‘No Goal PK Theater Goal’ Incheon, Daegu and dramatic draw… Suwon wins the first two consecutive seasons

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Incheon United’s Mugosa runs towards the crowd after scoring the equalizer in the match against Daegu FC in the professional soccer K League 1 held at the Incheon Football Stadium on the 17th. yunhap news

Professional soccer K League 1 Incheon United drew an equalizer from Mugosa’s penalty kick (PK) in extra time in the second half to draw a dramatic draw with Daegu FC. Suwon Samsung continued their upward momentum after defeating Sangmu Kim Cheon with Jeon Jin-woo’s two consecutive goals and taking over as manager Lee Byung-geun.

Incheon recorded a 2-2 draw with Daegu in the home match of the 13th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2022 held at the Incheon Football Stadium on the 17th.

Incheon, which had drawn two matches in a row in the last two games, added one point and reduced the gap with second-placed Jeju United (22 points) by one point. I had to be content with continuing my work. Daegu stayed in 9th place (14 points).

The away team Daegu took the lead. In the 15th minute of the first half, Sejinya’s cross was redirected to a header by Hong Jeong-woon and shook the Incheon goal net. Incheon, who conceded the first goal, was also injured. Midfielder Yeoreum injured his ankle while landing and was replaced by Lee Myung-joo in the 19th minute of the first half.

Incheon, who started to pursue, equalized the score with an equalizer in extra time in the first half. The Daegu defense headered Min Kyung-hyun’s cross, but the Mugosa at the gate caught it and scored with a left-footed non-stop volley. Mugosa, the top scorer, was the first to reach the 10th goal with this goal.

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Incheon, who turned the game to the starting point, called in Lee Yong-jae at the start of the second half and sent out Kim Do-hyeok to reinforce the midfield.

After that, the two teams continued to fight, and Daegu took the lead again in the 34th minute of the second half. Sejinya scored an additional goal from a right-footed free kick kicked into the corner of the goal from the set piece chance he had won. It was his third goal in a row and his fifth goal of the season.

After that, Incheon launched a general offensive with Hong Si-hoo and others. A penalty kick was awarded in extra time in the second half. The referee caught Daegu Kim Jin-hyuk’s handball foul through video analysis (VAR). Incheon, who started as a kicker, successfully balanced the game with a right-footed shot. Mugosa took the lead in scoring with the 10th and 11th goals on the day.

Earlier, at the Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon Samsung defeated Kimcheon Sangmu 2-1. The victory was won with Lee Ki-je’s opening goal in the 29th minute and Jeon Jin-woo’s consecutive goals in the 24th minute of the second half. Jeon Jin-woo scored two goals in a row following the last match against Seongnam FC. In the second half of the second half, Gyu-Sung Jo scored a goal from a penalty kick in extra time, but there was not enough time to catch up with Suwon.

Suwon, who succeeded in winning their first two consecutive wins and three consecutive home wins of the season, moved into 8th place (16 and 11 points). Suwon, which had been sluggish at the beginning of the season, has recorded 3 wins and 1 loss since Lee Byung-geun took over as manager. Kim Cheon, who lost 3 matches in a row without a win (1 draw and 2 losses), stayed in 7th place (16 points and 16 points).

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Kim Ki-joong reporter


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