The two promoted teams, Gwangju FC and Daejeon Hana Citizen, who are causing a sensation, will face off for the first time in the season. Attention is also drawn to the battle of resourcefulness between Gwangju coach Lee Jeong-hyo (48) and Daejeon coach Lee Min-seong (50).

Gwangju and Daejeon clash on the 6th at 7pm in the 11th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium. It is a confrontation between two teams that are receiving applause from K-League fans not only for their results this season but also for their performances.

The driving force behind the blast of the two promoted teams is by far the ‘attack’. This is evident in the indicators. Gwangju’s ranking is 6th (4 wins, 1 draw, 5 losses, 13 points), but the number of shots is 131, the most in the league. The number of effective shots (51) is also tied for first place with Ulsan Hyundai.

In addition to shooting, it is the team that has attempted the most breakthroughs by players (101 times) and succeeded in the most breakthroughs (40 times). This is why the evaluation of the Gwangju match as ‘it tastes good’ comes out.

The style of coach Lee Jung-hyo, who declared ‘attack soccer’ early on, is well reflected in the tactics. From the media day of the field training before the start of the season, coach Lee said, “No matter what difficulties we face, we will attack with courage. Even if I am in danger of relegation, I will not compromise with reality.” And it is causing a sensation with real attack football.

Daejeon is not easy either. With 17 points (5 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses), they are proudly ranked 4th after Ulsan, FC Seoul and Pohang Steelers. The driving force is firepower. He scored 18 goals in 10 matches. It is the third most goals in the league after Seoul (21 goals) and Ulsan (19 goals).

Unlike the preceding Gwangju, the number of shots was second in the league (103), but they scored a lot. Although the number of shots is small, the ratio of those shots to effective shots is the highest at 42.72%. Also, the number of assists (13) is the highest in the league. It means that there are many goals made directly with organizational power. 스포츠토토

The style of Daejeon is also heavily influenced by director Lee Min-seong. Previously, when Ulsan challenged the record of 7 consecutive wins in the opening game, it was to the point of setting a ‘counter fire’. At the time, coach Lee said, “Even if we lose, we have to go out aggressively and stick together. It is a concept that our team must continue to carry.” Even coach Hong Myung-bo, who was the enemy general, applauded, saying, “Daejeon’s choice is a good precedent for other K-League teams.”

It is expected that an exciting game will unfold throughout the 90 minutes as it is a confrontation between two teams shouting attacks like this. Coincidentally, Daejeon has recently recorded 1 win and 2 losses, and Gwangju has 1 draw and 2 losses. The match is expected to spark even more as they have to turn the atmosphere around by sacrificing each other. The eyes of K-League fans are heading to the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 6th.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.