PSG urgently call for Lee Kang-in's A-match debut "first goal for Paris 19"

Nuri recaps South Korea's 4-0 win over Tunisia Lee Kang-in awaits to join 'Paris 19' title

French professional soccer club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) quickly announced the news of player Lee Kang-in's debut goal in an A-match.

Shortly after the end of the friendly match between South Korea and Tunisia on Wednesday afternoon (KST), PSG posted a post titled "Lee Kang-in's First A-Match Goal". The post was accompanied by a photo of Lee celebrating with his teammates after scoring.

"South Korea, where the PSG midfielder plays, beat Tunisia 4-0 in a friendly match in Seoul on Wednesday," Paris Saint-Germain wrote.

"The Parisian number 19 (Lee Kang-in) scored the first and second goals of the match," it continued, "the first goals of his national team career."

Paris Saint-Germain is still waiting for Lee to join the club. Lee left the team after coming on as a substitute in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League Group F first leg against Dortmund on March 20, helping the team to a 2-0 win.

After winning a gold medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games, Lee was called up to the South Korean national soccer team for a two-game series of A matches in October. Lee will rejoin the team in about a month, when they play Vietnam on Oct. 17.

Lee's return will be in a league match against Strasbourg, scheduled for the 22nd. 스포츠토토링크

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