Lionel Messi played in FC Barcelona’s 506th Spanish professional football Primera División, the highest ever, and scored.
Barcelona tied Cadiz 1-1 at home in Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain, on Monday night (Korea time). Messi scored the first goal in the 32nd minute by kicking a penalty from Pedry into the left corner. Messi’s 16th goal of the season. Atletico Madrid’s Luis Suarez, who is from Barcelona, also scored 16 points; Messi has scored nine goals in his last six games and the Primera División are aiming for the top scorer for the fifth consecutive 스포츠중계 year.
Messi has become the most contestant in Barcelona’s Primera Liga; the previous best is Xavi Hernandez’s 505 games. Messi became a member of Barcelona’s first-team team in the 2004-2005 season, and on December 23 last year, he renewed his record of single-team goals (643 goals) held by Pele, the ‘Emperor of Football’.
Barcelona did not keep Messi’s opening goal; Barcelona allowed the equalizer with a penalty kick in the 44th minute just before the end of the game. Barcelona finished third with 14 wins, 5 draws and 4 losses (47 points) and Barcelona are eight points behind leaders Atletico Madrid (17 wins, 4 draws, 2 losses, 55 points).
The U-20 World Cup in Poland. The Korean U-20 team’s start was unsettling: the team lost 0-1 to Portugal in the first leg of the finals. However, Korea succeeded in reaching the finals by winning Argentina, Japan, Senegal and Ecuador in turn, starting with the South African War. It was the first time that Korean men’s soccer reached the finals of the FIFA (International Football Federation).
South Korea finished second in the 2019 U-20 World Cup, with clear reasons: The Korean Professional Football Federation has established the K-League youth system since 2008. The K-League team must operate U-18, 15, 12 and 10 teams, but for the new team, U-10 or U-12 teams can be operated for one year of professional membership. From the second year, all U-10 to U-18 teams must be operated.
The youth system settlement led to the 2019 U-20 World Cup runner-up; among the 21 players who participated in the tournament, 18 were from the K-League youth team.
“I’ve grown up in Ulsan’s Hyundai youth team since middle school, and I’ve watched the seniors like Giraseong who play in the first group. I could hear what I had to prepare for eating together and growing up to be a great professional player. I also took private lessons from my seniors. I’ve been working on the K-League and the training, and it has helped Ulsan to grow into a professional football player.”
This is the story of Oh Se-hoon (22, Kim Cheon-sang-moo), who played as a major striker in Korea at the 2019 U-20 World Cup. Oh Se-hoon grew up in Ulsan youth team and made his professional debut. After the 2019 U-20 World Cup, he participated in the 2020 AFC (Asian Football Confederation) U-23 Championship and led Korea to the championship.Oh Se-hoon always expresses his gratitude to Ulsan for making him a professional player