He played a satisfactory performance in the derby with his name on it, but regret remained on his face. He showed his true intentions well when he drew the line, “If you give points, 50 points.” It was a bitter self-review by Amano Jun (32, Jeonbuk), who was the main character of the ‘Amano Derby’.
After losing 1-2 in the Ulsan expedition on the 25th, Amano met with reporters and said, “It was a game where I did not know what the outcome would be. Ulsan was definitely a good team,” he shook his head, saying, “We only lost one game during the long season.”
Amano was a player who heated up professional soccer even before the opening. It is thanks to him, who won the championship in Ulsan last year, and changed into a Jeonbuk uniform in an uncertain process.
Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo pointed out that Amano ‘lied’, and the truth battle he refuted was enough to attract fans’ attention.
Since Ulsan and Jeonbuk faced each other from the opening match, the interest in Amano was clearly evident in the crowd. In the middle of the stands, a placard that read “Liar Amano” in Japanese was flying. In addition, the fierce booing that started when he applauded Ulsan, the champion team last year, was repeated only when he caught the ball. 토토사이트
Despite the booing from the Ulsan fans, Amano performed at his best. He boosted his confidence with the first shot by combining both teams in the 6th minute of the first half, and 4 minutes later he delivered a sharp pass to his teammate Song Min-gyu to help with the opening goal. First help in K League 1. Until he left the ground in the 14th minute of the second half, he changed his evaluation of himself by risking active forward pressure and rough physical fights.
What leaves Amano regretful is the fact that the game ended with a 1-2 come-from-behind defeat, not the expected victory. At the end of the first half, Ulsan Eom Won-sang tied the score, and in the 20th minute of the second half, Rubikson even gave up a goal.
Amano seemed to think that if he had scored, he would have made a different result. “I wanted to score, but I couldn’t,” he said. “My score today is 50.” In addition, he expressed his regret about the Amano Derby. He said, “It would be a lie if I said I didn’t pay attention to (the booing).” A lot of Jeonbuk fans came and played the game with all their might.” At the same time, he promised, “I will try to create better results in the future.”