FC Seoul defeated Daegu in front of 45,000 spectators… Ulsan opening 6 consecutive wins

Professional soccer K-League 1 FC Seoul defeated Daegu FC in a homeroom with 45,000 spectators, the largest number of spectators in domestic professional sports since the Corona 19 incident.

In the 2023 K League 1 round 6 home game against Daegu held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 8th, Seoul won 3-0 against Daegu with consecutive goals from Hwang Ui-jo, Na Sang-ho and Palosevich.

Seoul, who won 4 wins (2 losses) of the season, accumulated 12 points and climbed to 3rd place, continuing the competition for the top ranks at the beginning of the season.

On the other hand, Daegu is in 6th place with 6 points (1 win, 3 draws, 2 losses) after only 2 draws following a 0-0 draw with Incheon United in the last round.

On that day, the popular singer Lim Young-woong, who is called ‘Trot Idol’, performed at the Seoul World Cup Stadium for a poetry celebration and half-time performance, and his fans formed a long line to fill the official tally of 45,07 spectators.

This is the record for the largest number of spectators in a single professional sports game in Korea since the COVID-19 outbreak.

It is also the largest number of spectators since 2018, when paid spectators were counted in the K-League.

Seoul played a hot game from the first half in the crowd of clouds heated up by Lim Young-woong’s poetry axis.

The first goal came from a penalty kick.

In the 10th minute of the first half, Hwang Ui-jo’s header missed Ki Sung-yong’s right corner kick, and Kim Joo-sung crossed again from the left side of the penalty area, and Daegu defender Kim Kang-san hit the ball in the hand, resulting in a penalty kick.

And Hwang Eui-jo, who started as a kicker, succeeded in scoring in the 11th minute of the first half and reported the first goal of his return to the K-League.

In Seoul, in the 21st minute of the first half, Osmar’s surprise left-footed shot from midfield brushed Daegu goalkeeper Oh Seung-hun’s fingertips and left the crossbar, but Na Sang-ho scored an additional goal in the 32nd minute of the first half.

Ki Sung-yong’s right corner kick was turned into a header by Kwon Wan-gyu from the right side of the goal area, and when it came out, Na Sang-ho, who was lurking in front of the goal, quickly pushed it in with his left foot.

This is Na Sang-ho’s 3rd goal of the season.

In the 41st minute of the first half, Hwang Eui-jo scored a free kick, and Palosevich kicked in a stunning left-footed shot to make Seoul 3-0.

Daegu, which could not accompany ‘Ace’ Sejingya due to a hamstring injury, tried to counterattack with Edgar and Ko Jae-hyun, but failed to score even after taking 12 shots, including 7 effective shots.

In the second game of the season, goalkeeper Baek Jong-beom, born in 2001, made a series of saves in the second half of the season, which also lowered Daegu’s head.

At Ulsan Munsu Soccer Field, leader Ulsan Hyundai beat Suwon Samsung 2-1 with a multi-goal by Rubiksson, the ‘Sweden Express’.

With the victory on this day, Ulsan (18 points) increased the record for the most opening winning streak in the team’s founding to 6 games and continued to lead solo.

If Ulsan wins the 7th round against Daejeon Hana Citizen on the 16th, it will tie the record for the most consecutive wins (7 wins) in the opening of the K-League.

The opening 7 consecutive wins were written by Suwon (1998) and Seongnam (2003).

On the other hand, Suwon struggled with a draw (2 draws, 4 losses) in their opening 6 games and could not get out of 11th place.

Ulsan took the lead in the 31st minute with Rubikson’s opening goal.

Receiving a pass from Um Won-sang, Rubiksson shook the net with a left-footed shot from the right side of the penalty area.

Eom Won-sang recorded an assist in two consecutive games.

Rubiksson was responsible for the winning goal of the match two minutes later.

In the 33rd minute of the first half, he received a ground pass from Seol Young-woo from the right side of the penalty area and hit Suwon’s net again with a left-footed turning shot from the right side of the goal area.

Rubiksson, who started in the 7th Swedish league and rose to the 1st league, and earned a name as a ‘waiting striker’, made a strong impression on the fans by scoring the winning goal in the opening game against Jeonbuk Hyundai this season, and scored the 3rd and 4th goals that day. I plugged them in one after another.

Suwon, who scored two goals in the first half, hit the ground in the 11th minute of the second half when Basani’s penalty kick was blocked by Ulsan goalkeeper Jo Hyun-woo’s save, and in the 24th minute of the second half, Mulich’s mid-range shot hit the crossbar.

In the 34th minute of the second half, Bultuis’ rear pass was connected by Kim Kyung-joong’s right-footed non-stop shooting, and Suwon finally scored the chase goal, but the last-minute wave attack failed to break through ‘Ulsan Spider Hand’ Cho Hyeon-woo and tasted defeat.

At the Pohang Steel Yard, the Pohang Steelers defeated Gwangju FC 2-0, causing a ‘promotional blast’.

Pohang (14 points), which recently won two consecutive games along with an undefeated opening six games (4 wins, 2 draws), rose to second place. 카지노

On the other hand, Gwangju (9 points), which recently tasted the excitement of two consecutive wins, suffered three losses in the season and fell to 6th place.

Pohang, who drew scoreless in the first half, broke the balance of zero in the second half.

In the 2nd minute of the second half, Ko Young-Jun opened the Gwangju goal with a right-footed shot from the front of the penalty area.

At the start of the second half, the mercenary skill of coach Kim Ki-dong, who put in Ko Young-jun as a substitute, was a shining moment.

Taking the lead, Pohang scored an additional goal in the 12th minute of the second half with a left-footed turning shot from the left side of the goal area by Baek Seong-dong, who received a pass from Zeka.

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