Na Sang-ho’s ‘multi-goal’ broke out!… FC Seoul, who won the ‘mistake controversy’, won a 3-0 win over Suwon FC

Na Sang-ho크크크벳 (27, FC Seoul) scored multiple goals (two goals) in the presence of soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann, and became the sole top scorer in the K League 1. FC Seoul jumped to second place in the league rankings and revived the atmosphere that had been stagnant due to the ‘mistake controversy’.

Na Sang-ho contributed to the team’s 3-0 victory by completing multiple goals in an away match against Suwon FC in the 10th round of the ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ held at Suwon Sports Complex on the 29th. With this, Seoul took 3 points and climbed to 2nd place (6 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses, 19 points), and Na Sang-ho also scored a total of 7 goals so far, rising to the top of the K-League 1 scoring ranking alone.

Na Sang-ho flew around on this day. He was responsible for not only attacking the right flank using his quick feet, but also showed good movement in defense. After Han Chan-hee’s opening goal in the 21st minute of the first half, Na Sang-ho opened the score to 2-0 with a penalty kick in the 4th minute of the second half. In the process of posting a low cross from the right flank, Suwon’s Murilro hit the ball and a penalty kick was declared. Na Sang-ho stepped up as the kicker and made a successful shot.

An additional goal came in the 27th minute of the second half. Using his speed, Na Sang-ho penetrated into the penalty box, received a pass from Park Dong-jin, and scored the key goal with his left foot. With Jurgen Klinsmann’s soccer team watching the match, Na Sang-ho is expected to receive a certain eye print.

On the other hand, Suwon FC tried to score by launching an attack in the remaining time, but it was not enough. It was regrettable that Lee Seung-woo, Lars, and Lee Kwang-hyuk were absent due to injuries.

In the previous match against Gangwon FC (2-3 loss), Na Sang-ho expressed regret over not being able to score points due to a ‘mistake controversy’. Right after the game, Na Sang-ho said, “I was worried that the team atmosphere itself was down (due to the controversy over misjudgement), but there was a good result because the players performed well during the warm-up process.” Thank you for giving me, and always thank you for coming all the way to the expedition,” he said.

Previously, in the match against Gangwon on the 26th, Seoul lost as it was after Palosevic’s goal was canceled in extra time in the second half. Gangwon’s Min-Woo Seo fell in the penalty box just before Palosevic’s shot, but the referee ruled it a foul on Seoul’s Jin-Ya Kim and canceled the goal.

However, the Korea Football Association referee committee held a non-face-to-face evaluation subcommittee on the 27th and unanimously judged that Palosevic’s goal was canceled at the end of the Seoul-Gangwon match as a ‘misjudgment’.

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