Lee Geum-min, the South Korean forward who plays for Brighton in the Women’s Super League, scored a stunning long-range effort this weekend.
The goal was Lee’s second in two minutes. Fara Williams and Danielle Carter had put Reading 2-0 up by the 43rd minute, but Lee headed in from close range to make it 2-1 just before half time.
Reading then took the restart but were slow in possession, allowing Lee to nab the ball and see goalkeeper Grace Maloney off her line. Her 30-yard screamer is now surely a contender for the WSL goal of the season.
Reading eventually went on to win the match 3-2, with Natasha Harding scoring the winner in the second-half.
The 27-year-old Lee is currently on loan at Brighton from Manchester City. She has previously played for Seoul and Gyeongju KHNP in South Korea, also making 47 appearances for her country.News Now - Sport News