The K-League 1 Pohang Steelers, who had been undefeated in the opening 9 games, suffered two consecutive defeats and lost momentum.
Pohang lost 1-2 in the away match against Jeju United in the 11th round of the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 held at the Jeju World Cup Stadium in Seogwipo, Jeju Island on the 6th, conceding two goals in the second half.
Pohang (19 points), with 5 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses, remained in 3rd place.
5th place Jeju (5 wins, 2 draws, 4 losses, 17 points), which had three consecutive wins, continued its upward trend by winning 5 wins and 1 loss in the last 6 games.
Jeju took a 52% share in the first half and engaged in a fierce midfield battle, but was dragged away without even recording a single shot.
In the 23rd minute of the first half, Pohang’s forward pressure made an unfortunate mistake and conceded first.
Goalkeeper Kim Dong-jun kicked the ball, but the ball, which did not reach far, passed through Kim Seung-dae and passed to Baek Seong-dong.
At the beginning of the second half, while Jeju gradually raised the offensive level, Pohang’s absurd goal came out.
Grant’s strong kick with his left foot in front of the goal hit central defender Ha Chang-rae and was sucked into the goal, tying the score.
Jeju, who gained momentum, scored an additional goal in the 10th minute of the second half.
In the corner kick situation, Kim Bong-soo’s header hit Grant’s chest and bounced back to Kim Bong-soo. Kim Bong-soo’s follow-up shot hit Grant again and was deflected, shaking the net.
Pohang, which became desperate, swallowed regret when Zeca, who started a counterattack, rolled a shot with his right foot near the left corner of the penalty box in the 23rd minute of the second half and hit the post.
In the 33rd and 37th minutes of the second half, Pohang started a counter-attack by Jeka and Jae-Hoon Cho in the 37th minute, and Oberdan, who launched a counterattack in the 39th minute, sprinted into the penalty box and kicked it with his left foot, but Kim Dong-jun, who advanced by narrowing the angle, blocked it again, giving Jeju victory. kept
Suwon FC defeated Gangwon FC 2-0 at home.
Suwon FC (4 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses, 15 points), which had no wins in the last 3 matches (2 draws, 1 loss), climbed to 6th place by accumulating 3 points.
On the other hand, 11th place Gangwon (2 wins, 4 draws, 5 losses, 10 points), which had been on a winning streak after breaking away from the sluggishness of the opening 8 matches, could not continue its upward trend.
Suwon FC took the lead in the 5th minute.
When Jeong Dong-ho hit the ball from near the half-line and headed for the penalty area, Lars jumped up and shook the net with a high RBI non-stop header.
Suwon FC, aiming for an additional goal, put Lee Seung-woo in at the start of the second half to give strength to the attacking team.
Gangwon-do, which allowed Suwon FC 4 effective shots in the first half, poured out 4 shots in less than 15 minutes of the start of the second half, aiming for a tie.
A crisis came to Suwon FC as Yoon Bit-garam, who had been warned in the 3rd minute of the second half, received another yellow card 14 minutes later during a contest with Seo Min-woo and left the ground.
Afterwards, when they were on the defensive, Suwon FC tried to find a way out with set pieces.
In the 30th minute of the second half, when Murilo’s free kick hit the post in a sharp trajectory, Lee Seung-woo rushed in quickly and shook the net with a diving header, but it was declared offside.
Thirteen minutes later, Murillo headed the net with a gearco free kick. From behind the penalty mark, Murillo’s kick with his right foot bent and was sucked into the corner of the opposite goal, completing a 2-0 victory.
Gwangju FC and Daejeon Hana Citizen, who came up to the professional football K League 1 side by side this season, drew without scoring.
At home, Gwangju swallowed regret as they failed to score even after kicking 10 shots, twice as many as their opponents (5 times).
Gwangju (4 wins, 2 draws, 5 losses, 14 points), which added 1 point each, was in 7th place, and Daejeon (5 wins, 3 draws, 3 losses, 18 points) were in 4th place.
In the match between the two teams, which advocated ‘attack soccer’ that did not drop the line, a fierce battle took place in the first half alone, with a total of 11 shots and 6 effective shots.
In the 12th minute of the first half, Gwangju missed the opportunity first.
After Joo Young-jae broke through the left flank, goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun blocked a mid-range shot that flowed to the goal. When the rushing Lee Kun-hee tried to connect with another shot, Anton, who followed, blocked the goal with a difficult tackle.
15 minutes later, a golden opportunity came to Daejeon.카지노사이트
In the corner kick situation, all the field players in Gwangju went up to the opponent’s penalty box and the back was empty.
At the end of the confusion, the ball went to the rear, and the players of Daejeon launched a fierce counterattack.
It was goalkeeper Kim Kyung-min who saved Gwangju from a crisis.
He parried Jeon Byeong-gwan’s right-footed shot and blocked Yoo Kang-hyeon’s follow-up shot while falling.
In the second half, both teams showed their concentration on defense and overcame the crisis of conceding a goal in the opponent’s offensive.
It was particularly regrettable for Gwangju that they could not capitalize on the scoring opportunity that came in the 22nd minute of the second half.
Uhm Ji-seong’s left-footed cross penetrated the left side of the penalty area, and Lee Chang-geun threw his body away and headed for the empty goal. Then, following the first half, Anton hurriedly cleared again to save Daejeon.