Professional Soccer K League 1 Daejeon, Victory over Seoul

K-League 1 Daejeon, 4-3 victory over Seoul… 4 goals exchanged in the last 5 minutes

Professional soccer K League 1 Daejeon Hana Citizen defeated FC Seoul after a 7-goal skirmish.


Daejeon won 4-3 against Seoul in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 26 home game held at Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 13th,

with Thiago scoring two goals in the first half and Kang Yun-seong scoring the final goal at the end.

A Daejeon, which accumulated 3 points, rose to 6th place (36 points), the last line to advance to Final A.

However, this ranking may change depending on the results of the Incheon United-Daegu FC match. 바카라사이트

Seoul, which has hardly been able to use its strength in the summer,

has only won 4 games (2 draws, 2 losses) in a row (39 points).

As Daejeon scored the first goal in the 31st minute of the first half,

when Thiago finished a penetrating pass exquisitely stabbed between

the defenses with a strong left-footed shot from the left side of the goal area.

It was Thiago, who is the top scorer in Daejeon but has not been able to score lately,

tasted a goal in seven games.

The second goal in Daejeon was also taken by Thiago.


Its Thiago, who started as a penalty kicker in the 41st minute of the first half,

boldly shot into the center of the goal and scored his second multi-goal this season.

It was Thiago’s ninth goal of the season.

Earlier, Thiago was fouled by Seoul defender Kim Joo-sung while attempting

to receive a cross from Jeon Myeong-gwan from the right, and a penalty kick was declared.

Seoul greeted halftime with Willian’s comeback goal in the 44th minute of the first half.

Willian, who was penetrating from the left to the center, hit a strong right-footed shot between the defenses,

hit the Daejeon defense, deflected and headed for the goal.

At the end of the tense second half, a ‘goal party’ unfolded.

In the 41st minute of the second half, Daejeon’s ‘Young Gun’ Bae Jun-ho exchanged passes with Yoo Kang-hyeon and scored an additional goal with an accurate left-footed shot.

Seoul also caught up with a goal in the 43rd minute of the second half by Han Seung-gyu’s beast girl of the season.

As Daejeon made it 4-2 two minutes later with a right-footed shot following Kang Yun-seong’s left breakthrough.

This goal eventually became the winning goal of Daejeon.

In the 48th minute of the second half, Ilyuchenko, who started as a penalty kicker,

scored a goal to pursue another goal in the 48th minute of Seoul’s second half, leaving the home audience breathless.

Ilyuchenko’s first shot was blocked by the goalkeeper, but he shot again and scored.

Previously, Lee Hyun-sik of Daejeon committed a pushing foul on Han Seung-gyu in the penalty area,

a penalty kick was declared.

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Cho Kyu-seong, Opening 4 Games in a Row Failed

‘PK loss’ Cho Kyu-seong, opening 4 games in a row failed

Mittjylland won 2-1

Cho Kyu-seong

Cho Kyu-seong, after starting,

was substituted out in the

9th minute of the second half without an offensive point

Its Cho Kyu-seong (Mittjylland),

who made a splendid debut

on the stage of the Danish professional Super League,

failed to score goals in the opening four

consecutive matches due to a missed penalty kick.

Mittwillan won 2-1 in the 2023-2024 Danish Superliga 4th round expedition

against Baile BK held at the Veile Stadium in Baile,

Denmark on the 13th (Korean time).

Its Mittjyllan, who suffered a 1-4 loss in the 3rd round

after 2 consecutive wins in the regular league,

was ranked 3rd with a win in the 4th round,

accumulating 9 points (3-1).

In addition, Mittwillan escaped

from the sluggishness of 3 consecutive losses in the official game

by combining the 2023-2024 European Football Federation (UEFA)

Europa Conference League 2 matches immediately

followed by the 3rd round of the regular league.

On the other hand, Baile could not get out of last place

with 4 consecutive losses in the opening season. 카지노사이트

Kyu-seong Cho , who started as a front-line striker for Meattyllan,

resigned as a substitute without scoring in the 10th minute of the second half amid

regret that his opportunity to score

from a penalty kick was destroyed,

putting an end to the streak of goals

that continued in the opening 3 games of the regular season.

