Japanese best friend’ Kubo who watches every PSG game of Lee Kang-in… Living like a monk ‘Lighting

A Spanish media outlet is drawing attention by describing Japanese national team midfielder Takefusa Kubo (Real Sociedad) as a ‘monk.’카지노

The Spanish daily ‘As’ covered the various aspects of Kubo, who is performing well this season, in an article on the 17th (Korean time). The media said, “It may be a bit of an excessive analogy, but Kubo is like a soccer monk. His life motif is interpretation, improvement, and understanding of sports. Soccer is Kubo’s job and passion. The ball is the epicenter of his small universe. Extroverted personality. However, other than training or playing games with his brother, he has little social life. The brothers live with their mother, D’Amico, in San Sebastian. Their father works as a real estate agent in Tokyo. The family is not crazy about other sports. “I spend a lot of time watching and analyzing soccer on the large screen installed on the first floor of my house in San Sebastian,” he said.

He continued, “Kubo always watches Lee Kang-in’s Paris Saint-Germain games, either live or recorded, with whom he has a strong emotional bond since his days at Mallorca. Except during meals, he only thinks about soccer.”

As’ introduced that Kubo wears jersey number 14 out of respect for current Leverkusen coach Xabi Alonso, and also introduced Kubo’s unique values. “Kubo has never asked for a uniform (exchange) even from players he has admired since childhood, such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. I don’t understand why he would ask for a uniform from a player who was his enemy. The uniform he received from a player from another team is a friend. , I usually give it as a gift to an acquaintance. He is not a uniform collector,” he said.

Kubo has an away match against Real Madrid, his European team, in the 5th round of La Liga on the 18th. He will have to face off against midfielder Jude Bellingham, who is showing ‘crazy performances’ at Real Madrid. ‘As’ said, “Kubo, like many others, was shocked by Bellingham’s dominant performance. However, he said after the game that he would not ask Bellingham for his jersey.”

Kubo, who left Mallorca to join Sociedad last year, has established himself as the team’s starting right wing this season and is performing like an ace, scoring 3 goals and 1 assist in 4 league games. On the 9th, in a friendly match against the German national team, he recorded two assists and led the team to a 4-1 victory.

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