Exclusive interview with young Chinese footballer Li Sirong

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At the end of January, a young football player’s name blew up on Chinese social media. That was Li Sirong, also known as Sam Li, and the son of former Chinese international footballer Li Ming. At 17, Li Sirong just signed a contract with the Netherlands’ first division’s club ADO Den Haag until 2024. CGTN interviewed the future sports star to learn about his story.

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