Daegu, led by Sejingya and Edgar, had to settle for a draw after a three-goal thriller.

Daegu FC opened the scoring in the 21st round against Hana Bank K League 1 2024 Pohang Steelers at DGB Daegu Bank Park on Saturday evening, but a chaotic game saw them settle for a 3-3 draw and a point.

In sweltering conditions, both teams played their best football with passionate performances, 파워볼실시간 but it was the inconsistent refereeing that dominated the game.

After Sejingya took the lead in the 41st minute, the match turned chaotic when Pohang’s Yoo Yong-joon was sent off for accumulating cautions for strong protests, and Pohang coach Park Tae-ha, who complained about it, was also sent off.

Less than five minutes later, Yoshino is sent off after VAR and immediately concedes the equalizer.

After a 1-1 first half, Daegu concedes a goal to Pohang nine minutes into the second half, but Edgar’s equalizer seven minutes later from a Park Yong-hee cross sets the tone.

With fatigue setting in from playing 10v10, both teams had several close calls, and inconsistent officiating led to boos from both sets of supporters.

Without Yoshino, who coordinates the team’s play, Daegu faces a tough second half, with goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon sidelined with an injury.

After letting Pohang back into the game midway through the second half, Daegu responded with an equalizer from Se Jing-ya just before the end of regulation time, and a winner from Kim Jin-hyeok, assisted by Go Jae-hyun, just before the end of the match, only to have the goal disallowed after VAR.

There were several clashes in front of the goal, but no whistle, and after the game ended 3-3 with the goal disallowed, the atmosphere in the stadium was filled with boos for the referee.

In a sold-out game at DGB Daegu Bank Park, where the refereeing had a bigger edge than the players’ gritty play, the pressure was on for both teams to recover from the fatigue as they head into midweek games the following week.

With both teams collapsing to the ground at the end of the game in the heat and with the sending-off issue on top of that, Daegu and Pohang split the points and remained unchanged in 10th and 3rd place in the standings.

After the game, Park said that the disallowed goal just before the end of the game was the most disappointing moment, but praised the players for playing well against a top team.

Park praised the performance of senior players such as Sejingya and Edgar, adding that the team will thoroughly prepare for the midweek match.

After a dynamic match that saw upsets, comebacks, and even a final goal disallowed, Daegu will face Incheon United at home next Tuesday in Round 22, with Yoshino’s unavailability through suspension as a variable.

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