K League 1 Daegu beat ‘Lingard’ Seoul 2-1 to win its first consecutive game of the season

Gangwon, Ulsan have a new 1-0 victory…Jeonbuk defeated Gwangju 3-0
0-1 dulmi against leading Pohang and Suwon FC…11G Unbeaten Deadline

The professional soccer K League 1 Daegu FC beat FC Seoul, where striker Jesse Lingard, a former England national team player, returned from injury, for the first consecutive victory of the season.

Daegu won 2-1 against Seoul in an away game in the ‘Hana Bank K League 1 2024 Round 13’ held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the afternoon of the 19th.

Daegu, which beat Gwangju FC 3-2 in the previous round, won its first consecutive game in the league and its third win five draws and five losses. Daegu, with 14 points, tied with Jeju United, but moved up to ninth place with multiple points ahead.

Coach Choi Won-kwon stepped down due to poor performance, and Park Chang-hyun, who took office on the 23rd of last month and reported his debut win against Gwangju, continued the atmosphere with two consecutive wins.

On the other hand, Seoul, which had lost four games consecutively, recorded its sixth loss 4 wins, 3 draws in this season. It ranks eighth 15 points, 4 wins, 3 draws, 6 losses, 18 points in the league.

For Seoul, Jesse Lingard, a former England striker who left after the third round against Jeju United on March 16, returned after recovering from a knee injury.

Lingard, who played as a two-top with Ilyuchenko, started for the first time since his K-League debut, but was replaced by Palosevic without an offensive point after playing until the 18th minute of the second half.

Goalkeeper Baek Jong-beom, who was fined 7 million by the Korea Professional Football Federation for a ceremony to provoke the crowd against Incheon United on the 12th, also started.

However, he left a regret with his unstable performance, providing an excuse for additional runs.

Daegu recently failed to score a goal due to Cesinha, who achieved 60 goal to 60 help for the sixth time in K-League history, but took the lead in victory with active movement.

Seoul, the home team, led the game with 58% of the possession in the first half, but Daegu, the away team, had more chances to score.

Daegu attempted to shoot 10 times in the first half alone, six of which were effective shots toward the Seoul goal.

In the 20th minute of the first half, Daegu Kim Jin-hyuk’s header went over the crossbar, and Jung Jae-sang’s left-footed shot in the 28th minute of the first half hit the Seoul defense and headed over the goal.

Seoul also had a critical chance. In the 34th minute of the first half, the attack that started in Lingard passed through Kang, and Lee Tae-seok, who was rushing, left footed shot from the penalty box, was blocked by the goalkeeper.

As the attack did not go away, Seoul made a change by replacing Willian instead of Kang Sung-jin at the start of the second half.

However, the first goal came from Daegu. Hwang Jae-won’s cross, which he had at a set piece chance at the 11th minute in the second half, hit Seoul defender Choi Jun’s head and made an own goal.

Daegu, riding the atmosphere, ran away with an additional goal.

It seemed to miss a counterattack chance in the 24th minute of the second half, but Kim Young-joon, who came in as a substitute, pressed goalkeeper Baek Jong-beom to block the ball, and Park Yong-hee slipped and pushed the ball that flowed to the other side.

Seoul, which launched a general offensive, only recovered one goal with Ilyuchenko’s left-footed turning shot, which received a pass from Choi Joon in the second half of extra time.

Gangwon FC beat ‘defending champion’ Ulsan HD 1-0 at Chuncheon Songam Sports Town.

Gangwon, which has been undefeated in the recent three consecutive games two wins and one draw, ranks fifth in the league 19 points – five wins, four draws and four losses. Ulsan, which lost two consecutive games, ranked third 24 points – seven wins, three draws and three losses.

The troubleshooter of Gangwon was Yago. He crushed Ulsan with a golden goal in the 21st minute of the second half.

Jeonbuk Hyundai defeated Gwangju FC 3-0 at the Gwangju Football Stadium.

Jeonbuk, which ended its three-game losing streak, moved up one notch to 11th place 13 points, 3 wins, 4 draws, 6 losses from the bottom.

Gwangju, which held Ulsan 2-1 in the last round, fell to seventh place 15 points, 5 wins, 8 losses, 21 points, losing to Jeonbuk.

Jeonbuk laughed with Song Min-gyu’s first goal in the 27th minute of the first half and Jeon Byung-kwan’s multi-goal in the 31st minute of the first half and the 1st minute of the second half.

At Suwon Stadium, Suwon FC beat the leading Pohang Steelers 1-0.

Jung Seung-won’s winning goal, which was scored 47 seconds into the second half, was well maintained until the end.

Suwon FC, which has won two consecutive games, maintained its fourth place 21 points, 6 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses.

After losing 0-1 to Ulsan in the opening match, Pohang, the lead team, which had no loss for 11 consecutive games 7 wins and 4 draws, lost its second game of the season.

He has the same score as Gimcheon Sangmu 25 points, 7 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses in second place, but is ahead in goal difference. Pohang is +9 and Gimcheon is +5. 메이저사이트