‘Jang Baek-gyu’s Winning Goal’ K League 2 New Club Cheonan’s First Consecutive Win… ‘Leading Last Place in Sight’
Jeonnam won 1-0 against Asan, Chungnam…
Anyang jumps two places to 6th place and draws 1-1 with Gyeongnam in a ‘bloody battle in the rain’
Cheonan City FC, a new club in professional soccer K-League 2,
achieved its first impressive winning streak with its third win of the season.
Cheonan defeated Bucheon FC 1-0 in the home game of the 32nd round of Hana 1Q K League 2 2023 held at Cheonan Sports Complex on the 20th.
Month of July
Last July, the new club Cheonan, which achieved its first win in 21 games,
recorded its second win against Seoul E-Land FC in the previous game,
recorded its first impressive win in a row by adding a win today.
Also, for the first time, they finished two consecutive games without giving up a goal.
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accumulated 17 points and was one point ahead of 12th place Ansan (18 points),
putting it on the verge of being eliminated from last place.
The record against Bucheon was also balanced at 1 win, 1 draw, and 1 loss.
Bucheon (49 points) suffered a blow to last-place Cheonan City FC, but maintained third place.
The 6-game undefeated streak (4 wins, 2 draws) ended.
Cheonan took the lead in the 21st minute of the first half with Baek-gyu Jang’s first goal.
In a free kick situation on the left side, Jang Baek-gyu aimed directly at the goal with his right foot,
the ball, which left Jang Baek-gyu’s foot, bounced once on the ground in front of the goal and hit the net.
At Asan Yi Sun-sin Stadium, Jeonnam Dragons defeated Chungnam Asan FC 1-0.
Jeonnam has recently won two games in a row,
while maintaining an advantage over its opponents
by recording two wins and a draw against Asan Chungnam this season.
Jeonnam (44 points), which added 3 points, jumped two places to 6th place.
Chungnam Asan (33 points) remained in 11th place.
The ground was in such poor condition that huge puddles of water formed here
and there and sprays would come up when the ball was kicked.
The two teams ended the first half tied 0-0 after a fierce battle.
In the second half, the joys and sorrows of both teams were mixed.
Jeonnam’s Plana crossed forward from the right flank,
Sang-Hoon Choo ran toward the goal and hit the net with a diving header.
Chungnam Asan expected a tying goal, but instead,
Lee Hak-min was sent off for accumulating warnings in extra time in the second half,
putting them at a numerical disadvantage.
Jeonnam had the last laugh, protecting Choo Sang-hoon’s first goal until the end.
At Anyang Stadium, FC Anyang and Gyeongnam FC drew 1-1 after a ‘bloody underwater battle’.
Anyang, which had been on a three-game losing streak recently,
was unable to add a win in four consecutive games until this day.
Including the draw on this day, they were inferior,
recording 1 draw and 2 losses in 3 games against Gyeongnam this season.
Anyang, who took 1 point, accumulated 43 points, but lost 6th place to Jeonnam,
which won against Asan Chungnam that day, and fell to 7th place.
5th place Gyeongnam (46 points) chased 4th place Gimpo FC (49 points) by 3 points.
With drizzling rain, Anyang took the lead with Bruno’s header in the 31st minute of the first half.
Ahn Yong-woo kicked the ball with his left foot from the right corner,
Bruno, who jumped up from the goal,
hit the ball exactly with his forehead and hit the top corner of the goal.
Gyeongnam balanced the score with an equalizer in the second half.
In the 12th minute of the second half, in a mixed situation at the goal,
Jo Hyang-gi hit the net with a right-footed shot from near the penalty arc,
scoring the biggest goal of the season.
Gyeongnam’s Park Jae-hwan’s header hit the net in the 43rd minute of the second half,
but it was ruled offside and it was disappointing.