Nearly 20,000 fans filled Jeonju Castle. The cheering of the fans filling the stadium was hotter than ever. However, the performance of Jeonbuk Hyundai, who said they would win at home, was not that of the ‘1st round’.
Jeonbuk ended up with a draw after a poor match at home. Jeonbuk drew 1-1 against Suwon Samsung in the second round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 5th. Jeonbuk, who lost 1-2 in the opening match against Ulsan Hyundai, recording their first opening match loss in 12 years, fell into a draw (1 draw, 1 loss) in their opening two matches in a row. On the other hand, Suwon washed away the pain of the opening game defeat to Gwangju FC by winning a precious point in the difficult Jeonbuk expedition.
Jeonbuk coach Kim Sang-shik said, “I trained well with the players for a week in a bright atmosphere. Today, in front of the home fans, I will definitely bring 3 points,” he said, burning his will to win. Coincidentally, ahead of the game that day, some Jeonbuk fans gathered at the entrance of the Jeonbuk team to encourage victory by shouting, “Get up, Jeonbuk!” Manager Kim said, “The fans will wake up and cheer hard, so I think it was a message of earnestness to win today. I will definitely repay you with victory.”
Jeonbuk seemed to grant the fans’ wishes by scoring the opening goal in the ninth minute of the first half. In the process of digging into the right side of the penalty area, Amano stumbled on Suwon Bultuis and won a penalty kick, which Cho Kyu-seong calmly kicked.
However, in the 16th minute of the first half, the game changed drastically as Suwon replaced Akosti and Ahn Byung-jun at the same time. Accosti, which boasts high speed, persistently dug into the space behind Jeonbuk, and Jeonbuk also began to shake greatly.
Even in the second half, the game did not change much. Then, in the 14th minute of the second half, Akosti finally scored an equalizer, giving Suwon a perfect lead. Accosti, who caught the ball in a counterattack situation, shook the net with a powerful left-footed shot from the right outside the penalty area.먹튀검증
After that, Suwon unilaterally beat Jeonbuk. If it had not been for Jeonbuk goalkeeper Jeong Min-ki’s save, Suwon would have turned the game around a long time ago. In particular, in the 40th minute of the second half, Ahn Byeong-jun and Ko Seung-beom’s headers hit the post one after another and bounced off. On the contrary, it was a heartbreaking moment for Jeonbuk. In desperation, Jeonbuk launched a final all-out offensive by pulling up the line to the goalkeeper in the extra time of the second half, but failed to score a goal in the end.
Jeonbuk, which recently won 5 consecutive wins against Suwon, not only fell behind Suwon in possession (46.2-53.8) and passing (310-373), but also more than doubled in shooting (8-20) and effective shooting (5-10). I couldn’t help but fight in front of the home fans. Jeonbuk will challenge for the first win of the season again in the home game against Gwangju FC on the 12th.