The Jeonnam Dragons, who overcame sluggish performance at the beginning of the season and rose to 7th place, will test their chances of advancing to the promotion playoffs in Busan.메이저놀이터
In the home game against Bucheon in the last round, Jeonnam defended Go Tae-Won’s goal in the 9th minute of the first half to the end, earning a valuable 3 points. With this, Jeonnam, which recorded 34 points (10 wins, 4 draws, 9 losses), laid the foundation for a leap forward and continued their undefeated record in 9 games at home.
At the post-game press conference, Ko Tae-won said, “This victory was achieved because all the players did not give up in the heat. And I think my goal was a goal made by Seok-hyeon hyung,” he said, turning the joy of scoring to his teammates. “Returning Jeonnam back to the K-League 1 is a big goal in my soccer life, and I will do my best in any role to reach the goal,” he said of his victory.
Now, the eyes of the Jeonnam players are on the away game against Busan I-Park, which will be held on the 15th.
Busan, led by coach Park Jin-seop, has 41 points (11 wins, 8 draws, 4 losses) and is in 3rd place in the K-League 2. This summer, Busan, which is accelerating the competition for the leading position with storm recruitments such as Park Dong-jin, Min Sung-ki, Yeoreum, Kim Jeong-hwan, and Kang Seong-yoon, is considered as a candidate for the K League 2 championship in the 23rd season.
Jeonnam, which is currently on the rise, is expected to have Hanam, Valdivia, and Choi Seong-jin aim at the goal against Busan. In addition, Jeonnam is determined to get 3 points in the Busan expedition based on the harmony of old and new players such as veterans Kim Soo-beom, Jo Ji-hoon, and Lee Seok-hyun and newcomers Yu Ji-ha and Noh Kun-woo.
“August will be the most important time in the 23rd season for us,” said coach Lee, who is preparing for the Busan match. I will do my best to get three points from the Busan expedition.”
In the last 11 rounds of the two teams, they recorded a 1:1 draw and could not distinguish superiority and inferiority. The two teams’ recent 5 matches have 1 win, 3 draws and 1 loss, and Jeonnam has a slight advantage with a total record of 36 wins in Jeonnam, 28 wins in Busan, and 21 draws in Busan.
Jeonnam, which has laid the foundation for a leap to the top, is paying attention to what kind of match results will be shown in the Busan away game.