Jung Woo-young, Bundesliga Full-Time in 609 Days

정우영, 609일 만의 분데스리가 풀타임…슈투트가르트 5-0 대승 | KBS 뉴스


Jung Woo-young, Bundesliga Full-Time in 609 Days... Stuttgart 5-0 Win

Jung Woo-young, who moved in pursuit of an opportunity to play this summer, played full-time in the regular league after 609 days, contributing to Stuttgart (Germany)'s great victory.


Stuttgart won 5-0 in the first round of the 2023-2024 season German professional football Bundesliga home game against Bochum held at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart, Germany on the 19th (local time).


Jung Woo-young, who started as a second-line striker to support Seru Kirashi at the forefront, played until the end of the game. 카지노사이트


In the 37th minute of the first half, he had a decisive chance in front of the goal after a struggle in the penalty box, but the shot was deflected after hitting the defender's body and the scorer could not be operated.


In the 6th minute of the second half, in a counterattack situation, Jung Woo-young, who once again caught the ball in front of the gate without a defensive check, kicked it with his right foot as if he would not miss it this time, but was blocked by goalkeeper Manuel Riemann's save.


It is the first time since the home game on December 19, 2021, when Jung Woo-young faced Leverkusen as a member of Freiburg, that he was not replaced until the end of the final whistle in the regular Bundesliga.


Since then, Jung Woo-young, whose position has decreased in the 2022-2023 season, has never played full-time in the Bundesliga.


Outside the Bundesliga, on October 13 last year, Nantes (France) and the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League group stage away game, they played the ground for 90 minutes in the first and second half.


In the transfer market this summer, Jung Woo-young moved to Stuttgart, where coach Sebastian Hoenes was with him in the second team of Bayern Munich, and received the number 10, which symbolizes an ace.


Captain Endo Wataru moved to Liverpool (England), but Stuttgart led the league victory with multiple goals from Girashi and Silas Kathompa Mboumpa.


Doc Axel Jagadou also added a goal with a header.


Last season, Stuttgart, who finished 16th out of 18 teams in the first division and played the promotion playoffs, dramatically stayed behind, and started the new season with a great victory, raising expectations.