In its sixth sellout match of the season, Daegu FC 카지노 snapped a six-match winless streak thanks to a late goal from Go Jae-hyun, who had been silent for more than three months.
Daegu FC earned a 1-0 victory over Jeju United in the 28th round of the 2023 Hana One Q K League 1 at DGB Daegu Bank Park on Saturday evening, thanks to a goal from Go Jae-hyun in the 16th minute of the second half.
Daegu, who hadn’t won in six matches since their last trip to Jeju, started the game in front of a packed house and pressed hard in front of the opposition goal, but their shots kept going wide of the target, leaving the first half scoreless at 0-0.
Daegu made changes in the second half, introducing Edgar and Jang Jang-won in the 10th minute, and although Jeju threatened to break the deadlock, Daegu’s defensive intensity helped them settle down and eventually secured three points in the 16th minute when Go Jae-hyun finished off a chaotic situation in front of goal created by Sejing-ya to secure their first win in seven games.
Summer transfer signing Beltola played until the 41st minute of the second half in his first start, making a number of impressive passes and runs to add to the excitement that he could be a big help to the team going forward.
Jeju, who sit lower down the table than Daegu, continued to put pressure on the Daegu goal in the dying minutes of the match, but Oh Seung-hoon’s saves helped Daegu hold on for a 1-0 victory and move up to seventh place.
For Daegu, who will be looking to reclaim sixth place in order to qualify for the top split, the win at least reduces the gap between fifth-placed Seoul and sixth-placed Gwangju, who have yet to play, to one point.
After securing a hard-earned victory, Choi Won-kwon made a change in the first half by pressing forward, which didn’t translate into a goal, and said that the team has a lot of mobile players, which he hopes to use as a trump card in future games.
Meanwhile, DGB Daegu Bank Park showed off its soccer fever in the hot weather with its sixth sellout of the season, once again continuing its winning ways in front of a full house, entertaining more than 12,000 spectators.
Buoyed by the home victory, Daegu will play their final game at home before the A-Match break on the first of next month against the league’s bottom club, Gangwon.