Jeong Hyo-bol has fun with ‘perfect mercenary’ substitutions

Gwangju FC head coach Lee Jung-hyo has beaten rival FC Seoul head coach Kim Ki-dong to earn three points in four matches.

Gwangju won 2-1 away to Seoul in the 16th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

With the win, Gwangju is in seventh place with six wins, one draw and nine losses (19 points). Seoul sits in ninth place with four wins, five draws and seven losses (17 points).

Gwangju hasn’t won in four matches since their victory over Ulsan HD on March 15th. The team has struggled in its last three matches with one draw and two losses, but will look to bounce back with a point against Seoul.

Kim Ki-dong’s Seoul, on the other hand, have two draws and two losses in four matches since their last win against Incheon United on March 11th. They are still shaky, especially at home, where they have lost five straight games.

Gwangju started with a 4-4-2 formation. Uhm Ji-sung-Ik-hee, Moon Min-seo-Jung Ho-yeon-Choi Kyung-rok-Kim Han-gil, Kim Jin-ho-He-yul-Byun Jun-soo-Sang-gi, and Kim Kyung-min started.

Seoul lined up in a 4-4-2 formation. Lingard-Ilyuchenko, Kim Sang-hyeop, Lee Seung-mo, Ki Sung-yong, Han Seung-kyu, Kang Sang-woo, Park Sung-hoon, Kwon Wan-kyu, Choi Jun, and Baek Jong-joint.

Seoul set the tone early in the match. In the 15th minute, a ball played in from the back from a corner kick, and Kim Sang-hyeop connected with a left-footed shot that hit the top of the net.

Two minutes later, Lingard had a direct shot on goal from the front of the box, but it was saved by Kim Kyung-min.

Moving to the midway point of the first half, Gwangju set the tone and took the lead. In the 24th minute, Byun Jun-soo advanced to the front of the box and shot at a loose ball, but missed, and the loose ball found its way into the box. Choi Kyung-rok picked it up and played a pass to Lee Eun-hee, who calmly slotted it past the defense and goalkeeper to take the lead.

Seoul refocused and threatened Gwangju’s goal. In the 27th minute, Choi Joon rushed into the box and headed a cross from the left side of the box, but his effort was saved by 메이저사이트 Kim Kyung-min.

Then, in the 38th minute, Kwon Wan-kyu headed home Ki Sung-yong’s cross from a free kick on the right flank.

However, the goal was disallowed after VAR showed that Kwon was offside.

Despite the disappointment, Seoul continued to push forward, and the Ki Sung-yong-Kwon Wan-kyu combination worked once again to equalize the game.

In first-half stoppage time, Ki Sung-yong’s cross was met by Kwon Wan-kyu, who rattled the net with a header past the defense.

At the start of the second half, Gwangju made the first change. They took off Moon Min-seo and brought on Park Tae-joon to strengthen the midfield.

In a tense game, Seoul pressed forward and pushed Gwangju back. Gwangju was forced to retreat, and Seoul continued to attack from high up the field after winning the ball.

In response, Gwangju pulled out their attacking cards in the 15th 메이저 토토사이트 minute of the second half by subbing Gabriel and Bekah for Lee Eun-hee and Kim Han-gil.

Seoul also made a change. In the 20th minute of the second half, Park Dong-jin replaced Ilyuchenko.

Toward the middle of the second half, Gwangju took control. As they continued to attack, Lee Jung-hyo’s mercenary skills paid off. In the 31st minute, Gabriel’s cross from the right flank fell between the goalkeeper and a defender, and Beka calmly slotted it home to regain the lead at 2-1.

Down a goal, Seoul went on the offensive. In the 36th minute, they brought on Palosevic, Lee Tae-seok, and Willian for Lee Seung-mo, Kim Sang-hyeop, and Han Seung-kyu, and in second-half stoppage time, they made a surprise introduction of former Osango ace Kang Joo-hyuk, who had recently signed a semi-professional contract.

Seoul tried to attack in the final minutes of the game, but Gwangju held on to their one-goal lead.

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