“Jeonjuseong Fortress” that even Mugosa, who returned, could not penetrate…Jeonbuk beats Incheon to leap to ‘third place’

The power of Jeonbuk Hyundai, which was on track, was strong. Jeonbuk overcame Incheon United, who were aiming for the comeback effect of Mugosa, and rose to third place.

Jeonbuk won 2-0 in the 25th round match of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 against Incheon held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 6th. Jeonbuk, who recorded 40 points, took down FC Seoul (38 points), which drew 2-2 with Pohang Steelers on the 4th, and jumped to third place.

Jeonbuk, which struggled at the beginning 메이저사이트 of the season and fell into the relegation zone, corrected the atmosphere with acting manager Kim Doo-hyun after manager Kim Sang-sik resigned, and began to rise under the current manager Dan Petrescu. Incheon ended its 3-game winning streak.

The match on this day drew attention as it was the return match of Mugosa, who is considered the best foreign striker in Incheon history. Mugosa left Incheon in the transfer market last summer and moved to Vissel Kobe (Japan), but had difficulty getting a chance to play, and returned to Incheon again in the transfer market this summer. This season, Mugosa, who returned after a year to Incheon, whose scoring ability was low due to the problem of the frontline striker, is a thousand soldiers.

However, it seemed that he needed a little more time to melt into his team. Mugosa, who worked with his teammates during the All-Star break, started this day, but showed a lack of coordination with other strikers. Due to heavy rain in the first half, puddles were dug all over the ground, making it difficult to connect the pass.

The heavy rain that caused difficulties in Incheon, on the contrary, was fortunate for Jeonbuk to score the first goal. In the 14th minute of the first half, Jeonbuk Han Kyo-Won attempted a right-footed shot from the front of the goal area, but the rain-soaked ball missed. The ball headed for Park Jae-yong in front of the goalpost, and Park Jae-yong calmly shot with his right foot and scored the goal. Park Jae-yong, who came to Jeonbuk from FC Anyang in the summer transfer market as a replacement after Cho Kyu-seong (Mittwillan) left for Denmark, scored a goal in his first game after joining.

Han Kyo-won scored an additional goal in the 44th minute of the first half. From the left, Jung Woo-jae raised a diagonal cross, which Han Kyo-won finished with a sensational header that only changed direction. Jeonbuk, who finished the first half with a score of 2-0, faced several crises in the second half against Incheon, who pulled the reins of the attack, but Hong Jeong-ho and Petrasek were at the center of the solid defense and did not allow any goals to the end.

Meanwhile, the match between Jeju United and Gangwon FC at the Jeju World Cup Stadium ended in a 1-1 draw. In the 37th minute of the second half, Park Sang-hyeok’s first goal gave Gangwon a 1-0 lead, but in the extra time of the second half, Jeju Hayes kicked a penalty kick from an opponent’s foul. If Gangwon had won, they could have pulled down Suwon Samsung (18 points) and moved out of last place, but they were satisfied with narrowing the difference to one point.

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