Mittwillan won a penalty kick in the 8th minute

w Cho Kyu-sung’s sharp breakthrough.

Kyu-seong, who received an infiltration pass from the rear,

broke the final defensive line and rushed to the left of the penalty area,

tripping on the feet of Baile defender Stefan Belkoff.

Penalty Kick

The referee immediately called for a penalty kick.

As Cho Kyu-seong took the penalty kick and tried to score

with a right-footed shot in the 10th minute of the first half,

the goalkeeper read the direction and blocked the goal.

Baile, who started a counterattack,

was ruled offside when German Onuka shook the net in succession

the 18th and 37th minutes of the first half.

In the 38th minute of the first half,

a dangerous situation was created

which Cho Kyu-seong collapsed and complained of pain

after colliding with Baile defender Raul Alventosa during an aerial contest.


At Mittwillan, who finished the first half without scoring,

substituted Cho Kyu-seong and put in Sori Cava in the 9th minute of the second half.

In the 6th minute of the second half, Mittjyllan scored with Aral Simsir’s

stunning right-footed kick from the right side of the penalty area. did.

Mittjyllan was outnumbered in the 33rd minute of the second half

when Pablo Ortiz received a red card for a deliberate

handball foul that prevented the opponent from scoring.

Onuka’s pursuit goal broke in the 38th minute of the second half,

but Baile failed to score an additional goal and failed to turn the game around.

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Kiwoom Jang Jae-young falters in ⅔ inning until headshot ejection

Jang Jae-young, 30th Samsung Electronics ⅔ inning, 6 runs on 6 hits, 6 walks

Kiwoom Heroes’ Jang Jae-young (21) was ejected for a head shot after taking six pitches.

Jang Jae-young started against the Samsung Lions of the 2023 Shinhan Bank Solar KBO League at the Gocheok SkyDome on March 30, but left the mound without completing the first inning.

After retiring the first batter, Kim Hyun-jun, on a fly ball to center field in the top of the first inning, Jang started to falter after a surprise bunt single by Kim Sung-yoon.

After throwing three pitches in a row to Guzauk at first base, he threw a fourth pitch that hit him in the body. With runners on first and second, he gave up back-to-back singles to Minho Kang and Jose Pirela to load the bases.

After giving up another run on a walk, Jang Jae-young walked Kang to load the bases.

With the bases loaded again, Jang struck out Kim Dong-jin to end the inning, but his woes were far from over. With the bases loaded, he battled Ryu Ji-hyuk for seven pitches, but gave up another pushing double.

With the bases loaded and two outs, Jang Jae-young threw a fastball to Kim Ji-chan that was aimed at the head. Under the head shot rule, which is an automatic ejection when a fastball hits the head, Jang was immediately ordered out. It was his eighth headshot ejection of the season.

After ⅔ of an inning with one hit, four walks and two balls hit to the body, Jang Jae-young’s deficit grew to “six” when Ha Young-min, 스포츠토토 who took over the mound, hit a double off the first batter, Kim Hyun-joon.

The six walks in an inning are tied for the second-most in history.

The previous record was set by Ariel Miranda (Doosan) on June 25 last year, when he gave up seven in the first inning against the KIA Tigers.

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Ahn wins Japan Open after Korea Open seventh title of the year

Ahn defeats world No. 5 He Bingzhao (CHN) 2-0 in straight sets
Upset He Bingjiao to improve to 5-4 all-time against her.

World No. 2 badminton player Ahn Se-young reigned supreme at the Japan Open Badminton Championships 2023, winning her second straight title following the Korea Open.

Ahn defeated world No. 5 He Bingjiao of China 2-0 (21-15 21-11) in the women’s singles final of the tournament in Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday (July 30).

It was Ahn’s seventh title of the year. Ahn has been in dominant form this year, winning seven titles in 11 tournaments. She has been runner-up three times and third once.

Ahn also improved her head-to-head record against He Bingjiao to 5-4. Ahn, who had lost all four of their matches last year, had won five in a row before this match.

On the day, Ahn dominated the match against He Bingzhao, reflecting her recent rise. Ahn took the first game with ease as He Bingzhao’s attacks went out of bounds.

