Cho Gyu-seong finally exploded!…Jeonbuk, 110th Hyundai win 2-0 against Ulsan in Derby!

Cho Kyu-seong exploded. Jeonbuk Hyundai won the 110th Hyundai Derby against Ulsan Hyundai.

Jeonbuk won 2-0 against Ulsan in the 16th round of the ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 4:30 pm on the 3rd. With 3 points, Jeonbuk rose to 6th place in the league for a while.메이저사이트

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (4-2-3-1): Kim Jeong-hoon (GK) – Kim Jin-soo, Koo Ja-ryong, Jeong Tae-wook, Jeong Woo-jae – Park Jin-seop, Ryu Jae-moon – Hapa Silva, Oh Jae-hyuk, Andre Luiz – Gustavo Ulsan Hyundai (4-2-3

) -1): Cho Hyun-woo (GK) – Lee Myeong-jae, Jung Seung-hyun, Kim Ki-hee, Seol Young-woo – Park Yong-woo, Lee Cheong-yong – Bako, Kim Min-hyuk, Hwang Jae-hwan – Joo Min-gyu

[First half] After all, Hyundai is the derby… It was tight from the beginning of the first half, which ended 0-0 after a close game

. Jeonbuk and Ulsan exchanged intense pressure in midfield from the beginning of the game. Jeonbuk launched an attack centered on the flank, and Gustavo also came down and participated in the build-up. In Ulsan, Park Yong-woo served as the starting point for the build-up. In the 11th minute of the first half, Lee Chung-yong received a pass from Joo Min-gyu inside the Jeonbuk box and tried to shoot, but Kim Jin-soo threw himself to block it. Jeonbuk counterattacked with Oh Jae-hyeok’s shot in the 16th minute of the first half, but the shot missed the goal.

Ulsan swallowed regret In the 24th minute of the first half, after a quick development in the opponent’s camp, Bako’s shot came out, but Kim Jung-hoon’s save blocked it. The ball that flowed was kicked by Jung Tae-wook. Ulsan continued the attack. In the 27th minute of the first half, Joo Min-kyu’s shot from outside the box was embraced by Kim Jung-hoon. Since then, Ulsan’s U-22 resource Hwang Jae-hwan has been removed and Rubik’s hand has been brought in.

Jeonbuk missed successive chances. In the 28th minute of the first half, Hafa Silva’s shot missed, and in the 29th minute of the first half, Gustavo’s shot also went high. In the midst of a fierce game, a variable occurred in Jeonbuk. Andre Luiz slipped and complained of pain while running to defend the ball going out, and was unable to get up. Jeonbuk replaced Min-gyu Song.

Ulsan developed an attack with Bako at the center of the second line. Jeonbuk made full use of the side by raising the fullbacks on both sides. Both teams exchanged shots once each. In the first minute of extra time, Seol Young-woo tried to hit it from a distance, but Kim Jeong-hoon, who was in position, caught it. In the 2nd minute of added time in the first half, after Jeonbuk’s free kick, Ryu Jae-moon shot the ball that flowed out of the box, but it was hit by the defense. The first half ended 0-0.

[Second Half] Jo Kyu-Sung’s winning goal, Moon Seon-Min’s second goal! Jeonbuk and Hyundai win 2-0 in Derby!

Jeonbuk used an additional replacement card at the start of the second half. Hafa Silva was removed and Cho Kyu-seong came in. Ulsan led the first half of the second half, but Jeonbuk opened fire in the second half. In the 6th minute of the second half, Gustavo headed a cross from Cho Kyu-seong from the side, but it did not go to the goal. Jeonbuk pulled the reins on offense to keep the mood going, but Ulsan cleverly dealt with Jeonbuk’s pressure.

Ulsan missed the opportunity to go ahead. In the 19th minute of the second half, a cross from the side was hit by Ja-Ryong Koo. Both teams used replacement cards. Jeonbuk replaced Gustavo and Oh Jae-hyuk with Amano Jun and Moon Seon-min. Ulsan replaced Joo Min-gyu with Martin Adam.

Ulsan continued to drive. In the 26th minute of the second half, after Seol Young-woo exchanged passes with Martin Adam, he saw the goal from the side and tried to shoot, but Kim Jung-hoon hit it with his hand. Lee Myung-jae’s shot from the corner kick that followed went wide to the side. A shot came from Jeonbuk after a long time. In the 30th minute of the second half, Kyu-Sung Cho’s shot from inside the box was blocked by the defense. In the 31st minute of the second half, in a corner kick situation, Song Min-gyu aimed for the goal with a volley shot, but it flew high.

Jeonbuk missed a golden opportunity. In the 33rd minute of the second half, Kim Jin-soo sent a low and fast cross from the side, and Cho Kyu-seong, rushing in, connected it with a shot, but the zero was slightly off. Ulsan replaced Kim Min-hyeok and Um Won-sang to throw the game. Jeonbuk put in Kim Gun-woong in place of Park Jin-seop, who was injured.

Jeonbuk succeeded in taking a shot. Jeonbuk’s opening goal was scored in the late hours. In the 39th minute of the second half, Jun Amano’s cross from the right side was headed by Kyu-Sung Cho, who was in front of the goal, and shook the net. VAR was conducted, but the goal was awarded. Extra time was given 6 minutes. Ulsan continued to knock on Jeonbuk’s goal until the end.

Jeonbuk drove a wedge and broke Ulsan’s momentum. Seizing the opportunity for a counterattack in the second half of extra time, Jeonbuk received Song Min-gyu’s last pass and Moon Seon-min cut the net with a calm shot. The match ended with Jeonbuk winning 2-0.

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