Kim Min-jae’s defensive power has been able to shine even more.
Serie A announced on its official website on the 12th (Korean time) that “the semi-automatic offside system will be used in Serie A matches after debuting at the EA Sports Super Cup.”
Already last year, Serie A announced that it would introduce the semi-automatic offside reading technology (SAOT) used in the 2022 Qatar World Cup from January. The exact introduction time has been set and it is planned to be used from the 19th round of Serie A. 온라인카지노
First of all, it will be shown first in the EA Sports Super Cup final between AC Milan and Inter Milan, which will be held next Wednesday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. After the match, the 19th round of Serie A will be held. Serie A CEO Luigi De Siervo said: “This is an important day. We were the first league in the world to have goal-line technology and the first league to introduce VAR. Now we are the first league to introduce a semi-automatic offside system. All doubts and wonders in real time. The goal is to solve it,” he said.
The semi-automatic offside reading technology is state-of-the-art. With 12 cameras installed in the stadium, 3D reconstruction is possible, and Hawkvision technology can discriminate even millimeter differences.
The introduction of this technology is also good news for defenders. In particular, Kim Min-jae, the core of Naples, can stand out even more. The percentage of goals conceded is lowered due to an ambiguous offside mistake, and Kim Min-jae’s excellent defense naturally receives high praise.