“After 70 minutes, the number of wins was right.”
Ulsan Hyundai coach Hong Myung-bo said this after a dramatic come-from-behind victory over Gwangju FC in the homeroom. ‘ After trailing 0-1 in the home game against Gwangju in the 10th round, Bakko in the 41st minute and Joo Min-gyu in the 45th minute came from behind to win 2-1. It was after that. We did it strategically, but it fit well.”
Ulsan struggled with Gwangju’s strong pressure and attacking football led by coach Lee Jung-hyo. In the 36th minute of the second half, Gwangju substitute Lee Kang-hyun took the lead. However, coach Hong was replaced at the last minute. Bako and Lee Chung-yong, who were put in, contributed to the score.,5 minutes after the first goal was lost, Bako finished Kim Min-hyeok’s pass with a right foot non-stop shot.,In the 45th minute of the second half, Lee Chung-yong connected with a header when Bako’s shot hit a defensive block and bounced, and Ju Min-gyu Head
coach Hong said, “Looking at last year’s data, the ratio of forward pressure was almost the same both at home and away. Today, I was told to find the right timing for pressure, but players do it habitually, so the (opponent) ball penetrates and connects. There were some dangerous scenes, but this will also be a good preparation for the next one.”
Ulsan, who recorded 8 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss (25 points), closed the gap with second place FC Seoul (19 points). They kept their lead by widening the score to 6. Gwangju is in 6th place after 3 consecutive matches without a win (1 draw, 2 losses) and 13 points.온라인카지노
Even with the victory on this day, Ulsan couldn’t just smile. Center back Kim Ki-hee left the ground due to an injury. While other center backs such as Jeong Seung-hyeon and Lim Jong-eun were also injured, coach Hong started a three-back with Kim Young-kwon at the center after Kim Ki-hee left. He said, “I think we need to prepare well for how we will (defense composition) with Kim Ki-hee’s injury.”
Regarding defensive midfielder Boyanic, who played only 45 minutes in the first half of the day, “I think it is still in the stage of adaptation. It took me a long time to adapt to going abroad as well. I am not particularly concerned.” Also, regarding Um Won-sang, who recently scored poorly, “There are times when it is good in terms of performance and sometimes not. Maybe it’s because I don’t get a chance to score lately. I think I need to train to create a little more opportunity,” he emphasized.