Wu Lei, a living legend of Chinese soccer, is challenging for the title of best Chinese striker.
On the afternoon of the 20th, the Chinese national soccer team defeated Palestine 2-0 in a friendly match at Dalian’s Suoyuan Stadium.
토토사이트 Wu Lei scored the game’s first goal. Wu Lei opened the scoring in the 34th minute, heading home a low cross from teammate Gao Junyi.
The goal was Wu Lei’s 30th for the national team, putting him just one goal shy of Liu Haiguang’s all-time record. Liu Haiguang is a legendary Chinese striker who scored 31 goals in 76 games.
At 31 years old, Wu Lei is still on the younger end of the spectrum and could break Liu’s record as early as the A-Match in September. It’s only a matter of time before Wu Lei becomes the league’s all-time leading scorer, especially since he’s currently second on the league’s scoring list with seven goals for his club Shanghai Haigang.