Kim Min-jae’s best friend, Amir Rahmani, made the mistake of explaining K-Sonhart in Japanese expressions.
In the 2022/23 season Serie A round 21 away match against Spezia held at Stadio Alberto Pico in La Spezia, Italy on the 5th (Korean time), Napoli scored the first goal from Hvica Kvarachhelia’s penalty kick and Victor Osimen’s They won 3-0 with multiple goals.
Napoli, which added 3 points, took the sole lead (18 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss, 56 points), 16 points ahead of Inter Milan, who played one game less.
Kim Min-jae and Rahmani, who are showing good chemistry on the defensive line this season, started side by side in this game as well and were responsible for the rear defense.
According to Foot Mob, a statistics company, Kim Min-jae recorded a pass success rate of 91%, one opportunity created, a long pass success rate of 75%, one kick-off, and five recoveries.
Rahmani also performed impressively, with a pass success rate of 92%, a long pass success rate of 80%, a tackle success rate of 67%, and three recoveries.
However, after the game, a mistake that I couldn’t laugh at came out. 슬롯사이트
I made the mistake of explaining the Korean finger heart expression exchanged with Kim Min-jae in Japanese.
According to Italy’s Il Martino, in an interview with DAZN, Rachmani explained, “I speak with Minjae Kim not only in English, but also in Japanese and mix body language.”
Judging from the context of the interview, it seems that Rahmani mistook Kim Min-jae for being from Japan.
Other media, such as 100×100 Naples, also reported that “Rahmani talks in English with Kim Min-jae and exchanges heart signs in Japanese,” explaining that it is a Japanese-style finger heart shape, not a Korean style.
Meanwhile, when asked to compare Koulibaly and Kim Min-jae, who left for Chelsea, Rahmani said, “Kim Min-jae is as strong as Koulibaly.”