Yang Hyeon-joon, a ‘soccer genius’ awakened by eagle training

The sleeping ‘soccer genius’ has finally woken up.

Yang Hyun-joon scored the winning goal with a sensuous right-footed chip shot in the second half of extra time in the Hana 1 Q K-League 1 round 10 away match against Jeonbuk Hyundai at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 29th of last month, leading Gangwon FC to a 1-0 victory.

Gangwon, who captured Jeonbuk following the 3-2 theater victory over FC Seoul, laid the foundation for a mid-table jump by winning the first consecutive win in the opening season.

The solution was Yang Hyeon-jun. The goal instinct at the end of the second half, when the 0-0 trend continued, shined.

Yang Hyun-joon made a surprise appearance last season and received attention by winning the K-League 1 Young Player Award. After scoring 8 goals and 4 assists in the K-League 1, he was called up to the national soccer team and went on a steep rise.

In particular, he made a strong impression with his explosive dribble as a K-League All-Star during a match played by Son Heung-min’s team, Tottenham Hotspur in the English Professional Football Premier League (EPL), in June of last year.

Although he did not make it to the final list for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, the future was more anticipated as the next generation goal scorer to lead Korean football.

However, the start of this season was slow. After the opening and before the game against Seoul, I could not raise any attack points.

There was also the aftermath of his nose bone fracture, but unlike last season, it was pointed out that he lacked decisiveness as he often missed scoring opportunities at decisive moments.

In the match against Jeju United on the 9th of last month, he played only the first half and was replaced, and he showed tears at the team’s 0-2 loss.

It was Choi Yong-soo’s trust in ‘Eagle’ that woke Yang Hyeon-jun.

Coach Choi, who gave shock therapy as an early replacement in the game against Jeju, continued to appoint Yang Hyeon-joon and gave him trust. The so-called ‘pull and hold’ stimulated Yang Hyun-joon’s desire to compete.

Even after losing a last-minute decisive opportunity against Gwangju FC, Yang Hyun-jun was sent as a starter against Seoul.카지노사이트

Coach Choi, who was a famous striker, is a leader who knows the psychology of an attacker better than anyone else. This is the reason why he was able to wait patiently even in the student’s slump.

With coach Choi’s trust, Yang Hyun-joon started to act slowly in the match against Seoul.

With his unique breakthrough power, he helped Park Sang-hyeok’s opening goal and scored his first offensive point, accumulating offensive points in two consecutive games with the winning goal in the match against Jeonbuk.

The ups and downs at the beginning of the season made Yang Hyun-jun stronger. It’s been a bit slow, but his season is just getting started.

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