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Daegu, Gangwon Kim Soo-beom marched undefeated in 9 matches of K-League 1

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Daegu players rejoicing after Kangwon Kim Soo-beom’s own goal. Provided by the Korea Professional Football Federation

Thanks to an unexpected opponent’s own goal, Daegu FC in professional soccer recorded an undefeated march in 9 games.

Daegu won 1-0 at the HanawonQ K League 1 2021 round 19 home game against Gangwon FC held at DGB Daegu Bank Park on the 30th, thanks to Kangwon’s own goal in the 43rd minute.

With the victory on this day, Daegu (9 wins, 5 draws, 4 losses, 32 points) continued undefeated (8 wins and 1 draw) in 9 consecutive matches in the K League 1 after losing to Gangwon on the 10th of last month. Including the victory in the FA Cup round of 16 against Gimhae City Hall on the 26th, it is undefeated for 10 consecutive games in the official match. In the league rankings, Jeonbuk Hyundai (8 wins, 6 draws, 3 losses, and 30 points) climbed to 3rd place.

9th place Gangwon won only 17 points with 3 wins, 8 draws and 7 losses.

In the game where there was no goal, the first goal was unexpectedly in the 43rd minute of the first half. In Daegu, who got a free kick from the left side of the Gangwon camp, Sejinya crossed the cross. Kangwon Kim Soo-beom tried to kick the ball down with his head, but rather went into the goal and scored absurdly.

Gangwon, who finished the first half with 0-1, replaced a large number of players in the second half to attack, but eventually failed to hunt for the goal and ended the game without points.

Pohang Steelers and Gwangju FC played at Pohang Steel Yard in Gyeongbuk, where Pohang won a dramatic 1-0 victory in the home.

In the 43rd minute corner in the second half of Pohang, Song Min-gyu pushed the ball into the head. With this goal, Song Min-gyu is the 7th goal in the season and has set a record of scoring 5 goals only with his head.

In Pohang, in the second half of the extra time, Im Sang-hyup got a penalty kick and went directly to the kicker, but was blocked by the save of Yoon Bo-sang. In the end, Pohang endured Gwangju’s last attack and ended the game with 1-0.

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