“Hyundai Killer” Gangwon Yoon Jung-hwan, “I’m happy to win against the strong team, but I have to keep up the momentum.”

16 September 2023 0 By acquyotonguyenthe.com

Jeonbuk Hyundai lost 1-3 at home to Gangwon FC in the 30th round of the Hana One Q K League 2023 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on Saturday afternoon, despite Gustavo’s early goal.

Including the loss, Jeonbuk is winless in its last five matches (three draws and two defeats) and is now on 43 points (12W, 7D, 11L). Last-place Gangwon, on the other hand, picked up a valuable point away to Jeonbuk to move into 11th place in the league with 24 points (4W, 12D, 14L), one point ahead of Suwon Samsung (22), who have played one game less.

With three draws and one loss in their last four matches, Jeonbuk remain in fifth place with 43 points (12W, 7D, 10L), behind Gwangju FC (45 points) and FC Seoul (43 points).

Heading into the match, Jeonbuk had five players called up to the Asian Games squad. The departures of Baek Seung-ho, Song Min-kyu, Park Jin-seob, Kim Jung-hoon, and Park Jae-yong were expected to create a void in the team.

Jeonbuk took the lead through Gustavo’s first goal in the third minute, but conceded back-to-back goals to Gabriel-Galego just before halftime. They conceded a late goal to Kim Dae-won and lost 1-3.

Kangwon head coach Yoon Jung-hwan said, “First of all, I want to thank the fans who came from far away. They must have been waiting for this victory. We’ve had two weeks of good physical condition, so our strikers did their job,” he smiled.메이저놀이터

“I hope this goal will give us confidence. I hope we can carry this momentum into the next game. I think it gave the players the confidence to believe in themselves. I want to say thank you, and I hope we can continue this atmosphere.”

Yoon has two wins since taking over, and interestingly enough, both came against Hyundai (Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk). “Both teams are teams I’ve been with, but it seems like a coincidence,” he said. “I’m happy to win against a strong team, and we need to keep this momentum going.”

When asked about the key to the win against Jeonbuk, Yoon said, “We didn’t attack the side well for a week, so we tried to fix that and attack the side better. Gallego’s breakthrough was good. I think we made a big impact by utilizing the breakthrough power of Gallego.”

The game was played underwater due to heavy rain in the second half. Coach Yoon Jung-hwan said, “After Kim Dae-won’s wedge goal, it rained a lot, which made it easier. We could see that they would rely on set plays rather than passing,” said Yoon, explaining, “We thought it would be hard to hold on with four defenders, so we had five.”