FC Seoul won the 100th ‘Super Match’ in front of 30,000 spectators.

Seoul won 3-1 in a confrontation with Suwon Samsung in the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023 season’ held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 22nd. Seoul continued its dominance with a total of 40 wins, 25 draws and 35 losses in Super Matches.

Seoul, who had not been able to score a goal until the middle of the first half even after taking the initiative, shook Suwon’s goal net with Na Sang-ho’s left-footed shot from the box in the 37th minute of the first half. It was his 4th consecutive goal and his 5th goal of the season.토토사이트

Thanks to Na Sang-ho’s goal, Seoul finished the first half 1-0 and raised the level of offense in the second half. In the 8th minute of the second half, Hwang Eui-jo, one of the national team’s one-stop players, pushed the ball from the goal in front of Ki Sung-yong’s corner kick. Hwang Eui-jo’s first field goal of the season put Seoul up 2-0.

Seoul scored an additional goal in the 32nd minute of the second half, showing the leisure of arranging the stamina of the main players by replacing Ki Sung-yong and Lee Tae-seok. In the 36th minute of the second half, the Suwon goalkeeper blocked Na Sang-ho’s shot well, and Palosevich turned the ball into a goal.

Seoul, which had a huge 3-0 lead, conceded a goal to Mulich in the 43rd minute of the second half, but had no problem winning the game. Mulich is a frontline striker brought from Seongnam FC by Suwon to fill the gap left by Oh Hyun-kyu, who moved to Celtic. With this victory, Seoul rose to second place with 16 points in 8 games this season (5 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses).

Like a super match, the nervous warfare was intense.

In the middle of the first half, Hwang Eui-jo of Seoul collided with his opponent Basani and fell and the game was stopped. At this time, Palosevich and Jeong Seung-won collided, and everyone received a warning card. After scoring a goal in the 37th minute of the first half, Na Sang-ho ran to the Suwon away cheering booth and provoked him. Afterwards, Suwon fans booed whenever Na Sang-ho caught the ball.

However, Seoul fans raised their voices at Seoul’s continued onslaught, and nearly 4,000 Suwon away fans let out a disappointed sigh after being beaten 0-2.

Suwon, who played the first game under the acting manager Seong-yong Choi, tried to bounce back through a super match, but there was no victory that day either. Suwon was at the bottom of the league with 7 wins (2 draws and 5 losses) before the game. As former head coach Lee Byung-geun was sacked, the atmosphere in the team fell to its worst. As they helplessly lost in the super match, the intensity of the fans’ criticism grew stronger.

On the other hand, members of the ‘National Singer’ Lim Young-woong’s fan club Heroic Age were also captured in various places in the audience. Lim Young-woong fans who visited the stadium raised their voices when Hwang Ui-jo, known as Lim Young-woong’s “best friend,” scored a goal.

A whopping 45,007 spectators filled the FC Seoul-Daegu FC match (Seoul World Cup Stadium) on the 9th, when Lim Young-woong’s poetry celebration and halftime event were held together. This is a figure that was expected to some extent due to the explosive pre-booking of Lim Young-woong fans. It is the largest number of spectators in professional sports since Corona 19 and the largest record in the K-League, which has only counted paid spectators since 2018. It seems that some of the fans who visited the stadium at the time visited the stadium today to watch soccer.

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