Gangwon FC ‘no foul’ for Kim Dae-Woo’s fracture

South Korean professional soccer player Kim Dae-woo of Gangwon FC of the K League of Korea (K League 1) has been controversially injured in a tackle by an opposing player, but the game went on without a warning from the referee.

Kim was tackled in the 18th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on March 26 and suffered a fracture of the outer peach bone in his right ankle. In the 43rd minute of the second half, Ronaldo, who was chasing Kim Dae-woo as he dribbled down the left side of the field, tackled him, and Kim’s right foot was completely twisted by Ronaldo’s foot. 토토사이트 추천 He fell to the ground and was unable to get up.

Kim Dae-woo gestured toward the bench in panic. The medical trainers rushed onto the field and immediately crossed their hands in an X, signaling that the player was out of the game. Unable to get up from the ground, Kim burst into tears from the pain, but no warning was given.

Kim was diagnosed with a fractured peach bone and is still undergoing tests for other injuries. Kim, who has been on fire with one goal and two assists in his last 13 games, is expected to be out for at least three months as he recovers from the injury.



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