Unresolved asthenia… ‘Already 5 losses’ Jeonbuk, have they given up on winning the championship?

As soon as he returned home from a business trip to Europe, the national soccer team coach Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany) watched the match in person, and the game was kicked off in the cold and heavy air. It wasn’t just the chilly wind and the weather that was only 10 degrees above zero. A fan of the home team, Jeonbuk Hyundai, visited Jeju Island to watch an away match against Jeju United on the 23rd, but passed away in an unexpected accident, creating an atmosphere of remembrance.

After receiving the heartbreaking news, the Jeonbuk team attached black ribbons to the 9th round home game of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ against Daejeon Hana Citizen held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 26th. The sluggish performance and the ‘refusal to cheer’ caused by the conflict between the club and the fans as a result disappeared for a while in a kind of truce, but the cold air flow remained the same. Only occasional applause and exclamation came from the cheering seats for the home team, but it was the visiting fans who gave out hot cheers throughout the game.

The result was disastrous, like the spectators who dropped to 5,000 people. Jeonbuk lost again. In Daejeon Hana, in the 5th minute of the second half, right fullback Kim Ji-hoon’s sharp cross was deeply involved in the attack, and central defender Anton jumped into the net with a left-footed shot. At the end of the second half, Jeonbuk Jeong Tae-wook made up for it with a header goal, but Daejeon Hana did not miss a 2-1 victory. Jeonbuk, which started a rebound with the victory in Jeju, took 5 losses (3 wins, 1 draw, 10 points) and moved further away from the championship competition, while Daejeon Hana took 5 wins, 2 draws, 2 losses and 17 points, taking the 3rd place. Recaptured.

The 90-minute showdown started with a change. Aware of the long-awaited midweek game and short break, both teams attempted a wide rotation. Jeonbuk played three under-22 (U-22) cards, and changed more than half of the match against Daegu FC in the 8th round.

Jeonbuk’s bench was greatly embarrassed by the bold decision of the promoted team to visit Jeonju for the first time in eight years since September 2015. Head coach Kim Doo-hyun, who replaced head coach Kim Sang-sik, who was ejected from the Jeju expedition due to a violent protest, said, “Usually, the opponents we meet change in the second half. It looks like we’ve seen a gap. We need a strong mental armament,” he said.

Even so, Jeonbuk was lethargic. Daejeon Hana led the first half, as manager Lee Min-seong said, “I hope fresh players will take a chance.” Jeonbuk tried to change the situation by introducing Song Min-gyu and Amano Jun at the same time in the 38th minute of the first half, but could not change the flow.

In the end, as soon as the second half entered, he made a fatal goal. Kim Ji-hoon, who assisted Anton’s goal, is the first side defender to appear this season, 토토사이트 and before the match, coach Lee said, “I’ve been keeping an eye on the player since I took office,” and looked forward to his performance. Jeonbuk, who was on fire, put Gustavo and Choi Cheol-soon in to try to achieve height and stability, but Daejeon Hana’s replacement card was much better. In the 17th minute of the second half, Lee Jin-Hyun scored the winning goal with an amazing corner kick. At the end of the second half, Jeong Tae-wook made up for it with a header goal, but Jeonbuk had no purpose or direction.

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