Ahn continued to dominate her opponent in game two, taking a double-score lead. Ahn dominated He Bingzhao on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, 카지노사이트 and took the game with ease, winning by 10 points.

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Kim goes 2-for-2 with two RBIs against Texas, his third multi-hit game in five games

Kim Ha-Sung, 0.277↑ season batting average

San Diego Padres outfielder Ha-seong Kim continued his hot hitting streak with a fifth straight game with a hit.

Starting at first base and batting second against the Texas Rangers at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on Tuesday, Kim went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.

He’s been on a hot streak. He has hit safely in five straight games and has recorded multi-hit games in three of them.

His season batting average has risen from .274 to .277.

After a grounder to the second baseman in the first inning, Kim drew his second walk of the game in the top of the second inning to put his team up 2-0.

He didn’t miss a big scoring opportunity. 한국야동 On a 1-ball-1 strike, he took a low, three-pitch changeup from Texas’ Martin Perez for a two-run double to center field.

In the fifth inning, he led off with a single and lined a two-pitch slider from Perez to center field for his first multi-hit game.

With two outs in the sixth, he struck out.

San Diego beat Texas 4-0 to extend its winning streak to two games.

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Hwang Sun-woo, Lee Joo-ho, Choi Dong-yeol, Kim Young-beom, Men’s Medley Relay 400m, new KOREAN record of 3:34.25

Hwang Sun-woo making a comeback.

The South Korean management team of Hwang Sun-woo, Choi Dong-yeol (Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province), Lee Ju-ho (Seogwipo City Hall) and Kim Young-beom (Gangwon Chego) set a new Korean record in the men’s 400-meter medley relay.

South Korea set a new national record in the men’s 400-meter medley relay with a time of 3:34.25 during the preliminary round of the men’s 400-meter freestyle relay at the Fukuoka 2023 World Aquatics Championships at Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka Hall in Fukuoka, Japan on Tuesday.

Although the Koreans finished 10th out of 22 teams and missed out on a spot in the finals, which is reserved for the top eight teams, they made history by breaking the national record.

Their time of 3:34.25 was 0.71 seconds faster than the previous Korean record of 3:34.96 set by Hwang Sun-woo, Choi Dong-yeol, Kim Woo-min, and Yang Jae-hoon (all of Gangwon Special Self-Governing Province) at the 18th Jeju Hallabae National Swimming Championships on April 18.

They were just 0.98 seconds behind eighth-place Great Britain (3:33.27), which was the last team to reach the final.

The 10th place finish is also the best ever for the men’s 400 medley relay at a World Aquatics Championships. They finished 17th in Gwangju in 2019 and 13th in Budapest in 2022.

The medley relay is a team event in which four swimmers swim the backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, and freestyle in reverse order.

South Korea’s Lee Ju-ho was the first to race in lane 2, lane 1. Lee was in fourth place at the 50-meter mark, but was overtaken by competition and handed the baton over in seventh place.

Choi Dong-yeol, lane 2, made a strong effort and moved up one spot to sixth, but Kim Young-beom, lane 3, struggled and dropped back to seventh.

South Korean swimming sensation Hwang Sun-woo won bronze in the men’s 200-meter freestyle final at the 2023 World Aquatics Championships at Fukuoka Marine Messe Fukuoka Hall in Fukuoka, Japan, on Friday afternoon.

The final swimmer, Hwang Sun-woo, cut a strong swath of water in the freestyle leg. Although he didn’t change places, he touched the touchpad in 3:34.25, breaking the Korean record by three seconds.

In the women’s medley relay 400m heats, Lee Eun-ji, Heo Yeon-kyung (Sangsang Bangsango), Kwon Se-hyun (Anyang City Hall) and Kim Seo-young (Gyeongbuk Provincial Office) combined for a time of 4:05.16.

However, the team finished 18th out of 23 teams, failing to qualify for the final and failing to break the Korean record of 4:03.38.

Kim Seo-young, the poster child for Korean women’s swimming, also competed in the 400-meter individual medley heats that preceded the team competition.

Kim’s time of 4:45.04 in the women’s 400m individual medley preliminaries was good enough for 19th place out of 35 swimmers, and she did not qualify for the finals. There are no heats in the 400m individual medley, with the top eight swimmers qualifying for the finals. Katie Shanahan (GBR) was the last swimmer to qualify, clocking 4:39.46.

