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‘Invincible home re-release’ Daejeon, Martha and Jeon Byeong-gwan consecutive goals + Lee Chang-geun save = 3rd place jump

Professional football K-League 1 Daejeon Hana Citizen, who are showing a strong side at home, beat Suwon FC at home and rose to third place.

In the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 12 home game held at Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 10th, Martha and Jeon Byeong-gwan’s consecutive goals and goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun’s save saved Suwon FC by 2-1 and continued the ‘promoted team blast’. .

Daejeon (3 draws, 3 losses, 21 points), which won its 6th win of the season, moved up to 3rd place by lowering Pohang Steelers (20 points, 5 wins, 5 draws, 2 losses) to 4th place.

Suwon FC failed to avoid the 5th loss of the season (4 wins, 3 draws, 15 points), even though Bitgaram Yoon, who was sent off from the previous Gangwon FC match due to accumulated warnings, participated with a reduction from the Korea Professional Football Federation Prize and Punishment Committee, and stayed in 6th place.

Daejeon saw the fruit of increasing the intensity of forward pressure from the beginning with Martha’s ‘lucky goal’ in the 15th minute of the first half.

When Goalkeeper Noh Dong-gun kicked the ball back, it hit Martha’s body and flowed nearby, and Martha kicked it quickly and shook the net.

Suwon FC, who had only 1 effective shot after 7 shots in the first half, seemed to score with an accurate long pass to Lars in the 2nd minute of the second half. But this time, Lars’ shot was blocked by goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun.

Suwon FC, who failed to make up for the goal, eventually conceded an extra goal in the 11th minute of the second half. During the counterattack, Jeon Byeong-gwan, who ran on the right side, kicked a right-footed strong shot from the edge of the penalty box and hit the top of the opposite goal.

Suwon FC followed up a goal 4 minutes later with a right-footed shot by Lars, who received a forward pass from Luan.

In the 18th minute of the second half, Lee Seung-woo tried to tie the score with a thunderbolt right-footed mid-range shot, but Lee Chang-geun made it difficult for Suwon FC.

In the 20th and 22nd minutes of the second half, Lee Chang-geun also blocked all of Lee Seung-woo’s and Murillo’s successive shots on target, defending the Daejeon goal.

In the 24th minute of the second half, Daejeon replaced Jeon Byeong-gwan with Gong Min-hyeon, a central striker who played in his 300th professional game, to increase the pressure again and win without losing any additional points.

■ Jeju Ahn Hyeon-beom’s first half goal and Hayes’ additional goal in the second half 

Jeju United defeated Incheon 2-0 at home and went on a four-game winning streak.

Jeju (20 points, 6 wins, 2 draws, 4 losses, 15 goals), which showed an upward trend with 6 wins and 1 loss in the last 7 games, rose to 5th place with no difference in points from 4th place Pohang (16 goals), and is on the verge of entering the top ranks in earnest.

On the other hand, Incheon (12 points, 3 wins, 3 draws, 6 losses), which could not get out of the lower ranks at the beginning of the season, fell into a losing streak and fell to 10th place.

Jeju took the lead with Ahn Hyun-beom’s goal in the 17th minute of the first half.

Ahn Hyun-beom, who ran from the right side to the space behind the defense following the exquisite penetrating pass of Koo Cha-jeol, calmly kicked the ball and scored the opening goal.

Even in the second half, Incheon, which only shot three times without scoring, was unable to reverse the game, being pushed back by Jeju’s offensive, such as giving Hayes a mid-range goal in the 44th minute of the second half.

■ Jeonbuk Kim Doo-hyun’s debut victory… Suwon Kim Byeong-soo, who fell into the worst slump in his debut game,

shot a signal of a rebound by winning the ‘Battle of Destruction’ against Suwon Samsung, which fell to the bottom.

In the away game held at Suwon World Cup 메이저사이트Stadium on the 10th, Jeonbuk won a complete victory over Suwon, 3-0, in which 10 players fought with Baek Seung-ho’s multi-goal.

Jeonbuk, who won in 4 matches, rose from 10th place in the relegation zone to 7th place (14 points, 4 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses), laying the foundation for entering the upper ranks.

Head coach Kim Doo-hyun, who took the helm as an acting manager in place of former manager Kim Sang-sik, who resigned voluntarily due to poor performance, made his managerial debut in two games.

Coach Kim Byung-soo, who was appointed as Suwon’s new manager on the 4th and made his debut that day, postponed his first win to the next opportunity.

In the 11th round match against FC Seoul (1-1 draw), Jeonbuk, where Gustavo scored the first goal in 11 seconds, took the lead as Moon Seon-min succeeded in scoring a minute before the whistle blew.

Jeonbuk also took the second goal. In the 40th minute of the first half, Moon Seon-min’s cross was dropped to Rafael Silva’s head, and Baek Seung-ho connected it with a right-footed shot to make it 2-0.

After conceding two goals, Suwon tried to change right after the start of the second half by omitting Mulich and Kim Tae-hwan and introducing Ahn Byung-jun and Ryu Seung-woo. Suwon created a scene close to scoring in the 3rd and 5th minutes of the second half, but Jeonbuk’s net was not easily shaken.

Busy Suwon went on the offensive, but Bassani was injured and in the 19th minute of the second half, the key defensive player, Bultuis, was sent off due to accumulated warnings. 

Jeonbuk ran away 3-0 as Baek Seung-ho completed multiple goals with a direct shot during the free kick, and the game ended with Jeonbuk’s victory.

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