It seems that ‘Blue Iron Pillar’ Kim Min-jae (27, Naples) should keep an eye on French ‘new talent’ Randall Colo Mouani (25, Eintracht Frankfurt).
Napoli, a team led by coach Luciano Spalletti, belongs to Kim Min-jae, on the 22nd (Korean time) at 5:00 a.m. at the Deutsche Bank Parque in Frankfurt, Germany, the 2022-2023 European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) round of 16 first leg away match against Frankfurt (Germany).
Liverpool (England), Ajax (Netherlands), and Rangers (Scotland) have won 5 consecutive wins in the group stage, and Napoli has already secured first place in the group. As many experts classify Napoli as a winning power, the prediction that it will easily surpass Frankfurt is dominant.
Napoli amassed 62 points (20 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss) this season, overtaking second-placed Inter Milan (47 points) by 15 points. As long as there is no major change, it is evaluated that the league championship is definitive after 33 years since the 1989-1990 season.
However, no one can predict the outcome. This is because Frankfurt is also continuing its terrifying rise. Frankfurt is in 6th place (38 points) in the German Bundesliga. However, they are on the rise with 5 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss in the last 9 matches.
In particular, Frankfurt striker Muani’s performance this season is dazzling. He has 15 goals and 14 assists in 30 games this season. He scored 10 goals and 12 assists in 20 league appearances. Kim Min-jae is a player to pay attention to in terms of his excellent final touch ability. 카지노
Accordingly, on the 21st, Italy’s ‘Il Napolista’ also cited Italy’s ‘Corriere dello Sport’ to be wary of Muani. He emphasized, “Kim Min-jae and Amir Rahmani should watch out for striker Kolo Muani, who recorded 12 assists.”
The media said, “What is impressive about Muani is that he recorded 12 assists. The type of player who enjoys the last pass, Muani often comes out of the offensive line and opens up space for the two wingers and midfielders. Min-jae Kim and Rahmani in the box. should not overlook his movements.”