Crouching Daegu scored 2 goals in a counterattack and won… Gwangju fell to 9th place without a win in the 6th game

Daegu FC caught the ‘promoted team’ Gwangju FC with a fierce counterattack.

Daegu defeated Gwangju 2-0 in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 13 away game held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 13th. Daegu (5 draws, 4 losses, 17 points), which took its 4th win of the season, rose to 6th place, and Gwangju (4 wins, 2 draws, 7 losses, 14 points) fell to 9th place. Gwangju has not won in six games since the home game against Gangwon FC on the 23rd of last month (0-0 draw). In the previous five games, only two goals were scored, and on this day, the opponent’s goal was not opened, and the worry about scoring deepened.

Daegu, whose main foreign strikers such as Sejingya and Edgar were missing from the list due to injuries, tried to counterattack by lowering the line from the start. In the first half, he never created a shooting opportunity.

Gwangju also launched an offensive by increasing their possession to 67% in the first half, but made many passing mistakes near the penalty area. At the start of the second half, Gwangju coach Lee Jeong-hyo replaced Lee Kun-hee with tall striker Huh Yul, who was taller than 190 cm, aiming for a goal.

In the 17th minute of the second half, Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon took out Kim Young-joon and put Baselus in the game. Basellus, who has plenty of stamina, showed a lot of activity on the left flank, and Daegu, who quickly switched between offense and defense, scored first two minutes later.토토사이트

2004-year-old midfielder Park Se-jin, who caught the ball in the penalty area at the end of a link between Baselus and Hong-cheol from the left flank, aimed for the bottom of the opposite goal, and the shot kicked one beat quickly was sucked in. In the 31st minute of the second half, Ko Jae-hyun added a goal in a counterattack situation.

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