Seoul, 3-1 win in the 100th Super Match… Ulsan and Pohang drew 2-2

 Professional soccer K League 1 FC Seoul won the 100th Super Match against Suwon Samsung in the home. Ulsan Hyundai and Pohang Steelers’ ‘East Coast Derby’ couldn’t decide the game, and Daegu FC beat Daejeon Hana Citizen at home.

Seoul won 3-1 in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 8 home game against Suwon held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 22nd. On this day, 30,186 spectators visited the stadium.

With this, Seoul had an advantage of 40 wins, 35 draws and 25 losses in the previous record against Suwon, and recorded 5 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses (16 points), and climbed to second place in the league.

On the other hand, Suwon sacked manager Lee Byung-geun and tried to change the system with Choi Seong-yong as acting manager, but they failed to break the slump with 2 draws and 6 losses (2 points).

Like a rival match, the early flow was difficult to distinguish between superiority and inferiority. In the 8th minute of the first half, Na Sang-ho set the mood with a shot, and Suwon also counterattacked with Ahn Byung-jun’s shot in the 2nd minute.메이저사이트

It was not easy to seize the perfect opportunity as both teams maintained strong pressure and tight intervals. In the 24th minute of the first half, Lim Sang-hyeop took advantage of a mistake in Suwon’s defense and shot from a golden opportunity, but missed the goal.

The tense atmosphere gradually moved to Seoul after the middle. In the 37th minute of the first half, Ki Sung-yong and Hwang Ui-jo exchanged exquisite passes at the gate of Suwon, and Na Sang-ho shook the net with a left-footed shot in the confusion.

It was Na Sang-ho’s 4th consecutive goal and his 5th goal as he tied for the top spot in the league.

Suwon finished the first half behind after Kim Bo-kyung put his foot in the pre-challenging situation in the first half extra time, but missed the goal.

Entering the second half, the gap between the two teams widened slightly. Seoul warmed up with several corner kicks and free kicks in the Suwon camp, and Hwang Eui-jo scored an additional goal in the 7th minute of the second half.

After the set piece, Hwang Eui-jo opened the goal with a turning shot after Jeong Seung-won failed to properly clear the ball in a pre-trial situation. This is the first field goal scored by Hwang Eui-jo, who returned to the K-League after six years this season, in 2129 days.

After taking a two-goal lead, Seoul managed the game leisurely. In the 13th minute of the second half, Seoul shot after Kim Jin-ya broke through from under the center circle, and in the 20th minute of the second half, Seoul harassed Suwon with a series of shots.

Seoul counterattacked in the 36th minute of the second half, when Na Sang-ho’s shot was hit by the goalkeeper, and Palosevich kicked it, widening the gap to 3-0.

In the 43rd minute of the second half, Mulich scored a comeback goal for Suwon, but there was not enough time or energy to turn the game around.

In the end, Seoul won 3-1 and became the protagonist of the 100th Super Match.

In another derby match, the East Coast Derby, no winner came out.

Ulsan and Pohang drew 2-2 in the head-to-head match held at Ulsan Munsu Stadium. Ulsan, who lost to Daejeon in the previous game, escaped from the crisis of two consecutive losses and recorded 6 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss (19 points).

Pohang recorded 4 wins and 4 draws (16 points), leading the only undefeated streak in the K League 1.

Pohang, the visiting team, took the lead first. In the 14th minute of the first half, Pohang’s Go Yeong-jun dug into the space behind Ulsan, and even surpassed the goalkeeper to score and win.

Afterwards, Ulsan led the game with Joo Min-gyu and Bako, and counterattacked, but it was hard to score a goal. Bako’s mid-range shot in the 21st minute and Lee Kyu-sung’s mid-range shot in the 30th minute were all insufficient to score goals.

Rather, Pohang ran away with one more goal. In the ninth half of the second half, Ko Young-joon, who received a pass from Jeka, dribbled and made a turning shot, 2-0, even with the defender in front.

Ulsan raised the line more and focused on counterattack. Ulsan was constantly driven, but Pohang also aimed for the third goal with a counterattack every time they caught the ball, centered on Zeka.

Ulsan has borne fruit. After a corner kick in the 15th minute of the second half of Ulsan, Joo Min-gyu scored a comeback goal by shooting through a small gap between the goalkeeper and the defender.

Ulsan continued to beat after that, and in the 44th minute, just before the end of the second half, Bakko gained strength. Baco connected the ball that flowed out of the confusion before the goal with a volley shot, which hit the goal post and went inside and equalized.

Both teams played aggressively until the end, but no additional goals were scored, and in the end, a point was shared with a 2-2 draw.

In the match between Daegu and Daejeon held at Daegu DGB Park, Daegu won 1-0.

Daegu, which was somewhat sluggish in the beginning, jumped to 7th place with 2 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses (9 points). Daejeon ranked 4th with 4 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses (14 points).

Daegu won the victory after Sejingya, who returned from injury, scored from a penalty kick in the 18th minute of the first half.

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