Judgment dispute in ‘extra time of extra time’… Jeonbuk is in a quagmire

Jeonbuk Hyundai, the representative of the professional soccer K League 1, fell into the pit properly after being hit with bad news that two of the main players were sent off after a dispute over the decision in the vacancy of the command tower.

It is the 10th game in the opening game, and the situation is still unsatisfactory, but as Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan received a red card for a violent protest, it became difficult to play in the next game, and a defensive gap became inevitable.

Jeonbuk suffered a bitter defeat 0-1 to Gangwon FC in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 10 home game held at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Jeonbuk on the 29th.

Jeonbuk, which held the ball with over 70% possession throughout the game and dominated in various indicators such as the number of shots (10-4), number of passes (545-142), and number of crosses (6-0), was unable to defend the goal at the last moment.

From Jeonbuk’s point of view, this loss came from an uncertain situation in many ways.

In the second half of the extra time, Yang Hyun-jun overcame the competition with Kim Gun-woong and drove the ball to Jeonbuk’s penalty box.

Yang Hyeon-jun, who advanced to the goalkeeper with three dribbles, calmly launched the ball with his right foot and scored his first goal of the season, turning the game into a dramatic victory for Gangwon.

However, the moment Yang Hyun-joon competed with Kim Gun-woong was the point at which 55 seconds had passed after all 4 minutes given as extra time had passed.

In effect, it was like conceding a goal that led to defeat in ‘extra time of extra time’.

Also, it was a pity for Jeonbuk that Yang Hyun-jun was not given a foul during the competition with Kim Gun-woong.

Kim Geon-woong, who fell after colliding with Yang Hyeon-jun, who was rushing at high speed, looked at the referee for extension while chasing, and immediately protested to the referee when Yang Hyeon-jun succeeded in scoring a theater goal.

While the entire Gangwon team cheered in a crucible of enthusiasm and excitement, with Yang Hyeon-jun running to coach Choi Yong-soo and giving him a hug, all Jeonbuk players ran to referee Kim Young-soo with a firm expression.

Hong Jeong-ho, who followed referee Kim Young-soo and protested vehemently while his teammates stopped him, eventually received a yellow card and left the ground in the 7th minute of extra time in the second half due to accumulated warnings.

Kim Moon-hwan, who continued to protest, went one step further and received a red card without a yellow card a minute later.

As a result, Jeonbuk had to suffer the loss of a red card again before they could recover all the aftereffects of the ‘immediate exit’ that occurred six days ago.

In the aftermath of Jeonbuk’s coach Kim Sang-shik being immediately sent off after strongly protesting against the decision in the second half of an away game against Jeju United on the 23rd, head coach Kim Doo-hyun temporarily took over the helm.

Jeonbuk, who had played without coach Kim until the match against Gangwon that day, had Hong Jeong-ho play one game and Kim Moon-hwan could not play two games due to accumulated warnings.

To make matters worse, Jeonbuk’s next game is an away game against FC Seoul scheduled for Children’s Day on the 5th of next month.

Seoul is a team that shows impressive performance at the beginning of the season, such as defeating Suwon FC 3-0 in the game held earlier on the day and leaping to second place (6 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses, 19 points).

In particular, the attack power is fierce. As the team with the most goals (21 goals) among the 12 teams in the first division, Na Sang-ho, who runs the top scorer (7 goals), is proud of his condition.

On the other hand, Jeonbuk has a win rate of 30% with 3 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses in 10 games since the opening. It is also ranked 9th. 스포츠토토

Jeonbuk was sluggish at the beginning of last season as well, but competed for the championship with Ulsan Hyundai in the second half and finished in 2nd place, earning them the reputation as a ‘slow starter’.

Even last season, in the first 10 games, Jeonbuk recorded an even better record of 4 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses.

Since 2013, when the promotion system was introduced, Jeonbuk has never achieved a 30% win rate in this section. There has never been a season without six losses.

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