‘The fighting spirit of the attacker who woke up the champion’ → Ulsan, Ju Min-gyu, who scored multiple goals in case of injury, led to a dramatic 3-3 draw before Daejeon… The ‘undefeated streak’ continues

‘The fighting spirit of the attacker who woke up the champion’ → Ulsan, Ju Min-gyu, who scored multiple goals in case of injury, led to a dramatic 3-3 draw before Daejeon… The ‘undefeated streak’ continues
Article input 2023.05.28. 09:01 p.m. Last modified 2023.05.28. 09:01 p.m. original article
font Enlarging body text by one level Collapse body text by one level body printIt was a dramatic draw for the champion. The striker’s fighting spirit saved the team.

At 7:00 pm on the 28th,메이저사이트 the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 15 Ulsan Hyundai (hereinafter Ulsan)-Daejeon Hana Citizen (hereinafter Daejeon) kicked off at Munsu World Cup Stadium located in Ulsan Metropolitan City. The result of the match was 3-3, a draw. Ulsan gave up consecutive goals to Daejeon. They conceded goals to Leandro in the 25th minute and Massa in the 33rd and 43rd minutes of the first half. Min-deok Kim’s own goal in the 21st minute of the first half and Min-gyu Joo’s comeback goal in the 33rd minute of the second half chased after, but the crisis continued until the last minute. Then, in the 44th minute of the second half, Joo Min-gyu dramatically scored the equalizer.

It was a rather calm flow with Ulsan occupying and Daejeon aiming for the counter. The pendulum of balance was broken midway through the first half. In the 21st minute of the first half, Ulsan Seol Young-woo’s corner kick led to Daejeon’s own goal. Daejeon center back Kim Min-deok put his head in the process of blocking Ulsan’s Kim Young-kwon, who was rushing. However, Kim Min-deok’s header was sucked straight into Daejeon’s goal.

However, bad news struck Ulsan in this sequence. Kim Yeong-kwon sat down on the ground complaining of pain, probably overdoing it, and soon signaled that the game was impossible to continue. Kim Young-kwon tried to hold on, but eventually withdrew from the pitch. In the meantime, Daejeon scored an equalizer.

In the 25th minute of the first half, while Kim Young-gwon was removed and no new resources were put in, Daejeon’s center back Kim Hyun-woo advanced to a high area and fired a shot. The ball left Kim Hyun-woo’s toes and was deflected after hitting players in the penalty box. It was Seol Young-woo who handled the bouncing ball. However, after Seol Young-woo had a hard time clearing it, the ball fell to Daejeon Brazilian Leandro. Leandro broke Ulsan’s net with a powerful shot.

The game developed rapidly. When the game went in an unexpected direction, Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo changed the way the game was played, putting Jeong Seung-hyun in Kim Young-gwon’s place and Rubik’s hand in Hwang Jae-hwan’s place. Later, Kim Hyun-woo received a yellow card in the process of competing for an aerial ball with Ulsan striker Ju Min-gyu. This is because the scene where Kim Hyun-woo’s shoulder hit Joo Min-gyu’s face was directed. Referee Jeong Dong-sik, who oversees the game, showed Kim Hyeon-woo a yellow card.

In the 33rd minute of the first half, another goal was scored. The main character was Martha of Daejeon. In the offensive situation of Daejeon, Leandro’s ball pass went towards Martha, who was nestled around the penalty box. Martha caught the ball with a nice first touch, then fired a powerful shot on the second touch. It was a strong shot that was difficult for Ulsan goalkeeper Cho Hyeon-woo to block. Afterwards, Martha showed a celebration of cleaning Leandro’s soccer boots, who gave her a golden help.

In Daejeon, warnings piled up along with goals. In the 37th minute of the first half, central defender Lim Eun-soo received a yellow card while blocking Ulsan’s key Bako. In the same scene, Anton, a foreigner from Azerbaijan, lay down on the ground and the match was stopped for a while.

Ulsan raised the line quite high and sought an equalizer. In the 39th minute of the first half, Rubikson headed a cross from Park Yong-woo from behind. The ball was caught by Daejeon goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun. Soon after, a long pass with Um Won-sang’s speed was also entered. Lee Chang-geun jumped out this time and handled the ball with a header. In this situation, Daejeon aimed for Ulsan’s rear with a counterattack. Ulsan’s left-back Lee Myeong-jae was booked for blocking Leandro.

