Can Gyeongnam FC, which has succeeded in rebounding, overcome Chungnam Asan FC, the ‘nemesis’?

□ Match of Round – ‘Gyeongnam’ on a winning streak vs ‘Chungnam Asan’, which was strong against Gyeongnam.토토사이트

After the opening, Gyeongnam, which had gone undefeated with 5 wins and 4 draws in 9 matches, had no victory with 2 draws and 2 losses in the following 4 matches. However, the 15th round of Chungbuk Cheongju and the 16th round of Cheonan were held in succession, and the winning streak ran. Gleyson, a foreign striker from Gyeongsangnam-do, led the team’s winning streak by scoring in all of the matches.

Chungnam-Asan has 2 wins in the last 3 matches. In addition, veteran striker Ko Moo-yeol scored a goal in the 29th minute of the second half against Seongnam in the 16th round. Chungnam-Asan has not lost with 3 wins and 4 draws in the recent 7 encounters with Gyeongnam.

In the first match between the two teams this season, Chungnam Asan led 2-1 until regular time, but Gyeongnam Park Min-seo scored a theater goal in the second half of extra time and ended in a 2-2 draw. You can check at the Changwon Soccer Center from 6:30 p.m.

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□ Team of Rounds – ‘Busan’ ranked first in K-League 2 after 1464 days

Busan won 2-1 thanks to Park Jung-in’s come-from-behind goal in the 16th round away from Seoul E-Land. Busan, which succeeded in winning three games in a row, beat Anyang by one point and rose to the top spot alone. It has been exactly 1464 days since June 1, 2019 that Busan ranked first in the K-League 2 alone.

In addition to coach Park Jin-seop’s leadership, one of the secrets of Busan’s rebound this season is their significantly improved scoring ability. Last season, they were in last place with 0.85 goals per game, but this year they are currently fourth with 1.47 goals per game. Among them, Kim Chan is already having a ‘career high’ season with 4 goals in 7 matches, and foreign players Peshin and Lamas are also doing their part with 4 goals each. Park Jeong-in, who recently returned to the team and scored two goals in a row, is also noteworthy.

If Busan wins against Gimpo this round, it will be their 4th win in a row. The last time Busan won 4 consecutive wins in K League 2 was from round 30 to round 33 in the 2018 season. Busan was weak with 1 draw and 3 losses in 4 matches, except for the first win of the 5 matches against Gimpo. However, Gimpo has lost their last two games and is on a losing streak, so it is a good opportunity for Busan to challenge for a 4-game winning streak. The match between Busan and Gimpo will be held on the 10th at 8:00 pm at Gudeok Stadium in Busan.

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□ Player of Round – 1st place in K League 2 ‘Succeeded in Aerial Competition’ – ‘Lee Dong-hee (Bucheon)’

Lee Dong-hee joined Ulsan in 2021 and stepped on the K-League stage. He moved to Bucheon ahead of the 2022 season and solidified his position by appearing in 21 games that year and scoring one goal. He is responsible for Bucheon’s defense this season, playing all games and all time from the opening to the 16th round. Currently, there are only six field players, including Lee Dong-hee, who have played all-time and full-time in the K-League 2.

Lee Dong-hee’s strength is that he dominates the air with a strong physique of 186 cm and 83 kg. In fact, among Lee Dong-hee’s additional data, the number of successes in aerial competitions was 122, the highest among K-League 2 players, and a whopping 27 points away from second place Park Jae-yong (Anyang, 95).

Bucheon’s 17th round opponent is Cheonan. In the first match of the season against Cheonan, Bucheon recorded a clean sheet with a 3-0 score. With Lee Dong-hee at the forefront, Bucheon is aiming for a 7th clean sheet this season. The match between Bucheon and Cheonan will be held on the 11th at 4:00 pm at the Bucheon Sports Complex.

※ Rest team: Anyang ※ Data in the preview is based on K-League

official supplemental record data (provided by Bepro11) GOLF&PBA) – Gyeongnam: Chungnam Asan (Sat, June 10, 18:30 Changwon Soccer Center, Life Sports TV, BALL TV, Spomon TV) – Busan: Gimpo (Sat, June 10, 20:00 Busan Gudeok Stadium, Channel A) plus)

  • Bucheon: Cheonan (June 11, 16:00 Bucheon Sports Complex, IB SPORTS)
  • Chungbuk Cheongju: Jeonnam (June 11, 16:00 Cheongju Sports Complex, skySports, daily sports TV, BALL TV, CJB Cheongju Broadcasting)
  • Seongnam: Seoul E (Sunday, June 11, 20:00 Tancheon Sports Complex, Channel A Plus)

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