Daejeon Hana Citizen came from behind to beat Gwangju FC 2-1

Daejeon Hana Citizen gave Becca the first goal in a home game against Hana Bank’s K League 1 2024 Gwangju FC at Daejeon World Cup Stadium on June 22, but Song Chang-seok’s theatrical goal in the second half made the team come from behind to win 2-1.

In particular, it was meaningful in that transfer student Chun Sung-hoon scored an equalizer to score his first goal, and manager Hwang Sun-hong won his first game since returning.

In Daejeon, Lee Chang-geun (GK), Anton, Kim Hyun-woo, Aron, Park Jin-sung, Lim Deok-geun, Ju Se-jong, Kang Yoon-sung, Bae Seo-joon, Chun Sung-hoon and Jung Kang-min started, and it was notable that transfer student Chun Sung-hoon started.

For Gwangju, Kim Kyung-min (GK), Lee Sang-ki, Heo Yul-Byeon Jun-su, Kim Jin-ho, Moon Min-seo, Jung Ho-yeon, Choi Kyung-rok, Kim Han-gil, Um Ji-sung-Beka started.

The first half was Gwangju’s dominance.

Daejeon tried to find the opponent’s gaps throughout the first half with player ratio and counterattack, and it didn’t go as it wanted.

In the end, five minutes after the game began, Um Ji-sung allowed Becca, who was on the other side, to score the first goal while the defense was concentrated, and the ball possession rate in the first half fell to 39% in Daejeon – 61% in Gwangju.

In the second half, Daejeon put in Leandro without Jung Kang-min, followed by striker Yoon Do-young when defender Kim Hyun-woo was injured.토토사이트넷

And starting with Leandro, who broke through the left side in the 23rd minute of the second half, the pass continued to Yoon Do-young and Chun Sung-hoon, who received the pass, calmly kicked it with his right foot to tie the game 1-1.

However, Daejeon lost Anton and Park Jin-sung to injuries, and in the end, Leandro was also injured, and Oh Jae-seok, Lee Jung-taek, and Song Chang-seok had to be deployed in succession.

But this became a blessing in disguise.

In the 49th minute of the second half, substitute member Song Chang-seok scored a come-from-behind goal with a volley following Yoon Do-young’s heading pass.

With the victory, Daejeon scored 18 points, pushing Jeonbuk, which lost to Daegu, to 11th place.

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