Ulsan and Suwon, who fled again while sluggish in the top ranks, break the jinx and win 6 consecutive victories

Professional football K-League 1 Ulsan Hyundai won a dramatic victory over Suwon Samsung and solidified their leading solo system.

Ulsan won 3-2 against Suwon in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 14 away match held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 21st.

Ulsan, who accumulated 37 points (12 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss) with the victory that day, widened the gap with 2nd place Seoul (24 points) to 13 points and ran first.

On the other hand, the top teams, who were busy chasing Ulsan, only added 1 point in the 14th round, getting further away from the championship.

2nd place Seoul and 3rd place Jeju, who played head-to-head on the 20th, drew 1-1, and 4th place Pohang missed the opportunity to rise to second place alone by drawing without a goal against lower-ranking Gangwon on the 21st.

On the other hand, Ulsan broke the Suwon away jinx and ran a six-game winning streak. Ulsan failed to win with 2 draws and 3 losses in 5 away games in Suwon after the appointment of manager Hong Myung-bo in 2021, but it broke the jinx beautifully on this day.

Currently, Suwon is at the bottom, but the process of gaining victory was not smooth.

In the 5th minute of the first half, Rubikson, who received Seol Young-woo’s cross from the right side, shook the net with a picturesque left-footed volley from the left side of the penalty area. However, after 3 minutes, Ulsan, who gave away a free kick to Suwon, conceded a goal to Ahn Byeong-jun and allowed the score to equalize.

Even though it was an away game, Ulsan took the lead again in the 40th minute with central defender Kim Young-kwon’s lightning-fast 25m left-footed mid-range shot.

This is Kim Young-kwon’s debut goal in the K League 1 stage. Kim Young-kwon, who entered the K-League 1 from last season after playing abroad, scored a goal in his 50th game.

Ulsan, who finished the first half with a 2-1 lead thanks to Kim Young-kwon’s performance, conceded a goal in the 16th minute of the second half in the process of a set piece.먹튀검증

In the 16th minute of the second half, Suwon Kim Tae-hwan scored a free kick, and Lee Ki-je, the ‘Left Foot Master’, scored the equalizer.

Ulsan, struggling against Suwon’s offense, won a penalty kick in the 39th minute of the second half when Seol Young-woo tripped over Suwon Lee Sang-min’s foot in the penalty box. Martin Adam, who started as the kicker, calmly succeeded and completed a thrilling 3-2 victory.

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