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“Ji Dong Won returns after a year and five months.” Seoul, Daegu, 2-2 draw…Maintaining 4th place in the league + winning 5G in a row [On-site Review]

Seoul tied Daegu 2-2 in the 27th round of the Hana One-Q K League 1 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 19th. He took the lead with Han Seung-kyu’s goal, but gave up an equalizer to Lee Keun-ho and seemed to secure the victory with Kim Shin-jin’s free-kick goal, but he lost again to Edgar and had to be satisfied with the draw. Seoul, which added one point, remained in fourth place with 10 wins, 9 draws and 8 losses and 39 points, while Daegu also ranked eighth with 8 wins, 11 draws and 8 losses and 35 points. Both teams have been in a bad mood lately. Daegu has not won in five games since the away match (2-1 win) in Jeju in July. While recording three draws and two losses, the attackers continued to be sluggish, scoring only two goals.

On the other hand, Seoul is reviving its scoring ability, but failed to win four games due to defensive instability. After a 7-2 victory over Suwon FC, he recorded two draws and two losses. He scored five goals in the last two games, but lost six goals and missed the victory. Seoul went 4-1-4-1. Baek Jong-beom defended the goal, and Lee Tae-seok, Kim Joo-sung, Lee Han-beom and Park Soo-il formed the back4 line. Osmar, Willian, Han Seung-kyu, Palosevic and Na Sang-ho formed the midfield, while Kim Shin-jin played as the front-line one-top.

Daegu faced off 3-4-3. Oh Seung-hoon wore goalkeeper gloves. Cho Jin-woo, Hong Jung-woon, and Kim Jin-hyuk worked together as the back three. Hong Chul, Park Se-jin, Lee Jin-yong and Hwang Jae-won formed the midfield, while Cesinha, Lee Keun-ho and Ko Jae-hyun played as three tops to aim for a goal. A tight race continued from the beginning of the first half. Seoul targeted the side, focusing on Na Sang-ho and Willian, while Daegu also played counterattacks around Cesinha.

Seoul scored the first goal. In the 9th minute of the first half, he broke down the left side, and Han Seung-kyu connected the cross cleared by the Daegu defense with a mid-range shot. Hong Jung-woon tried to reach out and block the ball, but it was deflected by the foot and headed to the corner, and the ball hit the goalpost hit goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon and crossed the goal line. Willian and Kim Shin-jin then advanced by exchanging one-two passes, and Kim Shin-jin cut the ball cut by Daegu’s defense again and connected it to Willian. Willian’s shot shook the net, but a foul was declared before that and it was not recognized as a goal.

Daegu tried to score with Cesinha’s free kick, but it was out after being hit by a defensive wall. Daegu continued to seek a tie and raised Subarian, and Seoul’s counterattack began. Na Sang-ho dribbled directly from the center line and hit a right-footed mid-range shot over one of the defenders, but the ball turned away from the goalpost. Willian, who was penetrating into the empty space, expressed deep regret.

A tight flow continued as Daegu, which gave up a decisive opportunity, reorganized its battle lines again. In the 20th minute of the first half, Lee Tae-seok made a sharp cross toward Jeung-ing Kim Shin-jin from the left side, but goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon caught it. Na Sang-ho then broke through the right side and gave it to the center, and Kim Shin-jin’s shot came out, but this time he was caught by the defensive foot.

Daegu shook Seoul’s net. In the 25th minute of the first half, Cesinha’s long ball went into the box, and Cho Jin-woo put it back into the box. Lee Keun-ho turned his head and scored, but it was not recognized as a goalkeeper’s charging foul. However, after the referee confirmed it with VAR, Daegu tied the score as Lee Keun-ho scored. Seoul players, who were hit by a blow, gathered in a circle after losing a point to set the mood.

Daegu took the opportunity to score an additional goal. In the 32nd minute of the first half, Ko Jae-hyun broke through the right side and crossed to Lee Keun-ho, who was rushing. Baek Jong-beom caught it well, but Baek Jong-beom and Lee Keun-ho’s heads collided, and Lee Keun-ho fell on the stadium for a while. Fortunately, he played normally after recovering.

Daegu’s offensive continued. Daegu, which broke through the right side again this time, crossed to the center. Seoul blocked the cross, leading to Daegu’s corner kick. Cesinha’s corner kick also bent sharply. However, it was not caught by the Daegu player’s foot, and Seoul kicked it away. In the 34th minute of the first half, Hong Jung-woon hit Hong Chul’s corner kick to the head, but the ball went over the net.

Seoul scored an additional goal. In the 42nd minute of the first half, Kim Shin-jin split the Daegu net with a low and fast free kick. Coincidentally, goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon did not respond properly as he passed through Daegu Park Se-jin’s legs, and the ball was put into the corner of the goal. In the process of preparing for the free kick, an argument broke out between Palosevic, Kim Shin-jin, and Han Seung-kyu, but when Kim Shin-jin scored, he was seen making up immediately.

Daegu excluded Lee Jin-yong and put in Beltola in the 43rd minute of the first half. Three minutes were given extra time, and Daegu tried to connect Cesinha’s corner kick with a header cut by Hong Jung-woon, but it rose high. The first half ended with a 2-1 lead by Seoul.

With the start of the second half, Daegu made a change by excluding Lee Keun-ho and putting Edgar in. Daegu led the early part of the second half. He quickly created a corner kick and threatened Seoul’s goal. Seoul also launched a counterattack in formation. He gradually increased his ball possession and adjusted the tempo of the game. In the 6th minute of the second half, Daegu’s Beltola pushed Na Sang-ho over roughly. Na Sang-ho, who couldn’t win the minute, pushed Beltola’s hand and collided. The situation was settled as Seoul players ran to stop him.

Daegu took the flow little by little. It targeted Seoul focusing on the right side. Seoul blocked Daegu by actively participating in defense, including side offensive resource Wirian. Seoul, which began to give up the flow, strengthened its defense further by excluding Willian and Lee Tae-seok and putting in Kim Jin-ya and Lee Si-young. Then Daegu also made changes by putting Kim Kang-san and Keita instead of Cho Jin-woo and Hong Chul.

Daegu entered the Seoul box through a free kick, but was blocked by Seoul’s defense and failed to continue shooting. Instead, a corner kick was declared, and Ko Jae-hyun finished Park Se-jin’s cross with a header, but turned away from the goalpost. Daegu, which had been knocking on Seoul’s goal, succeeded in scoring. In the 36th minute of the second half, Edgar squeezed in the defense and put it in with his head. It was his sixth goal of the season. At the moment of shooting, it seemed to be slightly ahead of the Seoul defense, but it was recognized as a goal even after checking VAR.

Daegu’s attack continued. Cesinha and Edgar worked together again this time. Cesinha crossed for Edgar in the center. However, Ed didn’t hit the head as the ball floated rather high. Daegu, which completely destroyed Seoul’s defense, seemed to have a one-on-one opportunity, but Baek Jong-beom ran well and cleared it. Seoul excluded Palosevic and Kim Jin-ya and put in Bjorn Johnson and Ji Dong-won. Ji Dong-won made his comeback after stepping on the ground for the first time in about a year and five months.

Ji Dong-won, who returned to the league after a league match against Gimcheon in March last year, was enthusiastic about the game by recording a shot once. But no points were scored. The two teams, which had a fierce battle for six minutes in extra time, shared one point each. 온라인카지노

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