Timo and Young Hankook’s ‘General Meonggun’ after 90 minutes, Gangwon vs Gwangju 1-1 draw

A frustrating battle unfolded throughout the 90 minutes of the first half. In extra time in the second half, when a 0-0 draw was expected, Gwangju FC scored the first goal and gave a premonition of victory. However, Gangwon FC did not give up until the end. Six minutes passed, and the moment when the extra time was almost exhausted, veteran Han Jung-young finally scored an equalizer. In the end it was a 1-1 draw. However, the faces of the Gangwon players, who dramatically avoided defeat, were brighter.안전사이트

Gangwon and Gwangju shared one point each. The two teams clashed in the 21st round of the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ held at Gangneung Sports Complex at 7:30 pm on the 7th. The momentum was stronger in Gwangju, the away team. The home team, Gangwon, had lost 10 games in a row (3 draws and 7 losses) and was pushed back to 11th place in the league. There has been no victory for more than two months since the Jeonbuk Hyundai match (1-0 win) on April 29th.

On the other hand, Gwangju, the team of the blast, lost 0-1 to Ulsan Hyundai in the previous round, but was looking forward to entering the Final A with 3 wins (1 draw and 1 loss) in the last 5 matches. In terms of objective power, Gwangju’s superiority was expected.

However, the match unfolded as a fierce defensive battle. Gangwon, who said he would not be defeated in the homeroom, lowered the line and locked the camp tightly. Gwangju could hardly shake Gangwon’s defensive camp. When they couldn’t create a chance, Gwangju coach Lee Jung-hyo put Asani in the 33rd minute. After Asani came out, at least the blood of the attack was pierced. Asani chilled Gangwon’s heart with a powerful left-footed mid-range shot 5 minutes after being put in. Kangwon keeper Yoo Sang-hoon blocked it well.

In the second half, Gwangju put in Kim Han-gil to help the attack. Gangwon’s defense was attacked more effectively than the first half. Keeper Yoo Sang-hoon overcame the crisis. In the 6th minute of the second half, Gangwon’s left-footed shot came after a long time. But the defense blocked it. Yang Hyeon-jun’s header shot was caught by keeper Lee Jun. After all, the second half of the 45 minutes passed quickly.

However, in extra time, a goal suddenly broke out. Gwangju scored first. In the first minute of added time, Timo, who received Asani’s pass, shook Gangwon’s net with a powerful left-footed mid-range shot. If Gwangju wins like this, it could go up to 4th place. The Gwangju bench prepared cheers. However, I forgot that the game is over only when the referee blows the whistle. Six minutes later, Gangwon’s sharp counterattack broke out. A chaotic situation unfolded in the penalty area, and Korea Young’s left foot scored a dramatic equalizer. Gangwon players rejoiced as if they had won.

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