Song Jin-gyu 2 goals Duarte’s winning goal… K-League 2 Ansan Seoul E to finish last

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First win of the season and the first win in 8 matches after 2 draws and 5 losses against E-Land
‘Jonathan’s winning goal’ Anyang wins 1-0 over Bucheon… Gyeongnam-Chungnam Asan is 0-0

The professional soccer K League 2 Ansan Greeners got their first consecutive win of the season and broke the chain of 7 matches against Seoul E-Land and came out of the bottom.

Ansan won the Hana OneQ K League 2 2022 round 22nd round E-Land in an away match at the Mokdong Sports Complex in Seoul on the 22nd and won 3-2 after a melee game.

Song Jin-gyu, in his 4th year as a professional, scored two goals, including his K-League debut, in the first half alone, and Duarte scored the winning goal in the 32nd minute of a 2-2 match, leading Ansan to victory.

After the 3-0 win over Bucheon FC on the 13th, Ansan, who enjoyed the joy of their first consecutive win this season, accumulated 17 points (3 wins, 8 draws and 9 losses), and bottomed out at Busan I’Park (15 points, 3 wins, 6 draws and 11 losses). He pulled down and succeeded in escaping last place (11th).

In particular, against E-Land, it was meaningful since August 2020, winning the first 8 matches after 2 draws and 5 losses.

On the other hand, E-Land remained in 7th place with 22 points (4 wins, 10 draws and 6 losses) after continuing sluggishness with a draw (5 draws and 2 losses) in the last 7 matches.

Song Jin-gyu 2 goals + Duarte's winning goal...  K League 2 Ansan, Seoul E to finish last

Ansan boosted momentum with Song Jin-gyu’s first goal in the 13th minute.

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E-Land goalkeeper Yoon Bo-sang hit a cross from the right side of the penalty area, but it fell on the right inside the penalty area and Song Jin-gyu kicked it in with his left foot.

It was Song Jin-gyu’s first goal in his K-League career, who made his professional debut with Suwon Samsung in the K League 1 in 2019.

Ansan’s lead was suspended in the 25th minute of the first half.

E-Land Kim Jeong-hwan crossed from the left inside the opponent’s penalty area, and Tsubasa finished with his right foot from the right of the goal.

Ansan took the lead again with Song Jin-gyu’s second goal in the 32nd minute.

Jinkyu Song, who broke the opponent’s defense with a 2-1 pass with Lee Sang-min and dug into the right side of the goal area, shook the E-Land net once more with a right-footed shot to finish the first half with Ansan holding the lead 2-1.

In the 27th minute of the second half, E-Land returned to balance with Seo Jae-min’s cross headed by Kadenasi.

Then, in the 32nd minute of the second half, Duarte, who received a pass from Cañotou, bounced off the net with a left-footed shot from the left side of the goal to divide the game.

Duarte, who played for E-Land in the 2019 season, put a dagger in his former team.

Song Jin-gyu 2 goals + Duarte's winning goal...  K League 2 Ansan, Seoul E to finish last

FC Anyang won 1-0 in the away match against Bucheon FC by keeping Jonathan’s winning goal 9 minutes after kick-off to the end.

Jonathan slipped the ball into the right inside the penalty area after Acosti stabbed it near the half line and finished with a right footed shot.

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Anyang (points 31, 8 wins, 7 draws and 5 losses), which recently won 3 games after 1 draw and 1 loss, maintained 4th place.

Bucheon (31 points, 9 wins, 4 draws, 7 losses), which is in the swamp of draws (2 draws, 5 losses) in the last 7 matches, has the same score (21 goals), but is ranked behind by the difference in goal difference (Bucheon +3, Anyang -2) has not changed

At Jinju Stadium, Gyeongnam FC and Chungnam Asan could not decide the match 0-0.

Gyeongnam, which had drawn 3 matches in a row, was in 6th place with 25 points (6 wins, 7 draws and 7 losses), and Asan, Chungnam, which drew 2 matches in a row, maintained 5th place with 29 points (7 wins, 8 draws and 5 losses).

/yunhap news

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