Lee Seung-woo is trying to turn things around, Midfielder and MVP

First half wedge goal against Suwon Samsung

Suwon FC’s Lee Seung-woo is trying to rebound after changing his position.

Lee Seung-woo was named the 25th round MVP of the K League 1 selected by the Professional Football Federation on the 9th.

Earlier, Lee Seung-woo scored a decisive goal in a home game against Suwon Samsung at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 5th, leading his team to a 2-0 victory.

The scene that drew a lot of attention was Lee Seung-woo’s position change.

Lee Seung-woo, who played as a second striker or side striker after joining Suwon FC last year, was located in the central midfielder position, not in his position, and was revitalizing the team with his unique creative pass play as well as active midfield pressure.

As he actively played in the game, he had many opportunities to attack, and he took over Jung Dong-ho’s pass in the extra time of the first half and scored with a sensuous right-footed shot.

Accordingly, the Professional Football Federation highly recognized Lee Seung-woo’s performance by selecting him as the MVP as well as the best team in the 25th round.

Lee Seung-woo was considered unsuitable for a power struggle in the midfield due to his relatively small physique.

Rather, it is Lee Seung-woo who is good at playing through the side because he has excellent personal skills and has actually shown impressive performances several times with such moves even after his K League debut.

However, Lee Seung-woo’s talent also shone in the midfield. Lee Seung-woo’s position change, which can only be described as experimental, is said to have been successful for now.

In fact, Lee Seung-woo not only performed de-pressure with his dribbling ability, one of his strengths, but also caused confusion in his opponent’s defense with a sharp through-pass that he sprayed on his teammates in the right place. 스포츠토토

Suwon FC, with the Lee Seung-woo effect on its back, fired a signal to escape the relegation zone by breaking the three-game losing streak. Suwon FC, which has 6 wins, 5 draws and 14 losses (23 points), maintained its 10th place in the league and widened the gap with Suwon Samsung, which is ranked 11th, to start its stay in earnest.