Suwon FC won against Daegu FC 4-3 last Sunday. Also, their new forward Lee Seung-woo scored his first K League goal after joining the team this year.
Daegu FC scored the first goal. However, Lee leveled the score nine minutes after. Aside from being Lee’s first goal for the team, it was the team’s first home game of the year. Lee signed with Suwon FC last December 3, 2021. Also, he returned to Korea after playing eleven years overseas.
According to Suwon Samsung Bluewings betting fans, Lee returned to Korea after spending time in Portugal, Italy, Spain, and Belgium. However, he never played professional soccer in his native country. His recently played for Sint-Truiden in Belgium. The team ended his contract on November 23, 2021.
Lee Seung-woo Scored His First K League Goal
Lee is a result of the Barcelona football foundation. Also, he was once viewed as a footballing wonder promoted as the “Korean Messi.” Lee showed up for Korean youth groups across various competitions. In addition, he was MVP of the 2014 AFC U-16 Championship. However, Lee’s progress to the senior game has not been smooth.
After years in the Barcelona institute, the nearest Lee got to the top division play was one game with the club’s Team B. He transferred to Hellas Verona with a four-year deal.
That move made Lee one of the main Koreans to come to Italy’s Serie A, yet again it was brief. In two years with Verona, Lee showed up, scoring just two times.
In 2019, Lee signed up with Sint-Truidense. However, he had less chance to play In Belgium. His debut game for the squad came four months after he signed up with the team. Lee burned through the vast majority of keep going year borrowed to Portuguese side Portimonense, where he played six games.