Seo Jin-soo, who began to play ‘goal greed’, scored the first multi-goal in his life and led Jeju United’s five consecutive victories in the professional football K League 1.
Seo Jin-su led Jeju’s 5-0 victory with two goals and one assist in the Hana One Q K-League 1 2023 Round 13 away match between Jeju and Suwon FC held at Suwon Sports Complex on the 14th.
He scored the first goal with a penalty kick in the 42nd minute of the first half, and scored his second goal in the 23rd minute of the second half with a bold turning shot from the right square of the goal.
In the 45th minute of the second half, he broke through to the left side of the goal and handed a cutback to Yuri Zo Natan to help score the wedge.
Seo Jin-soo, who made his professional debut in Jeju in 2019, had never scored more than 5 goals in a season.
By the way, he has already scored 4 goals this season.
As Seo Jin-soo went through military service in Gimcheon Sangmu in 2021-2022, his scoring ability improved noticeably. After scoring one goal in Gimcheon last season, he returned to Jeju after being discharged in September and scored 4 goals in 8 matches.
In an interview after the game, Seo Jin-soo said, “I was originally a player who only thought about (the team’s) performance, but I want to become a player who raises a lot of attack points.” It seems to have been lifted,” he said.
Seo Jin-soo’s self-confidence, which has risen sharply, was also noticeable in the helping scene.
The scene where he boldly broke through the defender and went deep was similar to the scene in which Vinicius of Real Madrid helped Rodrygo’s opening goal in the final of the Copa del Rey (King’s Cup) in Spain on the 7th.토스카지노
In fact, Seo Jin-soo said, “I started the game thinking about Vinicius’ play, and that scene came out.”
However, he laughed, saying that his favorite player is Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain), not Vinicius.
After scoring the second goal, he went to Jeju coach Nam Ki-il and shouted that he would try even a hat-trick.
He also emphasized, “Our team was bad at the beginning of the season, but we believed that we could definitely rebound,” and “the driving force behind Jeju’s 5-game winning streak is the trust of our teammates.”