'Lee Seung-jae's Winning Goal' K-League 2 Cheongju, Gimpo and Undefeated Run in 10 Matches
Asan wins 1-0 against Ansan, who welcomed a new manager… 9th jump
Chungbuk Cheongju, a professional football K-League 2, overcame the top team, Gimpo FC, at home and ran an undefeated streak of 10 matches. 온라인카지노
Cheongju defeated Gimpo 1-0 in the home game of the 27th round of Hana 1 Q K League 2 2023 held at Cheongju Stadium on the 19th.
Cheongju, which continued its undefeated march with 6 wins and 4 draws in 10 league games, including the recent 3 consecutive wins, accumulated 35 points, pushing out Jeonnam Dragons (34 points) and leaping to 7th place.
The gap with 5th place (FC Anyang, 39 points), the final line for advancing to the semi-playoffs, narrowed to 4 points.
In particular, Cheongju, a new team, recorded 2 wins and 1 draw only against Gimpo this season, establishing itself as a 'nemesis'.
Gimpo maintained 3rd place with 42 points, but stopped undefeated in 3 matches, including the recent 2 wins in a row.
The balance of 0 was not broken until the end of the second half, but in the 21st minute of the second half, Cheongju Lee Seung-jae's one shot split the game.
In the 40th minute of the second half, Yang Ji-hoon broke through the right side of the penalty area and Lee Seung-jae finished the cutback with his left foot, which hit the crossbar and led to Cheongju's victory.
It was Lee Seung-jae's second goal of the season.
With Luis, who scored 10 goals in the league this season, Gimpo was unable to avoid defeat as it had only 0 shots on target (4 shots in total) that day.
At Ansan Was Stadium, visiting team Chungnam Asan defeated Ansan Greeners 1-0.
Asan, who has accumulated 2 wins and 1 draw in the last 3 games, recorded 30 points and moved up one notch to 9th place.
Ansan, which started its first game after appointing coach Lim Gwan-sik on the 16th as the successor to former coach Lim Jong-heon, who was sacked in June, fell into a draw in 3 games (1 draw, 2 losses) and could not get out of 12th place (17 points).
In the 23rd minute of the second half, Asan's Kim Kang-guk kicked a right corner kick, and Lee Jae-seong headed it to become the preemptive goal.
Up to this point, Ansan, who had not recorded a single shot while Asan poured out 10 shots, including 9 shots on target, made 4 shots (1 shot on target) afterwards, but was unable to score an equalizer.