‘Yago hat-trick’ leads Gangwon to 4-1 win over Incheon…leap to 4th place in K League 1

Gangwon FC moved up to fourth place in the K League 1 after defeating Incheon United, led by a hat-trick from Yago.

Gangwon rode a hat-trick from Yago to a 4-1 win at home against Incheon United in the eighth round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at Songam Sports Town in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province, on Wednesday.

After recovering from the shock of a 0-4 defeat at Ulsan on the 13th, Gangwon moved up from seventh to fourth place with three wins, three draws and two losses (12 points). They are level on points with Suwon FC, 카지노사이트 but have the advantage in goals scored. Gangwon has 15 goals, Suwon FC has eight.

Incheon, winless in its last three matches (one draw and two losses), remained in ninth place with two wins, four draws and two losses (9 points).

Yago was the star of Gangwon’s victory. Yago, who hadn’t scored in five games this season prior to this match, looked sharp against Incheon.

After dominating from the start, Gangwon opened the scoring in the 19th minute through Yago.

After receiving a cross from Yoon Seok-young, Yago rattled the net with an exquisite left-footed turner. Yago’s masquerade goal of the season.

Kangwon widened the gap in first-half stoppage time, capitalizing on opponent mistakes to score back-to-back goals. Kangwon scored in the 46th minute when Yang Min-hyuk, who stole the ball from the opponent, sent a ground ball cross to Yago in front of the arc after a dribble break, and Yago scored with a left-footed shot into the right corner.

Kangwon added a third goal three minutes later. Hwang Moon-ki’s cross from the right flank was headed into the net by Kim Yi-seok.

Yago completed his hat trick eight minutes into the second half. He finished off a cross from Hwang Mungi down the right flank with a non-stop right-footed shot from the front of the arc.

Incheon had to settle for a late goal from Mugosa in the 34th minute to avoid defeat.

The match between Daegu FC and Daejeon Hana Citizens at DGB Park in Daegu ended in a goalless draw.

Daegu made a change on Sept. 19 when Choi Won-kwon resigned as head coach due to poor performance and was replaced by Chung Sun-ho, but the team was unable to get a win at Anbang. After three consecutive draws, Daegu is in 10th place with a record of 1W, 4D, 3L (7 points).

Daejeon also failed to move out of the bottom 12 with 1-3-4 (6 points) after three consecutive games without a win (one draw and two losses).

The game was a frustrating affair as the two teams were unable to open up each other’s defense. In the second half of stoppage time, Daejeon‘s Kim Seung-dae found the back of the net, but the goal was disallowed due to offside.

In the end, the teams played to a 0-0 draw.

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‘Four-game winning streak’ Suwon takes first lead since relegation…beats Anyang 3-1

Suwon Samsung, which dropped down to the K League 2 this year, beat FC Anyang to move to the top of the table with four straight wins.

Suwon won 3-1 away from home in the eighth round of the Hana Bank K League 2 2024 at the Anyang Sports Complex on Nov. 21.

With the win in what has been dubbed the “fulcrum derby” between the two teams, Suwon improved to 6-2-2 (18 points) with four consecutive wins to overtake 현금홀덤사이트 Anyang (5-1-1, 16 points) at the top of the standings.

Suwon, which finished 12th in K League 1 last season and was relegated to K League 2, took the top spot for the first time in K League 2 on Sunday.

Anyang took the early lead in the match. Anyang threatened the Suwon goal on several occasions through Danrei and Mateus, but Suwon took the lead with just one attack while Anyang was indecisive.

In the 18th minute, Kim Joo-chan pounced on a long ball from Kim Hyun and scored with a chip shot to take the lead.

Riding the wave, Suwon added one more goal. In the 41st minute, Kim headed in a cross from Son Seok-yong from the left flank. It was Kim’s fourth goal of the season.

Anyang struggled to find an equalizer after that, but it was Suwon who scored another goal.

Looking to counterattack, Suwon scored the team’s third goal in the 44th minute when Mulicic found herself one-on-one with the keeper.

Anyang pulled one back in the 48th minute through Kim Woon, but there wasn’t enough time to catch up.

In the match between Ansan Greeners and Gimpo FC at Ansan Wa Stadium on the same day, Gimpo came out on top 2-1. After four games without a win (two draws), Gimpo picked up a valuable victory and sits in 10th place with two wins, two draws and three losses (8 points).

Gimpo took an early lead with back-to-back goals from Lee Hyun-il and Lewis in the fifth and 47th minutes of the first half. Ansan only managed to pull one back in the 10th minute of the second half through Yang Se-young.

At the Asan Yi Sunshin Stadium, Chungnam Asan and Jeonnam Dragons battled to a 1-1 draw. Chungnam Asan’s Jung Mah-ho scored in the 12th minute and Jeonnam Valdivia scored in the 26th minute.

Gyeongnam won 2-1 against Seoul Eland at the Changwon Football Center.

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Man Utd criticized for Lingard joining FC Seoul→’Transfer policy failed’

Lingard’s arrival at FC Seoul has drawn attention to Manchester United’s failed transfer policy.

United announced the signing of Lingard on Aug. 8. The former Manchester United and England international will continue his career in the K League. Lingard spent time without a club after his contract with Nottingham Forest expired last year and chose to join FC Seoul despite offers from various clubs.

The Manchester Evening News reported on Aug. 8, “Lingard’s move offers an important lesson for United. Lingard has been without a club since last summer and makes United regret their decision,” and “Lingard’s departure shows that United 텍사스홀덤 need to move players at the right time.

