and cut the corner of the goal with a right-footed shot.

After that, Son Heung-min scored multiple goals in the 45th minute of the first half. Son Heung-min shook the Chinese net by finishing the ball that Lee Kang-in floated in front of the goal with a header shot in a corner kick. Son Heung-min also assisted Jung Seung-hyun’s header goal in a free kick situation in the 42nd minute of the second half.

South Korea played the World Cup qualifying away match against China in a harsh atmosphere. Chinese spectators were also seen laser-attacking Son Heung-min’s penalty kick situation and Lee Kang-in during the game. Son Heung-min showed a good performance at the beginning of the qualifying round for the North-China World Cup by winning a complete victory in an away match in China.

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