Korea ended the World Aquatics Championships with one bronze medal. Hwang Sun-woo won bronze in the men’s 200-meter freestyle.

However, Korea set eight new national records in seven events at the Games.

Hwang Sun-woo broke his own Korean record (1:44.42) in the men’s 200-meter freestyle final.

Kim Woo-min touched the touchpad in the 800m freestyle preliminaries in 7:47.69, 2.24 seconds faster than Park Tae-hwan’s South Korean record of 7:49.93 set at the 2012 London Olympics.

Choi Dong-yeol also touched 59.59 in the 100-meter breaststroke semifinals, 0.04 seconds off the previous South Korean record of 59.63.

A total of five Korean records were set in the team events.

The men’s 800-meter freestyle relay team of Hwang Sun-woo, Kim Woo-min, Lee Ho-joon and Yang Jae-hoon broke the Korean record in the preliminaries with a time of 7:06.82 and the final with a time of 7:04.07.

Ji Yoo-chan, Yang Jae-hoon, Heo Yeon-kyung, and Jung So-eun broke the Korean record in the 400-meter medley relay with a time of 3:27.99, while Lee Eun-ji, Choi Dong-yeol, Kim Young-beom, and Heo Yeon-kyung broke the Korean record in the 400-meter freestyle relay with a time of 3:47.09. On the final day of competition, 토토사이트 the eighth and final Korean record came in the men’s 400-meter medley relay.

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No season lost Kium calculates ‘present and future’

Kiwoom manager Ko Hyung-wook “can’t give up on the season”
Lee Joo-hyung goes 1-for-4 with a run scored in his Kiwoom debut on Sept. 29

The Kiwoom Heroes have traded away Won-tae Choi, who dedicated eight years to the organization. The big deal was a trade that considered both the present and the future.

On April 29, Kiwoom sent pitcher Choi Won-tae to the LG Twins in exchange for outfielder Lee Ju-hyung, pitcher Kim Dong-gyu, and a first-round draft pick in the 2024 KBO Draft.

Choi has been a key part of Kiwoom’s starting pitching staff this season. He has pitched 102⅓ innings in 17 games, posting a 6-4 record with a 3.25 ERA. The starting rotation of Ahn Woo-jin, Ariel Furado, Choi Won-tae, Ian McKinney, and Jang Jae-young was one of the strongest in the league.

However, Choi Won-tae’s eight-year stint with LG came to an end. With deep starting depth, Kiwoom opted for a prospect and a first-round rookie pick. Choi Won-tae’s spot will be filled by Chung Chan-heon.

“LG made the first offer, and after reviewing it, we decided to proceed,” said Kiwoom president Ko Hyung-wook. It was a difficult decision. The team has six starters, so we had enough starting resources, so we let go of (Choi) Won-tae and brought in prospects, and we had (Chung) Chan-heon, so we were able to make a decision.” “Our offense has been weak since the beginning of the season, so we are constantly reinforcing, but we are not doing well because of injuries,” he said.

Joining Kiwoom, Lee was selected by LG with the 13th overall pick in the second round of the 2020 Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) Rookie Draft. He can play both infield and outfield positions, and is known for his fast running and precise hitting.

Lee made his debut against the Gocheok Samsung Lions on Sept. 29, the day of his transfer, starting in the No. 7 spot in left field and going 1-for-4 with one RBI and one run scored.

The 195-centimeter, 100-kilogram outfielder was selected by LG with the 17th overall pick in the second round of the 2023 KBO Draft. He utilizes his hardware to throw a powerful ball and has good flexibility.

“Lee Joo-hyung was a top prospect for LG. He has excellent offense and baserunning, and is especially strong in offense. He will be a great addition to the team.” “Kim Dong-gyu has excellent physical condition and throws a fastball in the mid-to-high 140s. He is a good starting option.”

Kiwoom currently sits in ninth place, but is still in a tight mid-table battle. They are 5.5 games behind the fourth-place NC Dinos. Despite losing a quality starting pitcher, the Heroes are still in the hunt for a postseason berth.