‘It has been more than three years since Lindegaard joined West Ham United on loan from Manchester United in a bid to revitalize his career,’ the outlet said. He scored nine goals and provided five assists in 16 appearances for the Hammers, winning the Premier League Player of the Month award.” “Lingard then returned to United rejuvenated and still a valuable player. At the time, there were a number of clubs keen to sign him, but he was confident that he would play an important role at United under Mourinho. In his final season at United, Lingard started just two Premier League games. At the time, United could have sold the highly valued player, but the Red Devils subsequently lost him for no fee.

‘United need to be smarter when it comes to transferring players from the youth ranks. Ten youth players left the club last summer, including Elanga and Tuanzebe. Marcial is also out of contract at the end of the season and could leave the club for nothing,” he added.

Lingard made his Premier League debut for United in the 2014-15 season. He spent the 2020-21 season on loan at West Ham United before joining Nottingham Forest last season after his contract with United expired, where he continued his Premier League career. In 182 Premier League appearances, Lingard has scored 29 goals and provided 14 assists.

After scoring six goals in 32 caps for the England national team, Lingard’s move to FC Seoul has garnered a lot of attention in the UK. According to the Daily Mail, “Lingard is expected to earn £9.1 million a year at FC Seoul. It’s a huge salary, but it’s a far cry from the £100,000-a-week he earned at Man United in 2017,” the paper said. Furthermore, ‘Lingard has received offers from 26 clubs around the world. Lingard’s move to FC Seoul has put him back in the spotlight. Lazio, who are looking to qualify for the UEFA Champions League, were also interested. Lingard also had offers from clubs in Saudi Arabia and Tunisia,” he said, referring to the competition for his signature.

“I had a lot of offers,” Lingard said at his FC Seoul press conference. Other clubs only made verbal offers. FC Seoul brought the contract all the way to Manchester and I could see the passion in their eyes. I decided at that moment and didn’t consider other clubs,” he said, explaining why he chose FC Seoul.

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K League 1 runner-up Pohang wins 4-3 in theater after a nail-biting game

The Pohang Steelers, the second-ranked team in professional soccer’s K League 1, pulled off a dramatic victory over the Daejeon Hana Citizen in a back-and-forth match that saw seven goals traded.

Pohang defeated Daejeon 4-3 in the 27th round of the Hana One Q 텍사스홀덤 K League 2023 at Pohang Steel Yard on Tuesday.

Pohang remained unbeaten in six matches (three wins and three draws) and remained in second place.

They also continued their dominance in the head-to-head with Daejeon, winning 2-1.

Daejeon remained in seventh place (36 points).

Pohang took the lead with back-to-back goals from Zeca in the 41st minute of the first half and the sixth minute of the second half. It was Zeca’s seventh goal of the season, moving him into a tie for ninth place on the team’s scoring list.

Buoyed by the momentum, Pohang added a goal from Kim Seung-dae in the 31st minute of the second half to virtually seal the victory.

However, Daejeon’s onslaught began in the second half.

Thiago scored the game-winner in the 35th minute and completed his hat trick in the 38th minute and eight minutes of stoppage time to tie the game at 3-3 in the 51st minute.

With her 12th goal of the season, Thiago moved into sole possession of first place on the scoring list.

However, the goddess of victory was in Pohang’s favor. Hong Yun-sang, who came on as a substitute in the 35th minute, scored a theater goal with a header in the 53rd minute. It was his debut goal in the K League.

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“I wanted to get a hat trick, I’ll definitely score double digits,” says former goalie Hanam

Jeonnam Dragons striker Hanam was pleased with his multi-goal performance against Gimcheon Sangsang, but said he was disappointed to miss a hat-trick opportunity. He also expressed his desire to score double-digit goals in the 2023 season.

Jeonnam, of which Hanam is a member, won 2-1 against Gimcheon in the 27th round of the 안전카지노사이트 Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 at Gwangyang Football Stadium at 7 p.m. on the 20th. Thanks to Hanam’s multi-goal performance in the 17th minute of the first half and the 10th minute of the second half, Jeonnam held Gimcheon to a single goal by Kang Hyun-mook in the 24th minute of the second half to earn three valuable points.

“I was disappointed not to score against Busan I-Park last time,” said Hanam at the post-match press conference, “I told my teammates in the locker room that we lost because our striker couldn’t score a goal. “I told my teammates in the locker room that we lost because our striker didn’t score. I prepared for the game with a positive mindset. With a challenging mindset, we were able to win a hard-fought victory,” he recalled.

When asked about the team’s unwavering performance despite frequent injuries, Hanam said, “We are still dealing with small injuries. But I think all the players have small injuries,” he said, adding, “The coach trusted me to play, so I just want to repay him. I’m just playing with a lot of heart, and I think that’s really important. I’m fighting with my opponent and trying to give my teammates strength, so my performance is following by itself,” he explained.

After scoring his seventh goal of the season against Gimcheon, Hanam said, “I will score double digits. With eleven games left, I want to score double digits,” he said. “I wanted to score a hat trick, and I thought I could do it because there was quite a bit of time left, but it’s hard to score a hat trick here,” he said, adding, “They say it’s hard to score a hat trick once in your life as a soccer player. But I really want to do it,” he added, vowing to do better next time.

“I think I’ve established myself as a starter in Jeonnam thanks to the coach giving me a chance, so I want to live up to expectations in the remaining games. I want to be recognized as a threat to other teams,” said Hanam.

Hanam will face their hometown team FC Anyang in the 28th round on the evening of the 27th at the Anyang Sports Complex. It’s a crucial opportunity for Jeonnam to increase their chances of qualifying for the playoffs. “We just give our all to the team we face every week. If the players are united, victory will come naturally,” said Hanam, who is determined to bring home a win against Anyang with a united front.

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