Jae-wan Jo, Gangwon’s left winger, scored a spectacular high-heeled goal for Seoul on Sunday, helping his team win the first match, after South Korea’s First Division soccer, K-League 1, resumed last Friday.
The player scored 2-1 inside the area, after an assist from Seung-dae Kim on the left wing.
The match, which ended 3-1, was played behind closed doors due to the health security measures imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, which include prohibitions on celebrating group goals. In addition, coaches, assistants, doctors and substitute players on the bench must wear protective masks.
“It is forbidden to spit or blow your nose too much and players must abstain from nearby conversations,” he said the spokesman for the K-League, Cheoung Woo-sik, told The Guardian.
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