Fear itself in Ulsan, Seoul and Gangwon, ‘solo system’

Ulsan Hyundai, which is at the top of the professional football K-League 1 alone, plays a role in securing the natural enemy relationship by firmly catching the teams to catch.

Especially for FC Seoul and Gangwon FC, Ulsan is fear itself.

Ulsan won 3-2 in the home game against Seoul in the 13th round of the ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’ held at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 14th.

As a result, Ulsan, who recorded an undefeated streak in 6 matches including 5 consecutive wins, ran to the top with 34 points (11 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss). In particular, with a head-to-head victory over 2nd place Seoul (23 points), the gap between the two teams widened to 11 points. It is still early in the season, but Ulsan, which has solidified its solo system, is raising the possibility of a second consecutive league victory.

In particular, with the victory on this day, Ulsan continued its undefeated streak of 17 consecutive games (13 wins, 4 draws) against Seoul, making it clear that it had a natural enemy relationship.

Ulsan has not lost against Seoul since starting with a 1-0 win on 14 April 2018. The last losing record was on October 28, 2017 (0-3 loss).

Ulsan has already won 2 wins against Seoul this season alone and has 6 points. They also won 2-1 in the third round match held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium in March.

The momentum of Seoul, which recently climbed to second place, was not easy, but they laughed at home once again proving their natural enemy relationship.

Ulsan is on a 25-game undefeated streak against Gangwon. ⓒ Korea Professional Football Federation
Gangwon FC also played a significant role (?) in helping Ulsan build a solo system this season.

Ulsan has won 2 wins against Gangwon twice this season, and has maintained a natural enemy relationship for a longer period than Seoul.

Ulsan have not lost against Gangwon since losing 1-2 on 26 May 2012. With 21 wins (4 draws) in 25 games, including two victories this season, they reigned as the undisputed natural enemy of Gangwon.

In particular, the 25-game undefeated streak is a record for the most consecutive undefeated tie against a specific team in K-League history.메이저사이트

Seoul also ran an undefeated march of 25 matches (17 wins and 8 losses) against Daejeon Hana Citizen, but the day when the record will be broken is just around the corner.

In particular, Ulsan’s 4 wins against Gangwon played a big role in stopping Jeonbuk’s 6-game losing streak last season.

In response, Kim Sang-sik, former coach of Jeonbuk, made an open request (?), saying, “Personally, I want Gangwon to beat Ulsan this year.”

Before the season, coach Choi Yong-soo threw an ambitious ballot, saying, “I will prepare to produce results that will surely harass Ulsan this year.”

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