5 goals in the second half only!
Professional soccer K League 1 Suwon FC scored 5 goals in the second half alone and prevented Daejeon Hana Citizen’s undefeated streak in the opening 5 games.
Suwon FC won a 5-3 come-from-behind victory against Daejeon, where one player was sent off in the second half, thanks to the performance of Lars, who scored multiple goals, and Bitgaram Yoon, who was responsible for the final goal, in the Hanawon Q K League 1 2023 round 6 home game held at Suwon Sports Complex on the 9th. .
Suwon FC jumped 3 steps to 6th place (7 points, 2 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses) and prepared a bridgehead to advance to the top ranks.
Suwon FC, which had been sluggish with only 3 goals in 5 matches, exploded 5 goals only in the second half of the day, showing off an active volcano-like offensive power for a long time, ending its 2-game losing streak.
Daejeon, which ended its opening undefeated march in 5 games, maintained 4th place with a record of 3 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss (11 points).
Daejeon took the lead with Lee Hyun-shik’s first goal of the season in the 4th minute of the first half.
Lee Hyun-shik scored the opening goal by connecting the ball stolen by the opponent’s defense with a powerful left-footed shot from the right side of the penalty arc to the other side of the goal.
Suwon FC, who was hit early, brought in resources under the age of 22 (U-22) such as Jae-yoon Jeong and Jae-woong Jang relatively early in the 12th minute, and put in strikers such as Lee Seung-woo and Lee Kwang-hyuk, but the second goal was also taken by Daejeon.메이저사이트
In the 38th minute of the first half, Thiago broke through to the left sideline, but when goalkeeper Noh Dong-geon came out hastily, he overtook him and fired a grounder shot from the square, splitting the post.
While Suwon FC continued to play aggressively in front of the home fans despite conceding a series of goals, veteran fullback Lee Yong scored a chase goal.
In the 11th minute of the second half, Lee Yong hit the ball back from Lars from the right side of the goal area and shook the net.
It was the first goal he scored after leaving Jeonbuk Hyundai last summer and joining Suwon FC.
As Daejeon made it 3-1 with Tiago’s shot at the door following Leandro’s ground ball cross, which was substituted in the second half, the pendulum of the match seemed to be leaning toward Daejeon, but Lars came out as the solver.
In the 20th minute of the second half, Lars finished the ball with a mid-range shot from Lee Yong-yi from behind, and scored the chase goal, his season’s best, with a 2-3 lead.
Four minutes later, they even equalized through a penalty kick. Previously, a cross from Suwon FC’s Bitgaram Yun from the left hit Daejeon center back Jo Yoo-min’s head and arms in the penalty area one after another, and the referee declared a handball foul.
Lars also induced the departure of Daejeon defender Anton. In the 30th minute of the second half, when Lars faced the goalkeeper one-on-one, Anton grabbed his uniform and received a red card right away.
The winning goal was ‘Captain’ Bitgaram Yoon.
In the 35th minute of the second half, Yoon Bit-garam headed a cross from Lee Kwang-hyeok from the right and made it 4-3.
In the 42nd minute of the second half, Murillo scored a goal that put a wedge in Suwon FC’s victory in a mess before the goal.
Amano winning goal… Jeonbuk beats Incheon and jumps to 7th place awkwardly
At Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonbuk, the ‘team in crisis’, defeated Incheon United 2-0 with difficulty and escaped from a 2-game losing streak.
Jeonbuk, who was struggling with empty space and unstable defense, played the 2nd ‘multi-goal scoreless’ game of this season following the 3rd round (2-0 win) against Gwangju FC and took a step up to 7th place (7 points, 2 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses). got up
Incheon placed 9th (5 points, 1 win, 2 draws, 3 losses).
Both teams failed to find a way out in the first half and continued a tedious search.
In particular, Jeonbuk recorded ‘0 shots’ until Ryu Jae-moon’s mid-range shot came out in the 40th minute of the first half.
Jeonbuk replaced many attackers at the start of the second half. Except for Gustavo, Han Kyo-won, and Min-hyeok Lee, Lee Dong-jun, who returned from injury, Song Min-gyu, and Hapa Silva were put in.
Jeonbuk, which increased their vitality from the front, eventually took the lead with Amano’s opening goal in the 12th minute of the second half.
Amano shook the net with a quick shot when the ball was cleared by the Incheon defense team.
It was Jeonbuk’s debut goal for Amano, who moved his team ahead of this season.
Incheon, driven to the brink of defeat, put the tall centre-back Delbridge up front and tried to equalize with a high-altitude play, but failed.
Rather, Jeonbuk Silva received Ryu Jae-moon’s long pass in the 43rd minute of the second half and broke through to the penalty area and scored the key goal 2-0.
Jeonbuk, which had struggled until the last game as their luxurious foreign strikers failed to score a single goal, was relieved by two foreign players who tasted the goal at once that day.
First win in 6 games, 10th place from last place in Jeju ↑ Gangwon draw groan
Jeju United beat the home team Gangwon FC 1-0 in the ‘team match against no draw’ held at Songam Sports Town in Chuncheon.
Jeju, who posted their first win in 6 games, rose from last place to 10th place (5 points, 1 win, 2 draws, 3 losses), and Gangwon, who suffered 3 consecutive losses, fell to 11th place (3 points, 3 draws, 3 losses).
Gangwon remains as a team that has never won this season, along with Suwon Samsung, which is at the bottom (2 points, 2 draws, 4 losses).
Gangwon took the lead in the second half and threatened Jeju goal several times, but swallowed regrets one after another with inaccurate shooting and goalkeeper Kim Dong-jun’s save.
In the 14th minute of the second half, Kim Dae-won’s shot from the front of the goal area and Lim Chang-woo’s shot at the door following a free kick cross in the 29th minute were all blocked by Kim Dong-jun.
In the 19th minute of the second half, Dino finished the cutback from the left side with a non-stop shot from the left side of the goal by Young Han Gook.
Jeju, who was crouching down, scored first.
In the 30th minute of the second half, Seo Jin-soo dug into the left side of the penalty arc with four defenders and opened the goal with a right-footed kick.