The phrase ‘victory of tenacity’ fits perfectly. From the coaching staff to the players, everyone did their best to achieve a ‘precious first win’ until the whistle sounded at the end of the game, overshadowing the previous slow process.

Gangwon FC ‘Choi Yong-su-ho’ laid the stepping stone of the reversal. On the 26th, in the K-League 1 round 9 home game against FC Seoul, Lee Woong-hee’s dramatic winning goal in the 45th minute of the second half led to a 3-2 victory, and the long-awaited season victory was successful.

The process was dramatic. Park Sang-hyeok and Jeong Seung-yong scored consecutive goals in the 24th minute and 20 seconds of the second half, respectively, and Gangwon opened the scoring, allowing Seoul Im Sang-hyeop to score consecutive goals in the 7th and 23rd minutes of the second half. Once again, darkness fell over the achievement of 1 win. The psychological collapse of the players was greater than ever. Nevertheless, he did not lose his concentration until the end, and just before the end, Lee Woong-hee scored the winning goal with a right-footed turning shot following an exquisite chest trapping.

Gangwon was the least scoring team in the league with only 3 goals until the last 8 games. That’s only one field goal. The rest are penalty kicks and opponent’s own goals.

Dino is struggling to adjust his condition due to the aftermath of a long-term injury last year, and Yang Hyun-joon, ‘Young Gun’, was also unable to score due to overlapping opponent checks, injuries, and impatience. The game against Seoul, which I played with earnestness, was different. Yang Hyeon-Jun woke up as he assisted Park Sang-Hyeok’s opening goal with an accurate cross following his signature nimble side break. In addition, Gangwon tried 9 shots on the day and connected 4 of them with valid shots. The effective shot rate was 44.4%. The cross success rate also reached 33.3%.

Until the 8th round, Gangwon had the lowest number of shots (64) in the league as well as the lowest effective shot rate at 25%. Daegu FC had the lowest effective shot rate after Gangwon, reaching 49%. That’s why the decision-making power in front of the goal was very low, but on this day, to the surprise of coach Choi, the players operated the scorer ‘Pong, Pung’.토토사이트

Although a ‘failure’ occurred in Seoul’s last attack situation, Gangwon won more than one win, giving them confidence and belief that ‘we can do it and score goals’. Gangwon will play a 10th round away match against Jeonbuk Hyundai at 4:30 pm on the 29th at Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

Gangwon is an away game, but as Jeonbuk continues to fall short of the normal track, they are aiming for at least 1 victory point. Jeonbuk lost 1-2 in an away match against Daejeon Hana Citizen on the day Gangwon won their first match. Also, Daejeon changed all 10 starting field players who played in the previous game, but it was helpless. Jeonbuk changed the mood by winning 2-0 against Jeju United in the 8th round, but then coach Kim Sang-sik protested against the referee’s decision and left the team.

Jeonbuk will play the Gangwon expedition without coach Kim. A clear strategy is required to control Gangwon, which has a ‘one-win momentum’ as well as to deal with the messy situation.

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