‘Again 3 consecutive victories’ Ulsan, solo system solid → Right below the grand marriage → Suwon’s first win report… Golden Week holiday

Children’s Day, the three-day golden holiday has come to an end. There was no comma in the K-League even in the rain. The K-League 1 has already turned around. All teams in the 2023 season faced each other once.

The leading position is becoming clearer. The defending champion, Ulsan Hyundai, is ‘infant independent’. On the 5th, in the 11th round of’Hana One Q K League 1 2023′, Daegu FC was defeated 3-0 and ran for 3 consecutive wins. ‘Young Gun’ Hwang Jae-hwan emerged as a surprise star with two goals.

On the other hand, the gap widened further as the teams in the second place group failed to get 3 points as if they had promised. The difference between Ulsan with 28 points and second place FC Seoul (20 points) is 8 points. Ulsan recorded 9 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss in the first round robin. “Looks like we got more points than we thought.” Director Hong Myung-bo’s smile is Ulsan’s today.

The loud spring rain did not stop 스포츠토토the box office momentum at the Seoul World Cup Stadium. ‘Legend Match’, 37,008 people gathered in Sangambeol on the 5th, when Seoul and Jeonbuk faced each other. Throughout the 90 minutes, a thrilling one-step battle continued. Jeonbuk took the stage for the first time after coach Kim Sang-sik resigned, and Gustavo reported a goal this season in 11 seconds from the start of the game. The ’11 second goal’ is the K-League’s shortest time scoring tie in 16 years. On May 23, 2007, Incheon United’s Bang Seung-hwan scored a goal in 11 seconds against Pohang Steelers. In the 32nd minute of the second half, Park Dong-jin scored an equalizer with a header in Seoul, but it fell short of 2% in the reverse. The two teams drew 1-1 and shared 1 point each. Seoul’s jinx against Jeonbuk continued. The draw against Jeonbuk has increased to 18 matches (5 draws and 13 losses).

Pohang, who had been standing shoulder to shoulder with Seoul, lost 1-2 in the away match against Jeju United on the 6th and fell into a swamp of losing streak. Pohang maintained 3rd place with 19 points, while Jeju was placed below the chin of the 2nd place group with an amazing rise of 5 wins and 1 loss in the last 6 games. 5th place Jeju has 17 points, and the difference between them and 2nd place Seoul is only 3 points.

The match between Gwangju FC and Daejeon Hana Citizen, which drew attention as a match between promoted teams, ended in a goalless draw. Daejeon maintained 4th place (18 points), but Gwangju went down from 6th to 7th place (14 points).

The lowest ranked Suwon Samsung reported their first win of the season after 11 games. In an away match against Incheon on the 5th, Lee Ki-je won a 1-0 victory with a fantastic free kick goal. Coach Kim Byung-soo, who was appointed as the new head coach of Suwon, watched the game from the stands that day. He conducted the first training session on the 7th. Suwon has succeeded in turning around after breaking the chain of five consecutive losses, but it has a long way to go. With 1 win, 2 draws and 8 losses, Suwon, which is at the bottom with 5 points, has a 5-point gap with Gangwon FC (10 points) in 10th place. Gangwon lost 0-2 to Suwon FC on the 6th despite numerical superiority. Suwon FC rose to 6th place (15 points).

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