Gangwon FC, which is trying to transform into an attack-oriented style under coach Yoon Jeong-hwan, laid the foundation for escaping the relegation zone by staging a ‘three-goal game’ for the first time in five months.카지노사이트

Gangwon succeeded in getting out of last place by winning 3-1 in the away game against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the 30th round of K League 1 on the 16th. This is the second time this season that he has scored three goals in one game, after the 9th round home game against FC Seoul on April 26 (3-2 win).

There is still a long way to go with the goal of remaining in the first division, but with 8 games remaining in the league (3 regular league games, 5 final round games), Gangwon has 24 points (4 wins, 12 draws, 14 losses), 10th place Suwon FC (points) 29) was ranked 11th, 5 points behind. The point gap with last place Suwon Samsung (22 points) is 2.

After Coach Yoon was brought in as a firefighter last June, Gangwon put pressure on the opponent from a higher position than before and tried to escape their poor performance with aggressive moves. A transition period was inevitable, but Hyundai gained confidence as they defeated their rivals, Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai, representing the K League, within a month.

In particular, Jeonbuk War pounded the opponent hard with the ‘Brazilian Three Musketeers’, Gabriel, Yago, and Gallego.

While summer transfers such as Gabriel, Yago, and Wellington are increasingly integrating into the team, it was encouraging to see Gallego and Kim Dae-won score goals against Jeonbuk. In particular, Gallego had good technique, but he dragged the ball a bit and did not gain Coach Yoon’s trust due to his selfish play. However, I recently gathered myself and tried to dedicate myself more to the team, and I got a chance to start in the Jeonbuk game after two months. As a demonstration, he repaid the manager’s trust by scoring the winning goal in extra time in the first half.

Even when Gangwon was ahead, they did not lower their defensive line and fought back strongly, but in the 30th minute of the second half, Kim Dae-won opened the scoring. He had the most attack points (25) in the league last season and has performed poorly this season. However, with the activation of the resurrection gun on this day, a stepping stone for a turnaround was laid.

Gangwon is recording the lowest score in the league this season with 23 goals, and has scored 12 goals in 12 games since Coach Yoon took office. He is averaging 1 goal per game. As scoring multiple goals can be a hindrance in the last-minute race to escape the relegation zone, ‘goal scoring games’ have become important in addition to scoring points.

Suwon FC currently has 32 goals and Suwon Samsung has 27 goals.

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