‘Gyeongnam’ down from 1st place vs ‘Gimcheon’ leading after 67 days… 흥미진진 K리그2 23R

The 23rd round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 is about to kick off.

Match of the Round – Gyeongnam, who dropped from first place in 10 days, vs Gimcheon, who rose to first place in 67 days

After five straight wins, Gyeongnam suffered a 0-2 defeat against Jeonnam in Round 21. They followed that up with a 1-1 draw against Seongnam in Round 22. After scoring an average of 2.8 goals per game during their winning streak, they have scored just one goal in their two games without a win. It was a positive that the team’s main man, Gleisson, continued his goal-scoring form with a goal against Seongnam. With just one point from their last two matches, Gyeongnam have fallen from the top spot after 10 days. 온라인카지노

Gimcheon picked up three points with a 3-2 win against Chungnam Asan in round 22. The win moved Gimcheon two points ahead of Gyeongnam and into first place for the first time in exactly 67 days since 13 May. At the centre of their recent rise has been striker Cho Young-wook, who has scored in six consecutive games.

In Gyeongnam and Gimcheon’s first meeting of the season, Gyeongnam won 2-0 thanks to goals from Gleison and Lee Jun-jae. The two teams, who will be fighting for the top spot, will meet at the Changwon Football Centre on the 23rd at 7:30pm.

Team of the Round – ‘Gimpo’ looks to make it three in a row against Ansan

Gimpo continued their winning streak with a 1-0 victory over Seoul Eland in Round 22 in midweek. With the win, they moved up two places in the standings, from sixth to fourth. Gimpo has now conceded 12 goals in 20 matches since the start of the season. This is tied for the lowest number of goals conceded after the opening 20 games in K League 2 history (Jeonnam in 2021). As long as the attack holds up, Gimpo can certainly look towards a higher position.

Gimpo will host Ansan in round 23. They were winless against Ansan last season, drawing two and losing two, but recorded their first win in their first meeting this season, beating Ansan 3-2. Ansan are in a terrible slump, having lost their last nine matches in a row. Moreover, Ansan is yet to win away from home this season with two draws and eight defeats. For Gimpo, the trip to Ansan is a great opportunity to extend their winning streak to three games.

Gimpo will be looking to make it three in a row on Monday Night Football on the 24th, kicking off at 7pm at Gimpo Solter Football Field.

Player of the Round – Lamaras (Busan) warms up with their first goal in two months

Ramas has appeared in 17 matches this season, scoring five goals and adding four assists. He has been an integral part of Busan’s attack, as they have won five, drawn two and lost one of the eight games in which he has contributed an attacking point.

Among K League 2 players who have played at least 10 games this season, Ramas ranks among the top in direct attacking data such as 4.04 shots per 90 minutes (2nd) and 1.54 shots on target (4th), as well as indirect attacking data such as 5.14 successful passes into the attacking area (3rd) and 1.69 successful passes from outside the penalty box (3rd).

Busan, who have lost two in a row, had a break in Round 22 and will host Anyang in Round 23. Ramas scored against Seongnam in Round 21, his first taste of goal in nearly two months. The match between Busan and Anyang will take place at the Busan Asiad Stadium on the 24th at 7.30pm to see if the warmed-up Ramas can save the team from back-to-back defeats.

Rested team: Jeonnam

The data in the preview is based on the official supplementary data of the K League (provided by Bepro11).

<Hana One Q K League 2 2023 Round 23 Match Schedule

  • Chungbuk Cheongju : Seoul Eland (23 July (Sun) 7 pm Cheongju Stadium, skySports, Living Sports TV)
  • Gyeongnam : Gimcheon (23 July (Sun), 7:30 pm, Changwon Football Centre, Channel A Plus)
  • Chungnam Asan : Bucheon (Sunday, 23 July, 7:30 p.m., Yi Sunshin Stadium, IB SPORTS)
  • Cheonan : Seongnam (Sunday, 23 July, 8 p.m., Cheonan Sports Complex, BALL TV, GOLF&PBA)
  • Gimpo : Ansan (Monday, 24 July, 7pm, Gimpo Solter Football Stadium, Channel A Plus)
  • Busan : Anyang (Monday, 24 July, 7:30 p.m., Busan Asiad Stadium, skySports, Lifestyle Sports TV, BALL TV, Spomon TV)

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