Suwon FC wins ‘Suwon Derby’… Escape from a 4-game losing streak

Suwon FC escaped from a 4-game losing streak by winning the second ‘Suwon Derby’ of the season against Suwon Samsung.

Suwon FC, led by head coach Kim Do-kyun, won 2-1 against Suwon Samsung with goals from Yoon Bit-garam and Oh In-pyo and Han Ho-gang’s comeback goal in the professional soccer ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’ round 16 away match held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 3rd. and broke the chain of 4 consecutive losses. It is the second consecutive win against Suwon in the season.메이저놀이터

It also changed the record that the home team has won in all six Suwon derbies played since December 2021. Suwon FC recorded 5 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses, with 18 points, while Suwon was still at the bottom with 2 wins, 2 draws, 12 losses and 8 points.

Suwon FC struggled with Suwon’s forward pressure at the beginning of the game. As they increased their possession, they stopped Suwon from attacking fiercely with mid-range shots and counterattacks.

In the 20th minute of the first half, Suwon headed Park Dae-Won’s cross from Lee Ki-Jae, and Lee Sang-Min headed it up with a right-footed shot, but Suwon FC’s defense did not result in a goal.

Suwon FC, which was looking for a chance to counterattack in the defensive, scored the first goal in the 43rd minute. In front of the Suwon penalty box, Jang Jae-woong saw an empty space and lifted the ball, and Yoon Bit-garam volleyed it and split the goal.

Having lost the opening goal, Suwon replaced Akosti and Jeon Jin-woo in the second half to try to change the attack and knocked on the Suwon FC goal, but failed to create a decisive chance.

In the 11th minute of the second half, Suwon FC replaced Oh In-pyo, Park Joo-ho, and Lee Seung-woo to solidify. And in the 22nd minute of the second half, he scored an additional goal. Goalkeeper Park Bae-jong’s goal kick was dropped by Lars, and Oh In-pyo, who was replaced, hit the right side of the penalty area and fired a right-footed shot.

In the 33rd minute of the second half, Yu Je-ho attempted a bold mid-range shot, but Suwon FC goalkeeper Park Bae-jong threw himself to block it.

In the 36th minute of the second half, Suwon, which continued the offensive, scored a consolation goal in the 36th minute of the second half when Lee Gi-je’s sharp kick was cut into the goal by Han Ho-gang’s header.

In the 40th minute of the second half, Suwon FC, who had conceded, connected Lee Seung-woo to Lars in front of the penalty box in a counterattack situation with a bold shot, but it hit the post and exclaimed. At this time, Lee Seung-woo tried again for the second ball that flowed out, but it was caught in a super save by Suwon goalkeeper Yang Hyeong-mo.

Suwon FC, who caught the mood again in extra time, increased their possession and launched an attack, aiming for an additional goal, but the game ended without any more goals.

Manager Kim Do-gyun, who is the ‘winner’, said, “It is considered valuable because it is a victory after 4 consecutive losses. It feels good to see the players’ will to do what they want to do on the pitch,” he said.

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