Suwon Samseong head coach Kim Byung-soo was disappointed to lose a crucial match.

Suwon Samseong lost 0-2 to Suwon FC on Friday at Suwon World Cup Stadium in the 25th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 and the 14th ‘Suwon Derby’ in their history, conceding a goal to Ras in the 26th minute and a goal from Lee Seung-woo in first-half stoppage time.

In the ‘Suwon Derby’ in front of 17,481 fans, Suwon conceded a header to 197-centimeter striker Ras from a corner kick in the 26th minute. The Suwon players made a big mistake by losing sight of Ras and letting him get a free header.

After conceding a thunderbolt goal to Lee Seung-woo before the end of the first half, Suwon struggled to find a goal in the remaining time, but were unable to score and dropped the three points.

With this loss, Suwon Samseong has now lost all three matches of the ‘Suwon Derby’ this season. They lost 1-2 away in the third round of the league in March and 2-1 at home on June 16, making it three consecutive losses in the Suwon Derby.

They also had to end their five-match unbeaten streak (two wins and three draws) and failed to jump to 10th place in the league. Suwon remains in 11th place in the league with 18 points (4W, 6D, 15L). Suwon FC, on the other hand, increased their points tally to 23 (6W5D14L) and kept their rivals at bay.

“It’s a shame we lost because it was an important game,” said Kim at the post-match press conference, “I think our lack of numbers in the center of the field was a problem in the first half. Conceding the first goal was a big blow,” he said.

Kim also commented on Weric Popo, who made his starting debut. Weric Popo, a 190-centimeter tall Brazilian striker who Suwoosung signed on the 19th of last month, started the game and played about 55 minutes.

“I think his performance was good in its own way,” said Kim, “I think he used a lot of energy to defend in the first half, but he is a player worth watching more in the future.”온라인카지노

“We switched from a back three to a back four in the second half, but soccer is a one-on-one battle in each area, so I didn’t find much of a problem with it,” he said, adding, “It’s a shame because we had some good shots in the second half.”

When asked about the reason for the team’s loss in the Suwon Derby this season, he was nonchalant, saying, “It may be a natural phenomenon rather than a specific reason.”

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