The first ‘Moonlight Derby’ in 2 years was an unprecedented match. ‘Bitgoeul’ Gwangju FC defeated ‘Dalgubeol’ Daegu FC by one goal after a bloody battle.

Gwangju Mayor Kang Ki-jeong of ‘Bit’ and Gubeol Hong Joon-pyo of Daegu Mayor of ‘Moon’ commemorated the passage of the Daegu-Gwangju New Airport Special Act on the 17th, jointly bid for the 2038 Gwangju-Daegu Summer Asian Games, and opened the ‘Moonlight High-Speed ​​Railway’ Daegu-Gwangju Expressway Jirisan Mountain The night before the meeting of the ‘Moonlight Alliance’ was held at Mt. Hyuge, the ‘Moonlight Derby’ was held for the first time in two years at ‘Daepak’, the holy land of Dalgubeol football. As ‘Bitgoeul’ Gwangju succeeded in promotion this season, the ‘Moonlight Derby’ was also resumed.토토사이트

Ahead of the first confrontation with Gwangju coach Lee Jung-hyo, who is famous as a strategist, Choi Won-kwon, coach of Daegu FC, said, “Director Lee will come out with tactics like Jegal-ryang, but I will block it to the end and win like Sama-eui.” The moonlight derby on a spring night, the result was a victory for Jegalyang and Bitgoeul. Gwangju won 4-3 in the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ Daegu Expedition held at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 7:00 pm on the 16th.

-Daegu FC: Oh Seung-hoon (GK)/Kim Jin-hyeok-Hong Jeong-un-Kim Gang-san/Kita-Lee Yong-rae-Lee Jin-yong-Hwang Jae-won/Baselus-Lee Geun-ho-Ko Jae-hyeon -Gwangju FC: Kim Kyung-min (GK)/Lee Sun-min-Ahn Young-gyu-Timo-Doo Hyun-seok

/ Kim Han-gil – Lee Hi-gyun – Jeong Ho-yeon – Joo Young-jae / Heo Yul – Sandro

▶ First half: Gwangju Kim Han-gil – Sandro ‘Magic Girl’ consecutive goals

Daegu started off against Gwangju in the early stages and blocked it with solid defense. In the 15th minute of the first half, Gwangju Lee Hee-gyun’s first shot, which stripped Daegu’s defense, missed the goal. After that, Gwangju dominated the atmosphere. In the 18th minute of the first half, during the build-up process right after the set piece, Timo’s long pass with his left foot headed for Kim Han-gil, who dug into the back space. Kim Han-gil shook the net lightly with a sensuous one-touch shot. It was the Gwangju debut goal of a veteran striker from Seoul and Jeonnam. After halfway through the first half, Daegu’s counterattack began. In the 28th minute of the first half, Kim Kang-san’s thunderbolt shot, which took over Keita’s pass, was blocked by Kim Kyung-min’s save. In the 29th minute of the first half, Baselus’ left-footed shot missed slightly. Gwangju coach Lee Jeong-hyo pulled out an early replacement card in the 32nd minute of the first half. By excluding Joo Young-jae and putting Asani in, he made it clear that he would put a wedge into the game.

With the introduction of Asani, Gwangju’s attack spewed fire again. In the 34th minute of the first half, Lee Hee-kyun’s shot hit the crossbar, and in the 39th minute of the first half, Lee Hee-kyun’s shot went slightly off the target. In the 44th minute of the first half, Sandro, who took over the kill pass from Doo Hyun-seok who stole the ball from Daegu midfield, faced goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon one-on-one. Oh Seung-hoon could not block the shot. Sandro’s goal that coach Lee Jung-hyo had longed for. The first half ended with Gwangju leading 2-0.

▶Second half: Gwangju Heo Yul’s wedge goal, Daegu Ko Jae-hyun’s multi-goal, Keita’s equalizer, Ha Seung-woon’s winning goal

With the start of the second half, Daegu threw a game changer that changed both the front and back. Instead of injured goalkeeper Oh Seung-hun, Choi Young-eun was put in, striker Lee Keun-ho was replaced by Sejingya, and Baselus was replaced by Edgar. ‘King of Daegu’ Sejingya returned after 3 games since the Jeonbuk match. However, the ‘Kungkunggol!’ that Daegu home fans longed for! Instead, in the 15th minute of the second half, Gwangju’s wedge goal broke. In the 14th minute of the second half, following Doo Hyun-seok’s cross, Huh Yul’s body-thrown header exploded. Choi Young-eun hit it with her right hand, but helplessly, the ball crossed the goal line. Immediately after conceding a goal, coach Choi Won-kwon took out Lee Yong-rae and put in Park Se-jin, expressing his intention not to back down from home. Four minutes later, in the 18th minute of the second half, the comeback goal was scored. It was Ko Jae-hyeon, ‘the young gun that Daegu loves’. After inheriting Park Se-jin’s through pass, he shook the net with his right foot.

With shouts of “We Are Daegu!”, the match became even hotter. In the 22nd minute of the second half, Keita rushed in from the left flank and missed the shot. In the 23rd minute of the second half, Ko Jae-hyun’s shot from a 1-on-1 chance deflected and flew high. A corner kick followed, followed by Daegu’s flaming offensive. Sensing a crisis, Gwangju tried to make a change in the 27th minute of the second half by putting Lee Kun-hee in place of Heo Yul, Park Han-bin in place of Lee Hee-kyun, and Ha Seung-woon in place of Asani. In the 33rd minute of the second half, when the one-step battle continued, Ko Jae-hyun’s toes flashed once again following Edgar’s rush to celebrate his 100th game that day. In the 37th minute of the second half, right after Edgar’s shot was blocked by Kim Kyung-min, Keita desperately threw himself into the net. The score of 0-3 was turned back to 3-3. However, in the 41st minute of the second half, Gwangju, who had crouched, caught Daegu off guard again. Following Sandro’s cross, Ha Seung-woon’s right foot split the net. Gwangju, who won 3 consecutive away matches on August 30, 2020, 6-4, March 10, 2021 4-1, and August 20, 2021 2-1, won again 4-3 at Daepak, which returned after 2 years. did. It was a beautiful spring night football, a moonlight derby hotter than the sun.

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