This is the dark horse, or the nucleus of a blast.
Daejeon Hana Citizen won 2-1 against Ulsan Hyundai in the 7th round of Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 held at Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 16th.
Daejeon, which caught defending champion Ulsan, who had previously won 6 consecutive wins, secured 14 points and rose to third place.
Before the game, Daejeon coach Lee Min-seong said, “I tried defensively, but the results were always bad. I will go aggressive today. The opponent is Ulsan, but we will play our game,” he declared, saying that he would play head-to-head against Ulsan.
Director Lee’s words were not lies. Daejeon took the lead in the game from the beginning and drove Ulsan. He pressed the opponent from the top, took possession of the ball, and ran the game more aggressively than the opponent.
In particular, the ability to control the waist was outstanding. Ju Se-jong went down deep and delivered the ball, and Lee Jin-hyeon and Bae Jun-ho took part in a linked play going back and forth between the 2nd and 3rd lines. In the first line, Leandro and Thiago moved actively and led the attack.
The first goal was also made by Daejeon. In the 9th minute of the first half, Lee Hyeon-sik took the ball from Seol Young-woo on the right flank and connected it to Lee Jin-hyeon. Lee Jin-hyun, who caught the ball from the right side of the penalty box, looked at the other side of the goal and attempted an accurate left-footed shot, shaking the net.
Daejeon was shaken for a moment by allowing Rubiksson an equalizer in the 18th minute of the first half. However, in the extra time of the first half, Lee Hyun-shik scored a reversed goal and took the lead again. 토토사이트
In terms of ball possession in the first half, Daejeon overwhelmed Ulsan with 58% vs. 42%.
The second half of the game was not significantly different. Until the first 15 minutes of the second half, Daejeon had 58% of the ball, holding the ball longer than Ulsan.
Ulsan, who became in a hurry through the middle of the second half, had more time to own the ball, but Daejeon did not give up easily. In particular, in the last minute, goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun did not allow Ulsan to pursue, continuing a crazy save show.
A large crowd of 16,359 people entered the stadium that day. Ulsan’s away fans also accompanied 1,786 people.
In a game with a large crowd, Daejeon produced a masterpiece game with hot play. It also proved that the blast was not a coincidence with the performance that did not back down against the strongest opponent in the league.
At the end of the game, Daejeon supporters enjoyed victory by singing “Goodbye,” the symbol of Ulsan. Ulsan, which had been going well, suffered the first loss of the season in Daejeon.
Daejeon is no longer a ‘just’ promoted team.