Lee Da-yeong (27), who plays for Romania’s CS Rapid Bucharest, collapsed again due to an injury.
Lee Da-young suffered a hamstring injury during the CEV Challenge Cup round of 16 second leg match against FC Porto on the 19th (Korean time) and was replaced. It’s the same injury I suffered in the first half.
On this day, Phonpun from Thailand started the game first. When Rapid struggled by giving up sets 1 and 2, Lee Da-young stepped on the court from the middle of the 3rd set.
The flow has changed. With Lee Da-young’s input, the game was revived and counterattacked. And finally won the 3rd set. The 4th set was also a rapid flow.
But a variable came along. With a 17-9 lead, Lee Da-young collided with his colleague while digging the opponent. Lee Da-young collapsed off the court and complained of pain in the back of his thigh. In the end, the sign came out that he couldn’t run. 온라인카지노
This is not the first time Lee Da-young has suffered a hamstring injury. In the first half of last year, in mid-December, he went down with a hamstring injury. He quickly recovered and came back, but this time he was injured again. The hamstring is an area prone to recurrence. A recovery time of at least three weeks is required, and the possibility of a prolonged period is considered as it has recurred.
It can’t be a rough season for Lee Da-young. As Phonpun, a former Thai national team member, was recruited, he was forced into a competitive system, and bad news continued as the manager who scouted him was sacked. This time, the injury recurred.
Meanwhile, Rapid won the 4th and 5th sets despite Lee Da-young’s replacement, and succeeded in reversing the set score 3-2. The last gold set to cover the advancement to the quarterfinals followed. I couldn’t get over the last hurdle. A series of mistakes by Fontun and the striker resulted in a 12-15 loss and Rapid was eliminated in the round of 16 of the CEV Challenge Cup.