1st place Gimcheon Sangmu ‘6 consecutive home wins’…12 goals from Cho Young-wook

Strong at home, Gimcheon Sangmu consolidated their lead at the top of the K League 2 with their sixth consecutive home win under head coach Jung Jung-yong.

In their 26th round home match against Seoul Eland FC of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 at Gimcheon Sports Complex on Liberation Day, Gimcheon Sangmu scored three second-half goals to record their second consecutive 4-0 victory.

Gimcheon, who had been targeting the opposition goal from the start of the match with Cho Young-wook in the center of their attack, struggled to find the back of the net with their finishing, but Won Doo-jae’s first goal of the season in the final minute of the first half gave them a 1-0 halftime lead.

In the second half, Gimcheon began to find their stride at home and secured the perfect home win with a further goal from Lee Jun-seok, a wedge goal from Cho Young-wook just before half-time, and Politician’s second goal of the season.

With a strong showing with goals from evenly matched players along with a lively offense, Gimcheon moved one step closer to winning the league title with the highest home winning percentage in the K League 2 stage.

Cho Young-wook, who scored the team’s third goal in the final minute of the match, became the league’s top scorer with 12 goals, opening up a lead in the top scorer’s race with Gyeongnam Glayson and Jeonnam Valdivia, who have 11 goals each.

Coach Jung Jung-yong, who has guided the team to six consecutive home wins, praised the attacking line’s ability and said, “The defense in the midfield along with the center backs are also adjusting to the concept. I hope we can continue to keep clean sheets no matter how we win,’ and he also attributes the stabilization of the defense.

Gimcheon, which is four points ahead of second-place Busan, will play an away match against the Jeonnam Dragons on the 20th.메이저사이트

Coach Jung Jeong-yong, who watched the team’s first game since taking over, the Round 16 match against Jeonnam on June 4, from the headquarters seats, said that the defeat was due to a lack of offense, and vowed to continue their winning streak against Jeonnam in an away match that will be played against all teams since his arrival.

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