Daejeon Hana Citizen caught two rabbits.

On the 26th at Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Daejeon won against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the 9th round of ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’ by tying up consecutive goals from Anton and Jinhyun Lee to win 2-1. Daejeon, which won its 5th win of the season after overcoming the defeat against Daegu FC (0-1) in the last round, jumped to 3rd place with 17 points. Daejeon vomited its spirit to catch both Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk, two strong players in the K-League 1 this season. Jeonbuk, which took a breather with the 2-0 victory over Jeju United last year, collapsed once again at home. Season 5 loss.

On this day, Daejeon chose a massive rotation. Thiago and Jo Yoo-min, the core players of the karate team, were completely excluded from the list. Lee Jin-hyeon, Kim Min-deok, and Oh Jae-seok were also excluded from the entry. Joo Se-jong, Lee Jin-hyun, Bae Jun-ho, and Leandro also started off the bench. Daejeon coach Lee Min-seong put forward a list of nine changes from the existing best 11. Yoo Kang-hyeon, Jeon Byeong-gwan, Martha, Lim Deok-geun, Kim Young-wook, Kim Ji-hoon, and Lim Eun-soo took the opportunity instead.

Coach Lee, who we met before the game, said, “Jeonbuk is slowing down recently, but they are a strong team. We prepared accordingly. It is now the ninth game, and it is time for the players to get tired, so we made a rotation through communication온라인카지노.” It’s a rotation tailored to that, and I originally thought of replacing more people if the Daegu match ended well, but it’s a bit regretful that I didn’t.” He continued, “I think it will be possible to set the direction for the remaining 30 games only when these players enter and do it.

Despite the big change, Daejeon’s performance was not shaken. Even against Jeonbuk, they did not back down and played bold pressure football. The counterattack centered on Jeon Byeong-gwan was also neat. Rather, Jeonbuk looked embarrassed. In Daejeon, Lim Deok-geun and Martha had good chances, but they did not lead to a goal. Jeonbuk put Song Min-gyu and Amano Jun in early to make a difference, but could not stop Daejeon’s momentum.

In the second half, Daejeon’s offensive became more intense. Daejeon eventually scored the opening goal. In the 5th minute of the second half, Kim Ji-hoon raised a left-footed cross from the right, and Anton jumped in to finish it. Before the game, coach Lee said, “He’s been a player I’ve been eyeing since I first came. I’ve been living with injuries, as if my chemistry didn’t match. Now that I’m fully recovered, I expect to show my ability,” and Kim Ji-hoon met those expectations. After taking the lead, Daejeon, which successfully blocked Jeonbuk’s wave-like offensive, put a wedge into the game in the 28th minute of the second half. Substitute ‘Ace’ Lee Jin-hyeon scored a fantastic goal. The corner kick kicked from the right passed goalkeeper Kim Jung-hoon and was sucked straight into Jeonbuk’s net.

Jeonbuk made up for one goal in the 40th minute of the second half when Jeong Tae-wook headed Amano Jun’s corner kick, but that was the end. It was regrettable that the previous two goals by Han Kyo-won and Song Min-gyu were canceled due to offside.

Daejeon made a rotation on this day and took victory. It was the best result that perfectly matched coach Lee Min-seong’s intentions of stamina and points.

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