Input 2020.05.23 19:17
(Suwon = Sports Chosun Yoon Jinman reporter) K-League 'Living Legend' Ki-Hun Ki (37, Suwon Samsung) has taken a step closer to 80-80 (Goal-Help).
Yoo Ki-hoon led the 1-0 victory with a penalty score in the second half of the 15th round of the 'Hana One Q K League 1 2020' with Incheon United held at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 23rd. Suwon's first win of the season with a calm shot that hit the left corner. This goal is Ki-hoon Ki's K-League total 74 goals. He, who is helping 106, has scored only six goals for the unprecedented 80-80 club in K-League history. The rival Lee Dong-guk (Jeonbuk) has made 225 goals and 77 help so far, and writes a new history with three additional help. Ki-Hoon Ki's goal is expected to make the 80-80 competition between the two veterans even hotter.
Ki-Hun Ki also set a record for 14 consecutive goals in the K-League. Ki-hoon Ki made his debut in Hyundai in Jeonbuk in 2006 and performed at least one goal in all seasons from the first year of entry to this season. Help records have been continuing for 11 seasons from 2008 to last year. Ki-Hun Ki has increased his total number of attack points to 180 by combining goals and help. Kim Dae-jung, who watched the match at the scene, defeated the current Olympic soccer team coach (179) and climbed to the third place in his career attack point. The first place is Dongguk (302), and the second place is Dejan (Daegu / 234). Suwon = Reporter Yunjinman email@example.com
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