Seoul beats Gangwon and regains second place in K-League 1… Leading Ulsan drew 3-3 with Daejeon

 FC Seoul defeated Gangwon FC with Willian’s winning goal and regained second place in the K-League 1.

Seoul won 1-0 in the home game against Gangwon in the 15th round of the Hana 1 Q K League 1 held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th.

Seoul, which had 8 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses (27 points), had the same number of points as Jeju, but was ahead in many points and became second in one day. Seoul has 29 goals and Jeju has 23 goals.

On the other hand, Gangwon stayed in 11th place with 2 wins, 5 draws and 8 losses (11 points).

The match drew attention as it was the first meeting between the two teams since the confrontation on April 26 (Gangwon won 3-2).

At that time, Seoul lost a point due to a decisive error by the referee during extra time in the second half. Afterwards, the Korea Football Association refereeing committee judged the situation in which Palosevic’s score was not recognized at the time as a misjudgment, and sanctioned referee Chae Sang-hyeop, who was the referee for the Seoul-Gangwon match, to exclude the weekend game.

Even in the heavy rain, Seoul aimed for the Gangwon goal through high possession from the beginning. Against this, Gangwon launched a counterattack strategy after the player defense.

Gangwon, who was crouching down, missed the opportunity to take the lead in the 17th minute when Kim Dae-woo’s left-footed shot from the front of the arc slightly missed the goal.

Immediately reorganized, Seoul left a sense of disappointment as Kim Joo-sung’s header was blocked by goalkeeper Yoo Sang-hoon’s super save from a corner kick in the 23rd minute of the first half.

In the 27th minute of the first half, Willian scored the opening goal for Seoul, which continued to drive.

Willian, who caught the ball near the half-line, shook Gangwon’s net with a powerful right-footed mid-range shot from the front of the arc after breaking through the solo dribble. Willian’s third league goal. Willian has gained momentum by scoring three goals in his last four matches.

In the 36th minute of the first half of Gangwon, Park Sang-hyeok was left out and forward striker Lee Jeong-hyeop stepped on the ground.

At the beginning of the second half, Gangwon put Gallego in place of Seo Min-woo, but the flow did not change easily.

In the 17th minute of the second half in Seoul, Im Sang-hyeop and Kim Shin-jin stepped on the ground, excluding Palosevich and Willian. In the 25th minute of the second half, Hwang Eui-jo’s header was blocked by the goalkeeper.

Gangwon-do Kim Dae-won and Hwang Moon-ki, who needed a comeback goal, stepped up the offensive, but could not easily break through Seoul’s defense.

Seoul counterattacked, and at the end of the match, Lim Sang-hyeop’s shot went straight to the opponent’s goalkeeper. In the end, Seoul kept the lead of 1 goal and harvested 3 points.

In Ulsan, leader Ulsan Hyundai couldn’t decide the match with Daejeon Hana Citizen after a slugfest with a score of 3-3.

Ulsan, who lost 1-2 in Daejeon on the 16th of last month and recorded their only loss of the season, struggled against Daejeon that day as well. Ulsan, who had been drawn 1-3 in the first half, drew 3-3 with Ju Min-gyu scoring two goals in the second half.

The leader Ulsan ran undefeated in 8 games (6 wins, 2 draws) and greatly outpaced the teams in the second place with 12 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss (38 points). Daejeon is in 5th place with 6 wins, 4 draws and 5 losses (22 points).

Ulsan took the lead with an own goal in the 20th minute of the first half, but after that, Daejeon drove hard and took the lead. Daejeon took a two-goal lead with Leandro’s equalizer in the 24th minute and Massa scoring additional goals in the 32nd and 42nd minutes of the first half.

In the second half, Ulsan launched an all-out offensive, and in the 26th minute of the second half, substitute Martin Adam’s score was declared offside and hit the ground.

In the 32nd minute of the second half, Joo Min-gyu scored a comeback goal for Ulsan, who continued to aim for the Daejeon goal. Joo Min-kyu headed Rubiksson’s cross into the net. Due to bleeding in the first half, Joo Min-gyu, who put a tissue in his nose and burned his fighting spirit, showed off his killer instinct.

In the 43rd minute of the second half, Ju Min-gyu scored an equalizer for Ulsan. Receiving an exquisite pass from Martin Adam, Joo Min-gyu scored the 8th goal in the league with a calm left-footed shot. Joo Min-gyu and Na Sang-ho of Seoul rose to the joint lead in scoring.토토사이트

No more goals were scored, and the two teams eventually tied 3-3 after a 6-goal skirmish.

In Suwon, Gwangju beat Suwon FC 2-0 and escaped from a slump in the last 7 matches (3 draws and 4 losses).

Gwangju, with 5 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses (18 points), is equal to Jeonbuk Hyundai (18 points) in 7th place in terms of points and points (17 goals), but is behind in goal difference (Jeonbuk +4, Gwangju -1) and is in 8th place. Suwon FC fell to 9th place (15 points).

Gwangju won with Timo’s winning goal in the 30th minute of the second half, followed by Asani’s additional goal 8 minutes later.

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