Professional Soccer K-League 1 FC Seoul Won a New Victory

FC Seoul beat Suwon 1-0, their first win in 7 games… Ilyuchenko’s winning goal

Scored in 1 minute of the first half… Suwon’s last-minute offensive was canceled out by GK Choi Cheol-won’s save.

Professional soccer K-League 1 FC Seoul won a new victory in the ‘Super Match’ against Suwon Samsung, breaking the chain of six games without a win.

FC Seoul

Seoul won 1-0 in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 29th round away game held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 2nd,

holding on to Ilyuchenko’s goal scored in the first minute of the game. 온라인카지노

Seoul, which had been sluggish recently with 4 draws and 2 losses,

jumped from 6th to 3rd place (43 points) with a victory almost two months after winning against Suwon FC (7-2) on July 12.

Kim Jin-gyu

Acting coach Kim Jin-gyu, who took over the baton after Seoul parted ways with former coach Ahn Ik-soo after the 27th round match against Daegu FC (2-2 draw),

experienced the joy of victory in only two games since his debut as head coach.

Seoul won all three super matches played this season.


Suwon, ranked 11th (22 points), is highly likely to fight against relegation in Final B until the end of the season,

if Seoul enters Final A, this season’s super match will end with Seoul winning.

Seoul continued its lead in previous super matches with 42 wins, 25 draws, and 35 losses.

Coach Kim Byeong-soo’s Suwon lost 0-4 in the previous game against Gwangju FC,

which put a damper on their summer growth, so the loss in this super match is even more painful.

Suwon fell into a losing streak again three months after recording four consecutive losses in June.

Seoul opened the Suwon goal as soon as the kickoff whistle sounded.


Ilyuchenko trapped Park Soo-il’s cross from the right with his chest and then fired a right-footed shot from the square on the right side of the goal, sending it into the net.

Suwon defender Kim Joo-won kept close to Ilyuchenko, but it wasn’t enough.

Ilyuchenko scored goals in two consecutive games following the game against Ulsan Hyundai (2-2 draw).

The side of Suwon continued to be breached.

1st Half

In the 22nd minute of the first half, Kim Kyung-min, who penetrated to the right of the goal area,

finished Palosevic’s pass with a right-footed non-stop shot that missed slightly to the left of the goal.

In the 40th minute of the first half, Kim Jin-ya’s shot from the left corner of the goal area,

after receiving an exquisite lob pass from Go-han, hit the left goal post.

In the 12th minute of the second half, Suwon, who had been lagging, seemed to be able to turn the game around when Acosti’s ground ball cross was blocked by goalkeeper Choi Cheol-won,

Ko Seung-beom pushed the game back to square one.

However, it was confirmed that Acosti was in an offside position, and the score was cancelled.

Choi Cheol-won

Suwon, who brought in Kazuki at the start of the second half and Mulich in the 16th minute, took the lead from the middle of the second half, but the decisive shots were blocked one after another by Choi Cheol-won’s saves.

In the 20th minute of the second half, Mulich finished the corner kick with a header from the left,

Choi Cheol-won read the direction and blocked it by flying his body to the left.

2nd Half

In the 30th minute of the second half, Ko Seung-beom’s powerful left-footed shot from the left side of the goal area and the free kick direct shot attempted by ‘left-foot specialist’ Ki-je Lee in the 41st minute of the second half were all caught by Choi Cheol-won.

Suwon’s momentum was lost in the 45th minute of the second half when defender Han Ho-gang made a rough tackle on Ji Dong-won and was immediately sent off with a red card.

On this day, 22,882 spectators visited Suwon World Cup Stadium.

At about the 23rd minute of the first half, a spectator in the Seoul away cheering stands lost consciousness, perhaps due to the heat, and the game was stopped for about 5 minutes.

The spectator regained consciousness and was taken to the hospital.