China’s top soccer star Wu Lei reportedly protested against Son Heung-min during the last China-Korea match, saying that “a world-class player should not perform provocative gestures”.

On March 30, Sina Sports reported that Wu Lei was interviewed about the remarks he made after Son Heung-min’s celebration in the last Korea-China match.

After scoring a penalty kick in the 11th minute of the first half, Son performed a “hissing gesture” in front of the Chinese crowd. Wu Lei approached Son and protested. 안전카지노사이트 His remarks were highly publicized at the time, but no details were revealed.

“As a world-class player, you shouldn’t do a provocative gesture against our fans after scoring a goal,” Wu told Son at the time, according to reports.

On Nov. 21 last year, the South Korean national team defeated the Chinese national team 3-0 in the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 FIFA World Cup North and Central America.

According to SoccerDigest, local Chinese fans reacted to Wu’s comments with comments such as “Son Heung-min can score goals against Manchester City and Liverpool, but Wu can only score against Singapore,” and “If you are a professional player, you should face your opponents on the field instead of complaining,” among others.

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