Silva – Manager Kim Sang-sik was sent off, but… ‘third from the bottom’ Jeonbuk, with the help of veterans such as Han Kyo-won, Choi Chul-soon, and Hong Jeong-ho, rose to 7th place

It was a difficult match. Following Hafa Silva, coach Kim Sang-sik was sent off. However, Jeonbuk Hyundai managed to restore the DNA of the famous family in the past. With the help of veterans such as Han Kyo-won and Choi Cheol-soon, they overcame the hurdles of the Jeju expedition.

Jeonbuk won 2-0 against Jeju United in the 8th round of Hana 1 Q K League 1 (Part 1) 2023 held at Jeju World Cup Stadium on the 23rd at 4:30 pm. With this, Jeonbuk took their 3rd win of the season in 8 games and moved up to 7th place. 3 wins, 1 draw, 4 losses, 10 points. Jeju fell to 10th place with 2 wins, 2 draws, 4 losses and 8 points.카지노사이트

On this day, Jeonbuk had nowhere to back down. Excluding 11th place Gangwon FC (4 draws, 4 losses, 4 points) and the lowest place Suwon Samsung (2 draws, 6 losses, 2 points), they were ranked 10th, the lowest. The strongest team in the 2010s and 2020s has crashed this season. If they lost by this day, there was a concern that the atmosphere in the lower ranks would become fixed. 

Jeonbuk consisted of Song Min-gyu-Silva-Lee Dong-joon’s offense, Jung Woo-jae, Amano Jun, Baek Seung-ho, and Park Chang-woo’s midfield line, Park Jin-seop, Kim Geon-woong’s defense, and Jeong Tae-wook’s defense, and goalkeeper Kim Jeong-hoon’s back. 

Jeju, which recently won three consecutive victories, including the FA Cup, led by Yuri Jonatan, Kim Dae-hwan, Ji Sang-wook, Ahn Hyun-beom, Lee Chang-min, Koo Ja-cheol, and Lee Ju-yong formed the midfield line, Kim Oh-gyu, Kim Joo-won, and Kim Bong-soo on the defense line, and goalkeeper Kim Dong-jun formed the rear. did. 

The counterweight in the fierce match was not turned to one side until the 40th minute in the first half. It was Song Min-gyu. After turning the defense once inside the opponent’s penalty box, he scored the first goal with a ground ball shot aimed at the gap between the two defenders.   

A 1-0 lead against Jeju is disappointing. It could have been tied at any time. Here, in the 30th minute of the second half, Silva received a yellow card for using his heel during an aerial contest with Kim Joo-won. Silva, who had already received a yellow card in the 36th minute, was sent off with two yellow cards.

Jeonbuk, who had to fight 10 vs. 11, was in trouble, and even manager Kim appealed from the bench and received a red card from the referee. A situation in which players and managers were sent off in a row. Even the lead situation that made it difficult could collapse.

At this time, the veterans showed their power. In the 44th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk took out Baek Seung-ho and Park Chang-woo and put Maeng Seong-woong and Choi Chul-soon at the same time. Choi Chul-soon is an old player representing Jeonbuk and the K-League, and it was his first appearance this season. Jeonbuk scored a key goal within one minute of Choi Chul-soon’s input.

This time, it came from the tips of veterans. In the 9th minute of the second half, Han Kyo-Won, who replaced Lee Dong-Jun, who was not in good shape, took over as the fixer. Han Kyo-won focused on finishing the ball that flowed to him in a pre-marital situation. In the previous situation, it was Han Kyo-won who performed the role of the attack spearhead following the interception. 

Eight minutes of extra time were given in the second half, and Jeonbuk called in Jun Amano and put in veteran defender Jeong-Ho Hong. Jeju’s belated offensive continued, but Jeonbuk won 3 points, like gold, on the away trip thanks to the combination of old and new veterans such as Han Kyo-won, Choi Cheol-soon and Hong Jeong-ho, and young players such as Song Min-gyu, the first goal.

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