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Wu Lei scored 8 goals in 8 games in World Cup qualifying competition,

Release time:2021-06-16 17:32


On June 16, Beijing time, in the final round of the World Cup qualifying competition round 40 match between the China Men's Football Team and Syria, Wu Lei, a player of RCD Espanyol Football Club, a subsidiary of Rastar Group , scored a goal to help the team beat the opponent by 3-1, contributing to the China Men's Football Team's successful advancement to the World Cup qualifying competition Round 12 in Asia.



Wu Lei has been a standout player in this year's Top 40 competition, scoring 8 goals and giving 3 assists in 8 games, also making 3 penalty kicks. He has scored in seven of the eight matches in which he has played and has scored in all of his last five matches, setting a new personal record for consecutive international A-game goals. The 8 goals scored in the World Cup qualifying competition also makes him tied for the most goals scored in a single World Cup qualifying competition in the history of the Chinese football team.

After the match, football coach team of China National Team said that Wu Lei's progress in Spain is obvious and we should encourage such players to go global. He hoped everyone will offer more encouragement to the players and the Chinese team, and give more confidence and more encouragement to players who want to go abroad.


In January 2019, Wu Lei joined RCD Espanyol, becoming the first Chinese player to score in La Liga, King's Cup, UEFA Cup and the first to break through Barcelona's goal, and won the "2019 China Golden Ball Award" and other awards.

As the only team in the Europe's top five football leagues named after a country, RCD Espanyol is one of the world's most iconic symbols of popular football culture. Inheriting the football culture of the century-old club, RCD Espanyol has always attached importance to the development of the team's youth training. The youth training system of the RCD Espanyol currently delivers over 70 players to mainstream leagues around the world. Till now, RCD Espanyol has established football schools in Shanghai and Guangzhou with the aim of identifying and nurturing outstanding Chinese football talents.


In the future, Rastar will pursue the goal of "contributing to the development of Chinese football", leverage on the core resources of the industry chain of European top league clubs, inherit and carry forward the systematic advantages of modern professional football in Europe, and continue to try to bring in more Chinese players and continuously implement the development of Chinese players.