K-League 2 leaders Gimcheon, E-Land 4-0 and 6 home wins in a row… Cho Young-wook’s 12th goal
Grab Busan and Jeonnam and jump to second place… Lamas PK Goal
Professional soccer K-League 2 (2nd Division) Managing Director Kim Cheon
took the lead with Cho Young-wook’s 12th goal of the season to take over Seoul E-Land.
Gimcheon won 4-0 against E-Land in the Hana 1 Q K League 2 2023 round 26 home game
held at Gimcheon Sports Complex in Gyeongbuk on the 15th. 카지노사이트
Kim Cheon continued his 6th home winning streak since the match
against Ansan Greeners in the 16th round on June 10th.
Kimcheon, who showed off their invincible performance at home for over two months,
maintained the lead (48 points).
E-Land, which failed to get out of the tunnel without a win in 8 games (3 draws, 5 losses),
remained in 11th place (26 points).
In the 39th minute of the first half, Kim Cheon took the lead with Doo-jae Won’s
header following Kim Hyun-wook’s cross,
but in the 18th minute of the second half, Lee Jun-seok’s grounder shot
from the left side of the penalty arc hit the bottom left corner of the goal,
widening the gap to 2-0.
Gimcheon goal scorer Jo Young-wook, who stirred the E-Land cam
with his quick feet and out-of-the-box penetration,
opened the goal in the second half of the second half.
Cho Young-wook quickly penetrated beyond the defensive line in the middle of the second half and seemed to score Kim Chun’s third goal, as a result of the video review (VAR),
it was judged that his teammate had committed a foul in an advanced situation, and the goal was canceled.
In the 44th minute of the second half, a shot hit hard by Cho Young-wook from the right square of the goal hit the post.
Cho Young-wook’s goal came with less than a minute remaining in the game.
In the 52nd minute of the second half, Kim Min-jun’s pass was finished with a right-footed shot from the front of the goal area, shaking the net.
Even with this goal scene, VAR continued for nearly 2 minutes, Cho Young-wook was clearly anxious.
Jo Young-wook, who reported the 12th goal of the season, surpassed Valdivia (Jeonnam) and Glayson (Gyeongnam, 11 goals) and rose to the sole lead in the scoring rankings.
Kim Cheon completed a 4-0 victory with Politician’s wedge goal 3 minutes later.
At the Busan Gudeok Stadium, the home team, Busan I’Park, won 1-0 against the Jeonnam Dragons with Lamas’ penalty kick in the 38th minute of the second half.
Busan striker Park Dong-jin, who was rapidly breaking through to the goal, was knocked over by Jeonnam defender Go Tae-won, grabbing his uniform, resulting in a penalty kick, which Lamas calmly succeeded.
Busan’s ranking rose two places from 4th to 2nd (44 points).
Jeonnam remained in 7th place (34 points).