‘Oh Hyun-gyu Comes on as a Substitute’ Celtic Wins 3-0 Over Livingston Even with 10 Players Fighting
Yang Hyun-jun is benched, Kwon Hyuk-gyu is excluded from the list.
Scottish professional soccer team Celtic, in which Oh Hyun-gyu played as a substitute,
continued their undefeated streak in the league.
Celtic defeated Livingston 3-0 in the 2023-2024 Scottish Premiership 6th round away game
held at the Tony Macaroni Arena in Livingston, Scotland on the 23rd (Korean time).
National team striker Oh Hyun-gyu was put on the field in the 26th minute of the second half
in place of Japanese player Kyogo Furuhashi and played until the end of the game. 카지노사이트원
Oh Hyun-gyu was at the forefront, actively putting pressure on the opponent’s defense and looking for opportunities to score.
He caught the ball near the goal line as soon as he put it in,
but overlapped with the goalkeeper, and the scoring opportunity was lost.
In the 32nd minute of the second half, he fired a strong left-footed shot from the right penalty area, but missed the goal.
Footmob, a website specializing in soccer statistics, gave Oh Hyun-gyu a rating of 6.0.
Yang Hyun-jun was on the substitute list but stayed on the bench,
Kwon Hyuk-gyu was not on the playing list.
Celtic took the lead in the 11th minute of the first half when Leo Hatate scored a penalty kick.
Hatate kicked his penalty kick low, and the ball passed narrowly
between the goalkeeper and his armpit and hit the net.
Celtic were outnumbered when goalkeeper Joe Hart was sent off in the 28th minute of the first half.
Hart, who came out of the penalty box in a hurry to stop Livingston midfielder Mohamed Sangare,
who was charging after breaking the defensive line,
raised his foot high and the two soon collided strongly.
Sangare, who touched the ball first, was recognized as possessing the ball and Hart was given a red card.
A card was given.
Afterwards, 10 men fought, but Celtic continued to push Livingston,
gained momentum with an additional goal in the 3rd minute of the second half.
Furuhashi crossed to the goal from the right flank,
Matt O’Reilly pushed the ball in with his left foot as it did not properly reach Daizen Maeda’s feet.
Just before the end of the game, Celtic scored a key goal
when Maeda struck the top of the goal post with his left foot near the penalty arc.
Celtic (5 wins, 1 draw) accumulated 16 points and maintained first place in the league.