“There’s not much of a gap between us and fourth place,” Ko said, “We lost (Lee) Jung-hoo to injury, but (substitute foreign hitter) Ronnie Dawson came in and our offense became more active. We can’t give up on the season. 고스톱 It was a trade for both the present and the future.”

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“Junior cocky” baseball SSG assaulted with a bat in the 2nd inning of a baseball game-get it?

KBO “will open punishment committee to discipline those involved”
SSG also assaulted at SK, its predecessor

A senior member of the SSG Landers baseball team assaulted a junior with a baseball bat. The Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) investigated the incident and decided to hold a punishment committee to discipline those involved.

The “baseball bat assault incident” occurred when senior A gathered the junior players during lunch and gave them a group slap for their rookie attitude. On June 6, A, a player in SSG’s Futures League (2nd team), gathered players younger than him at the team’s 2nd team training center in Ganghwa-gun, Incheon, and slapped them on the back. B’s attitude toward his seniors and coaches was considered arrogant.

The baseball bat assault came next. After A left the field, C, a second-team player, took over and gave the juniors a hard time. In the process, C hit B on the buttocks twice with a baseball bat. After C left, D, a second-team player, continued the hazing.

The incident came to light later that evening when the SSG second team training coach noticed bruises on B’s buttocks and asked why. The coach reported the incident to the club on the 7th, and SSG reported it to the KBO Clean Baseball Center the same day after interviewing the players involved and writing a report. “Based on the report submitted by SSG, we will investigate and hold a punishment committee early next week,” the KBO said. According to KBO rules, players who commit violence can be suspended from participating in the league for more than two months, suspended for more than 50 games, or fined more than 5 million won.

SSG also had a history of assaults on its roster during its predecessor organization, the SK Wyverns. In July 2020, prior to SSG’s acquisition of SK, some players in the second team were admonishing juniors, leading to an assault. At the time, SK was criticized for failing to report the assault to the KBO even though they were aware of it. The SSG team said on the 11th, “We apologize for the disappointment caused to the fans of professional baseball by this incident,” and added, “We will sincerely cooperate with the KBO investigation. 한국야동 We will endeavor to prevent the same thing from happening in the future.”

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父子 Home Run King

Guerrero J wins the All-Star Home Run Derby

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (24-Toronto) holds up the trophy after defeating Randy Arozarenas (28-Tampa Bay) 25-23 in the Home Run Derby at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, one day before the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game. His father, Vladimir Guerrero Sr. (48), was the 2007 Home Run Derby champion. 토토사이트 This is the first time that both father and son have won the MLB Home Run Derby.

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NBA dreamer Lee Hyun-jung hits the court in Australia for now

Signing Ilyasova to help him get to the NBA

South Korean basketball standout Lee Hyun-joong (23, pictured) will play in the Australian National Basketball League (NBL). This is the first time a South Korean player has played in the NBL. “We have signed Korean ‘sharp shooter’ Lee Hyun-jung to a three-year contract,” the NBL’s Illyria announced on its website on Nov. 11. Despite joining the organization, Lee hasn’t given up on his dream of playing in the NBA. “I’m happy to be a part of Illyria for the next three seasons,” he said, adding, “The team has earned the respect (of players) by developing players who want to play internationally or in the NBA. This was a big factor in my decision.” According to Lee’s representatives, Iliwara will help him make the transition to the NBA if an NBA team offers him a contract.

Lee tried out for the NBA through the rookie draft last year as a junior at Davidson College in the United States, but was not selected. He averaged 5.5 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in 12 games for Santa Cruz of the G League, the NBA’s lower division, in the 2022-2023 season, and recently played in a Summer League game for Philadelphia.

The NBL is generally considered to be of a higher caliber than the Asian professional basketball leagues. Young prospects often choose to play in the NBL to gain professional experience before making the jump to the NBA. NBA Charlotte guard LaMelo Ball, 22, was selected by Charlotte with the third overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft after playing one season with Illyria in the 2019-2020 season. A J Johnson (19), a guard from the University of Southern California who is expected to be the first pick in next year’s NBA Draft, also opted to play for Ilawarra instead of continuing his college career in the United States. 고스톱Illawarra finished last among the 10 teams with a 3-25 record in 28 games last season.

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