In the 43rd minute of the first half, Daejeon added another goal. A long pass came from the defensive line at once, and the ball was connected to Leandro penetrating. Leandro passed a low, fast pass to Massa, who was rushing into the center after falling to the side. Martha beat one Ulsan defender and completed a multi-goal with a calm shot. The game quickly became a situation where the defending champion, Ulsan, was driven to 1-3.

At the end of the first half, Bako wrapped the ball with his left foot and attempted a shot. However, Lee Chang-geun’s save saved Daejeon again. Around this time, the camera also captured a scene in which Jo Min-gyu, who suffered a facial injury in the middle of the front, was bleeding from his nose. Joo Min-gyu endured the pain and struggled through the first half. Ulsan seemed to have a chance to shoot in the extra time in the first half, but the players were out of breath and the ball spilled. Right before the end of the first half, Seol Young-woo received a warning for showing deceptive action. The first half ended 1-3.

As soon as the second half started, Ulsan was on the offensive. I tried to narrow the gap between the two goals by raising the line as much as possible. In the 10th minute of the second half, Bako’s cross was connected to Joo Min-gyu, who was running with a nose injury. Joo Min-kyu succeeded in a sharp header, but Lee Chang-geun’s save shone. In the 12th minute of the second half, a cross came up from the right side again, but Rubikson could not accurately touch the ball.

Ulsan pulled out an important replacement card in the 13th minute of the second half. Central midfielder Lee Kyu-seong was removed and aggressive midfielder Lee Chung-yong was put in. Amid the thunderous cheers of Ulsan fans, the anticipation for Lee Chung-yong was evident. In the 17th minute of the second half, Daejeon also activated a replacement card. Left wingback Anton was removed and Min Joon-young was added to reinforce the energy.

In the 18th minute of the second half, Daejeon almost added another goal. Thiago, who was at the forefront, slipped to the left and passed the ball to the center, and midfielder Lee Jin-hyun, who was rushing in, attempted a shot with high precision. However, the ball slightly missed the gate. At that time, when the score did not recover, the wool-sal fans encouraged the players with the slogan “Cheer up”. Daejeon fans who came to the expedition also raised their voices constantly so as not to lose in the cheering match.

Ulsan activated the last replacement card. In the 22nd minute of the second half, Martin Adam was put in place of Eom Won-sang. And instead of Lee Myeong-jae, Cho Hyeon-taek entered. With two central strikers such as Joo Min-kyu and Martin Adam, it was a replacement that was expected to change tactics.

It seemed that Ulsan would score a comeback goal right away. First, replacement resource Martin Adam shook the net. However, as if there was a problem in the process, referee Jeong Dong-sik canceled the goal through a video review. After that, Martha shot once and Martin Adam shot once, and both teams exchanged goal chances.

In the 31st minute of the second half, Daejeon changed the game. Instead of players who lacked stamina, we reinforced strong resources. Minhyun Gong and Byungkwan Jeon stepped on the ground, excluding Marsa and Thiago, who were outstanding in attack. The number of spectators who visited the Munsu World Cup Stadium around this time was announced. It was 17,251 people.

In the 33rd minute of the second half, Ulsan scored a comeback goal. The scene derived from the corner kick led to Rubik’s hand on the other side, and Rubik’s hand’s cross reached Joo Min-gyu. Joo Min-kyu cut Daejeon’s net with a header. It was a fighting spirit that he managed to score a goal while fighting with an injury. He was an example to his colleagues. After that, Daejeon’s attack continued, and goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo made a save.

The match was fierce until the very end. Ulsan somehow maintained the offensive tension and aimed for Daejeon’s goal, and Daejeon endured and endured with the determination not to allow any more goals. Ulsan, with Ju Min-gyu and Martin Adam’s heavy two-top, became more powerful towards the end of the game.

In the 44th minute of the second half, Ulsan scored a dramatic equalizer. Again, it was Jumin-gyu. Joo Min-gyu finished the ball with an elaborate left foot kick that Martin Adam had lightly pressed down. Now, at the end of the game, the atmosphere has completely passed over Ulsan. Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo also showed expectations for the players until the end with a celebration by raising both hands.

In the end, the match ended 3-3. Ulsan overcame the crisis of defeat with Joo Min-gyu’s fighting spirit. On the other hand, Daejeon left a disappointment by missing all the victories.

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