National football team striker Cho Gyu-seong left for Europe in the professional soccer K-League 1. Jeonbuk Hyundai is challenging the struggling Daejeon Hana Citizen to win three consecutive victories.
Jeonbuk will play an away match against Daejeon at 7:30 pm on the 12th at the Daejeon World Cup Stadium in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 22.
Jeonbuk, which fell to the relegation zone at the beginning of the season and broke up with manager Kim Sang-sik, succeeded in rebounding after taking over as manager Dan Petrescu, who recently took the helm.
Jeonbuk, which has won two league victories in a row, is in 4th place (33 points). Up to 4th place in the K-League 1 can obtain the right to participate in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions Lease.
Jeonbuk is vowing revenge against Daejeon.
Jeonbuk suffered a 1-2 shock defeat in the home game in the 9th round, the first match of this season against Daejeon.
The variable is the vacancy of goal scorer Cho Kyu-seong, who left Jeonbuk to advance to the Danish league.
On the 9th, Cho Kyu-sung left Korea to finalize his transfer to Danish professional soccer team Mittwillan.
Cho Kyu-seong has recently played a role as a solver for Jeonbuk, scoring the opening goal as a substitute in the home game against FC Seoul on the 8th, which was a farewell match.
However, Jeonbuk, which failed to recruit a replacement right away, plans to fill the void left by Cho Kyu-seong by deploying Min-gyu Song along with Gustavo, an existing offensive resource.
In addition, it is necessary to exert efforts from existing second-line resources such as Hapa Silva, Amano Jun, Lee Dong-jun, and Moon Seon-min.
The promotion team match, which was used in the center of the blast with attack soccer at the beginning of the season, has recently slowed down. They are winless as they have been winless for 4 matches in a row.
The last win was a 2-1 win against Gangwon FC last month. In the home, there has been no victory since the 12th round (2-1 win) against Suwon FC on May 10th.
In the previous round against Suwon Samsung, they took a 2-0 lead, but missed the victory by catching up 2-2.
With 29 points (7 wins, 8 draws, 6 losses, 32 points), Daejeon is 6th in the league. Jeonbuk must be captured to continue competing in the top ranks.
The points are the same as 8th place Gwangju FC (29 points, 27 points), so if you lose, a drop in the rankings is inevitable.
In attack, the reliance is high on Thiago (7 goals), the highest scorer in the team.
After becoming the K-League 2 top scorer (19 goals) with Chungnam Asan last season, Yoo Kang-hyun, who wore a Daejeon uniform, is desperately in need of a revival.
Yoo Kang-hyeon helped Kim In-kyun’s first goal against Suwon last time and produced his first offensive point in the K League 1.
On the same day, leader Ulsan Hyundai invites Incheon United to their home stadium, Munsu Soccer Stadium, and aims for a 6th consecutive win in the league.
Ulsan, who won 1-0 in the ‘East Coast Derby’ against Pohang Steelers on the 8th, recorded 53 points (17 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses) and continued to run for first place.
They are 16 points behind second place Pohang (37 points).
Incheon (24 points), which has prepared a stepping stone to escape from the lower ranks with undefeated in the last two matches (1 win, 1 draw), is determined to continue the upward curve by holding on to Ulsan.
Incheon, which is 10th out of 12 clubs in team scoring with 21 goals so far this season, brought back goal scorer Mugosa, who left for Japan on the 10th, to reinforce their offense.카지노사이트
Mugosa is a special striker who joined Incheon in 2018 and scored 68 goals (10 assists) in 129 games in 5 seasons.
However, due to procedures such as visa application and player registration, it is difficult to play in Ulsan immediately.