K-League 1 Daegu wins first win of the season

Professional soccer’s K League 1 Daegu FC came from behind to record its first win of the season against Gwangju FC.

Daegu won 2-1 away from home in the fourth round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at the Gwangju Football Stadium on March 31.

Daegu, which was in last place with one draw and two losses through three rounds, picked up its first win in four matches to move to eighth place with four points.

Gwangju, which suffered its first defeat since opening with two straight wins with a 0-1 loss to the Pohang Steelers on March 17, 토토사이트 fell to its second straight defeat and remained in fourth place (6 points).

Gwangju, who dominated the match with solid organization throughout the game, opened the scoring in the 24th minute on a penalty kick.

Lee Hee-gyun was tripped by Daegu midfielder Yoshino in the center of the penalty area and the penalty kick was awarded.

Lee entrusted the kick to rookie midfielder Moon Min-seo, a 2004-born Gwangju youth product making his league debut, who calmly slotted the ball home with his right foot for his debut goal.

After conceding the first goal,

Daegu, who activated the Vasellus card early when midfielder Beltola went down with an injury in the 29th minute, managed to pull a goal back in first-half stoppage time.

Kim Kang-san drove the ball into the penalty area, where Yoshino collected the loose ball from the defense and slammed it home with his right foot for his second goal of the season to level the score at halftime.

In the second half, Gwangju tried a variety of players, including Uhm Ji Sung, Park Tae Joon, Bekka, and Heo Yul, in search of a goal, but Daegu’s comeback came in the 31st minute.

Sejingya’s left flank cross was met by Edgar’s diving header in front of the goal, giving Daegu’s vaunted Brazilian duo their first offensive points of the season.

Gwangju, who pushed forward from there, came up empty in the second half, with Gabriel’s right-footed shot from the right side of the penalty area going wide left of the goal in the 35th minute and Beka’s right-footed shot from the center of the penalty area sailing high in the 39th minute.

At Songam Sports Town in Chuncheon, Gangwon FC and FC Seoul played to a 1-1 draw.

Seoul moved into seventh place with five points, while Gangwon remained in 10th place with three points.

The match drew 11,144 fans to Songam Sports Town, marking the first sold-out home match for Gangwon in Chuncheon in the K League’s paid attendance era.

This was a reflection of the interest in Seoul’s superstar Jesse Lingard, who did not travel with the team due to a minor knee injury.

Instead, the game was highlighted by the presence of BTS’s V, the “world star” of the music industry, in the stands.

The visit was organized by the Army’s 2nd Army Corps in Sinnuk-eup, Chuncheon, where V is serving in the military, and Gangwon signed a business agreement with the club in 2018.

Gangwon, who were cheered on by Vu, 파워볼실시간 conceded a header from Seoul’s Willian in the 26th minute of the second half, but equalized in the 40th minute when Lee Sang-heon rushed into the box and slotted home Gabriel’s shot that was saved by the goalkeeper.

Shortly after the equalizer, Gangwon defender Lee Ji-Sol was sent off for accumulating cautions after tripping Seoul’s Kang Sung-jin on the counterattack, and just before the end of the match, Seoul center back Sulaka was shown a red card for grabbing Gangwon’s Gabriel with his arm to stop him from breaking through.

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