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The largest number of spectators in K League 1 history

The final 51,670 spectators attended the Seoul World Cup Stadium, where FC Seoul and Incheon United played in the second round of the K League 1, breaking the record for the largest number of spectators since the introduction of the platform system in 2013. The previous record for the most spectators was 47,899 who entered the match between Seoul and Suwon Samsung on June 18, 2016, before counting paid spectators. Former Premier Leaguer Jesse Lingard (FC Seoul) played his first match in front of home fans on the day.

Lingard is a former Manchester United youth player who is one of the most renowned clubs in the English Premier League, and has played for Manchester United and West Ham, displaying top-notch skills. The excitement of seeing Lingard play in the K-League drew attention. The Seoul club said the pre-order volume exceeded 44,000 before the match.

Lingard, who started the game on the bench, appeared for the first time in front of home fans as he entered the stadium instead of midfielder Shigehiro in the 30th minute of the first half. Seoul fans cheered loudly as Lingard entered the stadium.

Lingard spent the entire game checking the timing of the rush to the gate and was enthusiastic, feeling sorry whenever his teammate’s pass was not connected. Both Seoul and Incheon failed to score points and drew 0-0 on the day. 토토사이트



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