Lee Kang-in of Mallorca, Spain, was caught offside with a 'kick' even after rattling the net. Still, he stood out the most, winning the MVP of the game.

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The goal that led Mallorca to victory came from Lee Kang-in's toes.

In the 16th minute of the first half, a sharp left-footed corner kick was delivered precisely to Idrisu Baba, whose header hit the crossbar but Maffeo pounced and finished with his head.

The decisive chance for Lee Kang-in came in second-half extra time when he took a 1-0 lead.

With even Cadiz's goalkeeper involved in the attack, Mallorca switched to a counter-attack after taking the ball away, and storming Lee Kang-in wowed the home fans with a left-footed shot following a perfect first touch.

Unfortunately, it was not credited as a goal.

With the goalkeeper emptied the goal, Lee Kang-in's shoulder went slightly over the centre line at the moment of the pass and was offside.

Although he didn't score a goal with a narrow margin, Lee Kang-in, who dribbled 2% of his key passes on two key passes, was voted MVP of the game.

(Video Editor: Kim Jong-tae, CG: Eom So-min)