Incheon, FA Cup is on the line…Cho Sung-hwan “I’m not focusing on the unbeaten streak being broken, I’ll recover quickly” [Field Interview]

A five-match unbeaten streak before the break was snapped after the break.

Incheon United head coach Cho Sung-hwan appeared to focus on the FA Cup instead of the upcoming schedule.

Incheon lost 0-2 away to Jeonbuk Hyundai in the 25th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on June 6.

온라인바카라Incheon conceded back-to-back goals to Park Jae-yong in the 14th minute and Han Gyo-won in the 44th minute, snapping a five-match unbeaten streak before the break. The break proved to be poison. Incheon remained in eighth place (8W, 9D, 8L, 33 points) without a point.

Head coach Cho Sung-hwan said in the post-match press conference, “Playing after the break is difficult for any team. We tried to focus on not conceding an early goal. We conceded goals from set pieces and our own mistakes, making it a difficult game. The lack of preparation and the injuries took their toll. We will recover quickly and get ready for the FA Cup.”‘No-Test Surprise Full-Time’ Director Cho Sung-hwan “There were difficulties…but it will get better overall” [Jeon Jeon-Talk Talk]

Commenting on Mugosha playing full-time, Cho said, “I was worried about the amount of activity, but it was more than I expected, and there were difficulties in possession, linking up, and contested situations. Overall, we are getting better.”

When asked if he was disappointed that the unbeaten streak was broken right after the break, he said, “We will focus on preparing the players for the upcoming FA Cup rather than focusing on what has passed.”

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