I was just thinking about all the recent goals he has scored for the NT. Here is a list of few of 'em: 2000 Asian Cup vs Iran: Noh Jung Yoon low cross, Lee one times it to the roof of the net (and scores the golden goal) 2000 Olympics vs Chile: loose ball off Choi Chul Woo's shot, sidefoots it in past the keeper. this year's friendly against Bahrain: volleys a loose bouncing ball past the keeper for the first goal. 2004 Asian cup vs UAE: a header. 2004 Asian cup vs Kuwait: a free kick goal, and then a one timer tap in from close range. 2004 Asian cup vs Iran: one time tap in from a low cross past Mirzapour. This year's world cup qualifying vs Vietnam: a header. and, just yesterday against Maldives: gets his foot on the ball after it deflect off Cho Jae Jin; one times it in. Notice anything yet? Yes, all of them have been either a one touch tap in/header, or off dead (or loose) balls! This really makes me think that Lee needs to work on creating his own goals. Sure, he does have a gifted one-touch play to his arsenal (and I had to give him that special stat in winning eleven ) which is a great asset for a striker, but I think just poaching in goals isn't going to be good enough in the long run. What happened to his quick, turning, cannonball shots that we saw against Netherlands in 1998 or against Japan in the u-19 asian championships? It seems like he can no longer pull those off anymore, and seem noticeably less agile compared to that time. A truely great striker will create his own goals, and this is something Lee must learn if he wants to start for Korean NT in 2006 (should we make it there). Any thoughts?