3 streak ‘challenge’ Suwon FC vs 3 streak ‘crisis’ Suwon Samsung

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The second Suwon Derby of the season will be held. A fierce battle is expected with the atmosphere between the two teams sharply different.

Suwon FC and Suwon Samsung will play the 18th round of ‘Hana One Q K-League 1 2022’ to be held at the Suwon Sports Complex at 7 pm on the 25th.

Suwon FC (5 wins, 3 draws, 9 losses, 23 points and 29 runs) beat the ‘hard enemy’ Pohang Steelers 2-1 in the previous round, thanks to Seung-woo Lee’s 3 consecutive goals in the previous round, and ran for two consecutive wins.

With 18 points, they have the same points as 10th place Suwon Samsung (4 wins, 6 draws, 7 losses, 13 points and 19 runs), but they are ahead in the number of points and placed 8th.

On the other hand, Suwon Samsung is on the verge of losing three consecutive games. On the 19th, they lost in a row against FC Seoul in the Super Match (0-1) and on the 22nd (1-2) against Jeonbuk Hyundai.

In the middle of the season, the colors of both teams are clearly different. Suwon FC and Suwon Samsung are concerned about loose defensive walls and dull windows, respectively.

Suwon FC, which has recorded the most runs in the league, scores a lot instead of losing a lot. 3rd in league scoring. On the other hand, Suwon Samsung, which is recording the least points in the league, loses relatively little instead of scoring less. They are in 6th place in the league.

Suwon FC are looking forward to Lee Seung-woo’s toes, who are aiming to score in four consecutive games as they have an advantage in attack power.

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Seungwoo Lee is showing a strong side in ‘Castle Park’ (Suwon Sports Complex), scoring 6 out of a total of 7 goals (tied 5th) in the home game.

Suwon Samsung are still suffering from a goal drought, although Saric added a penalty kick in the previous round. In order to win, you must supplement your goal determination. The key is whether he can regain his sense of goal against Suwon FC’s defense.

In the first match held at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on February 26, Suwon Samsung defeated Suwon FC 1-0. The two teams have faced each other 9 times so far, with 4 wins, 1 draw and 4 losses.

Incheon United (7 wins, 6 draws, 4 losses, 27 points), who jumped to fourth place, will play the ‘Gyeongin Derby’ against 7th place FC Seoul (5 wins, 6 draws, 6 losses, 21 points) at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the same day.

Incheon scored a hat-trick in the previous round (4-1 win over Gangwon) and climbed to the top scorer in the league (14 goals).

On the other hand, 12th place Seongnam FC (2 wins, 5 draws, 10 losses, 11 points), aiming for victory in the first time in four games, is off to an away match against leader Ulsan Hyundai (12 wins, 3 draws, 2 losses, 39 points).

In K League 2, Ansan Greeners FC (3 wins, 8 draws, 9 losses, 17 points), who succeeded in escaping from last place with a victory in the previous match (3-2 wins against Seoul E-Land), is aiming for three consecutive victories in the 23rd round away against Chungnam Asan. .

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On the other hand, 3rd place Bucheon FC 1995 (9 wins, 4 draws, 7 losses, 31 points), which has recently lost 3 consecutive games, is trying to reverse the game against Busan I-Park.

Next, 4th place FC Anyang (8 wins, 7 draws, 5 losses, 31 points) called Seoul E-Land home, and 8th place Gimpo FC (5 wins, 5 draws, 10 losses, 20 points) played in an away game against Daejeon Hana Citizen go out

[ 경기신문 = 김세영 기자 ]

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