Park Dae-ro = Professional soccer K-League 1 ‘defending champion’ Ulsan Hyundai beat Gangwon FC and won two consecutive victories.

Ulsan won 1-0 with Um Won-sang’s winning goal in an away match against Gangwon in the second round of Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 held at Songam Sports Town in Chuncheon on the afternoon of the 5th.

Ulsan, who beat Jeonbuk Hyundai 2-1 in the opening game on the 25th of last month, ran two consecutive wins.먹튀검증

On the other hand, Gangwon suffered two consecutive losses in the opening season.

Ulsan, which had a starting lineup of Martin Adam, Bakko, and Ataru, brought in Jang Si-young, born in 2002, in the 21st minute of the first half, and put Won-sang Um in early, throwing the game.

Gangwon started with Yang Hyeon-jun, who won the K-League 1 Young Player Award last season, as well as Dino and Kim Dae-won.

Ulsan, who finished the first half scoreless at 0-0, broke the balance with Eom Won-sang’s first winning goal in the 4th minute of the second half.

After blocking Gangwon’s attack, he snatched a long pass from Park Yong-woo in a counterattack opportunity, and then beat the opponent’s goalkeeper and scored with a left-footed shot.

Ulsan, who had the chance to win, began to solidify by replacing Joo Min-gyu, Kim Min-hyeok, and Cho Hyun-taek, starting with Rubiksson, the man who scored the winning goal in the opening game.

Gangwon, who became desperate, tried to score an equalizer by replacing Gallego, Alibayev, and Kevin, but ultimately failed to open Ulsan’s goal.

Jeonbuk and Suwon Samsung tied 1-1 at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium where the ‘Kim Bo-kyung Derby’ was held.

Jeonbuk failed to win their first match with two consecutive draws (1 draw, 1 loss, 1 point) following the loss in the opening game.

Suwon, which was 0-1 to the promoted team Gwangju FC in the first round, also has 1 draw and 1 loss (1 point).

In the 9th minute of the first half, Jeonbuk succeeded in taking the penalty kick awarded by Jun Amano as the kicker, and took the lead. This is the first goal of the season for Cho Kyu-seong, who was the K-League 1 top scorer with 17 goals last season.

However, Jeonbuk missed an extra goal and gave Suwon an equalizer in the second half.

Suwon balanced the game with a powerful left-footed shot after Akosti, who transferred from FC Anyang this season, beat Jeonbuk defender Kim Jin-soo.

Afterwards, both teams failed to score additional points.

Jeonbuk’s Cho Kyu-seong broke the net once more, but it was canceled due to a foul. In Suwon, Byung-jun Ahn and Seung-beom Ko hit the ground one after another.

In the match between Gwangju FC and FC Seoul held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium, Seoul won 2-0.

Seoul won 2 consecutive wins and accumulated 6 points. Gwangju stayed at 3 points with 1 win and 1 loss.

Gwangju scored a goal in the 39th minute of the first half, but it was not recognized as a goal. Uhm Ji-seong broke the dribble from the half-line and shook the net, but the goal was canceled after it was judged that Sandro pushed Seoul defender Kim Joo-seong.

In the 10th minute of the second half when the score was 0-0, Um Ji-seong was sent off due to an accumulation of warnings. Seoul, which had a numerical advantage, scored the opening goal in the 13th minute of the second half. Osmar shook the net with a header from a cross from Clinical Consultation. In the 45th minute of the second half, Park Dong-jin headed Lee Si-young’s cross and scored an additional goal. The game ended with Seoul winning 2-0.

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