‘Go Young-Jun’s theater goal’ Pohang wins Daejeon 3-2 ‘Pelescore’… 3G continuous draw escape

Pohang Steelers ended their winless streak thanks to Go Young-jun’s theater goal in extra time in the second half.

Pohang won a thrilling 3-2 victory in the 13th round of the Hana One Q K-League 2023 against Daejeon Hana Citizen held at Pohang Steel Yard on the 13th.

Pohang, who ended a 3-game winless streak (1 draw, 2 losses) by winning the match in front of 7002 spectators, jumped to 3rd place with 23 points (6 wins, 5 draws, 2 losses).

On the other hand, Daejeon lost 3rd place to Pohang while maintaining 21 points (6 wins, 3 draws, 4 losses) and went down to 4th place.

On this day, the home team, Pohang, went 4-2-3-1. Hwang In-jae guarded the goal, while Shim Sang-min, Grant, Park Chan-yong, and Kim Yong-hwan formed the defensive line. The third line was guarded by Lee Seung-mo and Oberdan, and the second line was assigned Baek Seong-dong, Ko Young-jun, and Kim In-seong. Jeka was named as the one-top player in the front line.

On the other hand, Daejeon faced off with a 3-5-2. Lee Chang-geun wore goalkeeper gloves, and Kim Hyun-woo, Lim Eun-soo, and Jo Yu-min formed the back three. Anton, Joo Se-jong, Martha, Lee Jin-hyeon, and Kim Ji-hoon were in charge of the midfield, and Yoo Kang-hyeon and Leandro aimed at the Pohang goal in the forefront.

The team that opened fire was Daejeon. Joo Se-jong, former captain of the national team, made Pohang’s talk in the 20th minute chilling. Ju Se-jong, who succeeded in blocking the Pohang counterattack, immediately fired a bold mid-range shot, but it went slightly over the goal.

The offensive of Daejeon continued. Daejeon’s chance to counterattack in the 28th minute of the first half was finished by Leandro, but Leandro’s left-footed shot aiming farther from the post went past the side of the goal and failed to become an effective shot.

When Leandro’s shooting turned away from the goal post and the opportunity for the first goal was destroyed, Daejeon coach Lee Min-seong covered his face and expressed regret.

After 45 minutes of careful operation, both teams finished 0-0 in the first half, and in the second half, the attacking tempo was raised and the game started a slugfest. Both Pohang and Daejeon started aggressively, and the first goal of the match came shortly after.

In the 6th minute of the second half, Zeca, who was inside the penalty box, succeeded in catching a cross from the right flank. Jeka, who owned the ball with his back to the goal, immediately passed it to Baek Sung-dong, who was right in front of him.

Baek Seong-dong, who received the Jeka pass from a position slightly away from the box, immediately attempted a right-footed inside volley shot, and Baek Sung-dong’s shot drew a wonderful trajectory and was sucked into the goal.

Daejeon gatekeeper Lee Chang-geun threw himself and stretched out his hand, but it was not enough.

Pohang broke the tight zero balance and took the lead, but the joy was short-lived. Daejeon equalized just two minutes after allowing Pohang to take the lead.

Daejeon’s equalizer came from a set piece. In the 8th minute of the second half, technician Lee Jin-hyeon sent a free kick from a long distance into the penalty box, and national team defender Cho Yu-min bypassed the Pohang players and flew high to the head, scoring an equalizer with a header.

With the atmosphere of the game getting hotter, Pohang also succeeded in shaking the Daejeon goal with a set piece.

In the 20th minute of the second half, Grant, who was inside the penalty box, connected a free kick with a header shot, but goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun blocked it with his arm stretched out.

After winning a corner kick, Pohang aimed at Grant once again. Koh Young-Jun’s corner kick was headed straight to Grant’s head, leading to a header.

Goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun, who blocked Grant’s header shot in the previous situation, could not block it until the second shot.메이저놀이터

Pohang gave the lead again, but the momentum of Daejeon, which has recently been on the rise, was fierce. In the 31st minute of the second half, substitute striker Jeon Byeong-gwan drove the ball slowly and attempted a bold right-footed mid-range shot from a long distance.

Although there was distance to the goal, Jeon Byeong-gwan’s shot quickly and accurately landed in the top right corner of the goal, leading to Daejeon’s second equalizer.

Hwang In-jae, the Pohang goalkeeper, threw himself as hard as he could to keep the lead, but Jeon Byeong-gwan’s shot flew out of reach of Hwang In-jae.

With both teams scoring two goals each, the match was on fire and now went into extra time. Five minutes of extra time were given in the second half, and at this time, Pohang football future Ko Young-jun, born in 2001, scored a theatrical goal.

Defender Grant came up high and passed to Lee Ho-jae, who was in front of the penalty box. Lee Ho-jae passed the ball to Ko Young-jun, who penetrated into the box, and Ko Young-jun finished it off and scored the team’s third goal.

After a perfect pass play in the second half of extra time, Go Young-Jun’s goal became the winning goal, and the game ended with Pohang’s thrilling 3-2 victory.

With the win against Daejeon, Pohang succeeded in ending their recent three-game winless streak, surpassing Daejeon and leaping to third place in the league.

On the other hand, Daejeon struggled, but eventually bowed down to Pohang and gave up the 3rd place and went down to 4th place.

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