Kim Min-jae (27, photo), the signature defender of the Korean national soccer team, recorded his first assist since joining Napoli, Italy.

Kim Min-jae started as a central defender and played full-time in the 2022-2023 Serie A round 22 home game against Cremonese, the lowest in the league, held at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples, Italy on the 13th. Napoli won 3-0, and Kim Min-jae assisted Victor Osimen’s goal with his head in the 20th minute of the second half, widening the lead to 2-0. In a corner kick situation, Giovanni DiLorenzo’s header was caught on Kim Min-jae’s head, who flew from the left side of the goal area, and Osimen pushed it in front of the goal.

This is the first help of Kim Min-jae, who joined Napoli this season. Kim Min-jae scored his debut goal for Napoli in the second round against Monza in August of last year and also scored a goal against Lazio in the fifth round in September, and recorded his third offensive point (two goals and one assist). Kim Min-jae showed a solid appearance in defense and led the team to a scoreless victory.

According to soccer statistics site and Footmob, Kim Min-jae ranked first in the team in terms of defensive indicators, including 5 kicks and 7 aerial victories. On this day, Cremonese had only one effective shot. Napoli is currently the team with the fewest goals in the league (15 goals).

Kim Min-jae also plays a big tactical role in Naples. He is actively involved in the build-up of the rear, and in the match against Cremonese, he attempted 120 passes. Kim Min-jae was the only player who attempted more than 100 passes in Naples that day. In the meantime, he connected a whopping 106 times with a high success rate of 88%. 카지노

Immediately after the game, and Footmob recognized Kim Min-jae’s performance with a high rating of 8 points. gave him 8.1 points, the fourth highest in the team, and Foot Mob gave him 8.5 points, giving him the best player in the game.

Napoli, the league leader, won 6 consecutive wins and accumulated 59 points (19 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss), maintaining a wide gap with Inter Milan (43 points, 14 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses) in second place. After the opening, Cremonese stayed in 20th place (8 points, 8 draws, 14 losses), the lowest without winning a win in 22 games.

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