Lee Hyun-joo, on loan from Bayern Munich, scores in win over Hertha Berlin

Lee Hyun-joo, on loan from Bayern Munich, scores in win over Hertha Berlin

On loan from Bayern Munich to Werder Wiesbaden, Germany, Hyun-Joo Lee (20) scored a goal in the win over Hertha Berlin (BSC).바카라사이트

Lee Hyun-joo helped Bayern Wiesbaden to a 1-0 victory over Hertha Berlin in the second round of the 2023-24 Bundesliga at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany, on Friday (Sept. 5).

Starting as an attacking midfielder, Lee moved between the center and left flank to coordinate the attack. In the first half, a teammate’s mid-range shot was saved by the goalkeeper, but Lee Hyun-joo was able to get a second shot on goal that went just wide. She was pushed down while dribbling in from the flank, but no penalty was called.

In the second half, Lee Hyun-joo’s ground ball cross from the left flank was met by a teammate with a non-stop shot that was saved by the goalkeeper. Lee Hyun-joo played 80 minutes until the 35th minute of the second half when he was substituted. Werder Wiesbaden won 1-0 in second-half stoppage time thanks to a goal from Rachel Günter. Their opponent, Hertha Berlin, was a member of the Bundesliga’s top flight until last season. Football stats site Footmob gave Lee a 7.6 rating, the third-highest on the team.

Werder Wiesbaden, who were promoted to the second division ahead of this season, have one win and one draw (4 points) to lead the league. Lee Hyun-joo started for the second consecutive game after the opener.

Lee Hyun-joo of Werder Wiesbaden in German professional soccer. Photo Werder Wiesbaden Instagram

Lee Hyun-joo, whose original club is German giants Bayern Munich, joined Werder Wiesbaden on a season-long loan last month. The former Pohang Steelers youth team member was loaned to Bayern Munich for a year in January last year. He joined Munich’s second team and played in the German fourth division, scoring nine goals and providing two assists. The Bavarians paid a transfer fee to Pohang in August and decided to buy him outright. Lee opted for a loan spell at Werder Wiesbaden to get some first-team action, and he has settled in nicely early in the season.

An attacking midfielder by trade, Lee (1.72 meters tall) is agile, aggressive, and explosive. He has represented South Korea at the U14, U17, and U20 levels.

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