Even with the fatal PK dedication… A fan/director’s heartfelt consolation

In the second half of the tense flow, in a tied situation like thin ice, he dedicated a penalty kick with a fatal mistake. Decisive PK conceded, the team was defeated as it was. However, the fans applauded and cheered the player who made the mistake until the end. 

On the 21st at 6:00 pm at Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon Samsung and Ulsan Hyundai played Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 14. The match, which attracted attention with the confrontation between the 12th place and the 1st place in the league, was followed by an unexpectedly tight match.

In the 5th minute of the first half, Ulsan Rubiksson fired a wonderful left-footed shot. In the 3rd minute, Ahn Byung-jun scored the equalizer from a set piece. In the 40th minute of the first half, Kim Young-gwon scored a surprise mid-range goal to take the lead, but in the 16th minute of the second half, Ki-je Lee scored a free kick goal and the game came to a head.

In the second half, Suwon actively launched an offensive and put pressure on first-place Ulsan. In the 40th minute of the second half after a tight flow, an unexpected mistake came out in the Suwon defense situation. Lee Sang-min, who participated in the defense, kicked a normal floating ball into the Suwon box, but it flowed forward because it did not hit properly. Lee Sang-min tried to kick it again, but Seol Young-woo, who was involved in the attack at the time, was close to the ball. Seol Young-woo tripped over Lee Sang-min’s feet and got a penalty kick. Martin Adam, who started as a kicker, shook Suwon’s net neatly.

Literally a fatal mistake. Immediately after, Suwon tried to counterattack with a long ball until the end, but could not break through Ulsan’s defense. Lee Sang-min, who was replaced just before the end, grabbed his head in regret. 먹튀검증

However, after the match, the fans enthusiastically shouted, “Cheer up, Suwon.” As the players approached the home stands, they shouted “Lee Sang-min” to comfort the players. Only applause and cheering resonated in the stadium.

Coach Kim Byung-soo, who faced the reporters after the game, also said of Lee Sang-min, “I don’t think you have to cry. Is he still only 20 years old?” He continued, “It may be difficult for him to overcome alone, but he is a player with good skills, so I hope he becomes a bigger adult through this opportunity.” At the same time, “Lee Sang-min can start again in the next FA Cup. He thinks he has no time to sit back and be sad.”

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