Gangwon FC succeeded in escaping from last place by defeating Jeonbuk Hyundai. Gangwon, who won after four games, beat Suwon Samsung and jumped to 11th place.

Gangwon won 3-1 in the away game against Jeonbuk in the 30th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on the 16th. They conceded the first goal from a penalty kick to Gustavo at the beginning of the game, but after turning the game around with consecutive goals from Gabriel and Gallego in extra time in the first half, Kim Dae-won scored a key goal in the 30th minute of the second half, earning three valuable points in enemy territory.온라인카지노

After Coach Yoon Jeong-hwan took office last June, Gangwon pursued active attacking soccer. While the previous coach’s system was based on counterattacking after a player’s loss, coach Yoon Jeong-hwan emphasized soccer that continuously attacks while securing possession.

In the Jeonbuk match, he gave up the first goal early on, but did not back down. Gangwon, who continued to pound the ball with the Brazilian trio of Gabriel, Yago, and Gallego at the front, managed to equalize with a sensational kick in the 45th minute of the first half when Gabriel was in a difficult situation. Two minutes later, in a quick counterattack, Gallego received a pass from Yago and turned the game around with a devastating right-footed shot. In the 30th minute of the second half, when Jeonbuk’s attack was strong, Kim Dae-won scored an additional goal and succeeded in breaking out of the slump. This was the result of continuing to attack and threaten the opponent without hesitating even in a leading situation.

On this day, Gangwon hit a whopping 18 shots, of which 9 were effective shots, or 50%. It was an overwhelming figure over Jeonbuk, which recorded 12 shots and 4 effective shots. In addition, he attempted crosses 6 times, actively utilizing the height of Gabriel and Yago in front, and obtained 6 corner kicks through this active attack work.

Most offensive indicators were above the season average. The scoring power, which averaged less than 1 goal per game, exploded with 3 goals on this day, and although there were less than 10 shots per game, there were 18 shots on this day. The season average for each indicator was only 10th to 12th in the league, but this day was different.

Coach Yoon Jeong-hwan declared attacking soccer from his first press conference in office. Due to injuries at the beginning of his tenure and breathing problems from new players who joined in the transfer window in the summer, the attacking football pursued was not implemented. However, the gaps have been filled with rookie players such as Ryu Kwang-hyun and Lee Kang-han, and the Brazilian strikers are gradually adapting to the Korean stage and are bearing fruit.

During his active career, coach Yoon Jeong-hwan, who was the starting point of the attack with his sensible passes and excellent accuracy despite his relatively small stature, was nicknamed ‘Jerry’. It was a nickname given to him by fans who said he was reminiscent of Jerry, who outsmarted Tom with his quick feet and wit. Now, attention is focused on whether he can escape the crisis of relegation by transplanting the ‘Jerry Ball’ to Gangwon.

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