Cho Kyu-seong, who is known as the ‘Thousands and Ones’, returns to Jeonbuk Hyundai.
Jeonbuk and Suwon FC will face off on the 21st at 7pm at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium in the 14th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023.먹튀검증
Both Jeonbuk and Suwon FC, which show signs of a rebound, have 4 wins, 3 draws, 6 losses, and 15 points, but Suwon FC (15 goals) is ahead of Jeonbuk (14 goals) in 8th place, and Jeonbuk is 9th.
Jeonbuk is not losing with 1 win and 2 draws under the system of acting manager Kim Doo-hyun after the resignation of manager Kim Sang-shik. They won the 12th round 3-0 against Suwon Samsung, the lowest ranked team, and reported their first victory in the acting system of Kim Doo-hyun.
Jeonbuk, which had fun by promoting Baek Seung-ho as a second-line midfielder, is deeply troubled. The point is that the sluggishness of the frontline attackers such as Hapa Silva and Gustavo still continues.
Gustavo scored after 11 seconds away from FC Seoul, but this goal was his first goal of the season. Hafa Silva has not yet scored after scoring against Incheon in the 6th round. Currently, the team’s top scorer is Moon Seon-min with 3 goals.
Fortunately, Jeonbuk predicted that Cho Kyu-seong, who was returning from injury, would return to play against Suwon FC. As the top star of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he stayed in Jeonbuk during the winter transfer market and predicted an active performance.
Contrary to expectations, however, Cho Kyu-seong, who did not improve his performance at the beginning of the season, was unable to play for a while due to a calf injury after an A match in March, and returned in two months. It remains to be seen whether his return cannon will explode.
Suwon FC is going on an expedition to Jeonbuk amid sluggishness with two consecutive losses. Above all, the number of injured people is a big problem. Tall striker Kim Hyeon will be sidelined with a groin injury, while Lee Kwang-hyeok and Lee Yong will be sidelined due to adductor muscle rupture.
Defensive power is also a continuing concern under manager Kim Do-kyun. In 3 games in May, Suwon FC allowed 7 runs. The 5 runs against Jeju in the previous round are so painful.
Suwon FC, the team with the most runs (24 runs), is not in a position to solve this situation overnight. You have to raise your score somehow.
It is regrettable that the tip of the spear has recently become dull against top teams. In the recent two consecutive matches against Daejeon Hana Citizen and Jeju United, no goals were scored except for Lars’ goal before Daejeon.
Of course, Suwon FC has good memories of their first match against Jeonbuk at home this season. At that time, Lars’ opening goal in the 26th minute of the first half was kept until the end and won 1-0.
However, it should be noted that Jeonbuk at that time and Jeonbuk today are different in flow and content. Jeonbuk never lost against Suwon FC in their home game with 3 wins and 2 draws in 5 K-League 1 matches.