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Counterattack K League 1 Daegu, 2-0 complete victory… Gwangju, 6th game ‘no win’

Professional football K League 1 Daegu FC launched a fierce counterattack, putting the ‘promoted team’ Gwangju FC into a 6-game draw.

Daegu defeated Gwangju 2-0 in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 13 away match held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 13th.

Daegu (5 draws, 4 losses, 17 points), which won its 4th win of the season, rose to 6th place, and Gwangju (4 wins, 2 draws, 7 losses, 14 points) fell to 9th place.

On the 23rd of last month, starting with the home game against Gangwon FC (0-0 draw), Gwangju, which had no wins in its 5th game (2 draws, 3 losses), could not sound the score again this time.

In the previous five games, only two goals were scored, and on this day, the opponent’s goal was not opened, and the worry about scoring deepened.

Daegu, whose main foreign strikers such as Sejingya and Edgar were missing from the list due to injuries, crouched down from the start and aimed for a counterattack.

However, Gwangju, which was quick to switch to defense, did not give space behind them, so they did not create any shooting opportunities in the first half.

At the beginning of the second half, Gwangju coach Lee Jeong-hyo tried to turn the tide by replacing Lee Kun-hee with tall striker Heo Yul, who is over 190cm tall.

Even in the second half, as Gwangju continued to take the initiative and knocked on the opponent’s goal, Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon took out Kim Young-jun and put Baselus in the 17th minute of the second half.

Baselus, who has plenty of stamina, showed a lot of activity on the left flank, and Daegu, who quickly switched between offense and defense, scored first two minutes later.

Midfielder Park Se-jin, born in 2004, caught the ball in the penalty area, aimed for the bottom of the opposite goal, and the shot kicked one beat quickly was sucked in.안전놀이터

In the 31st minute of the second half, Ko Jae-hyun added a goal in a counterattack situation.

Daegu, who again attacked the back space on the left side, delivered Park Se-jin’s forward pass to Ko Jae-hyeon, who jumped into the center after Lee Jin-yong turned it around with one touch.

Ko Jae-hyun’s strong kick with his right foot in front of the penalty kick hit goalkeeper Kim Kyung-min’s body and flowed into the goal, tilting the pendulum of the match sharply toward Daegu.

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