‘Last’ Suwon and ‘Leader’ Ulsan clash, the goal is ‘unconditional victory!’

The goal is to win unconditionally. Finally, Suwon Samsung, which fired a signal of reversal, and Ulsan Hyundai, which has continued to run without hesitation since the opening, will compete with a sword.

Suwon and Ulsan will face off in the 14th round of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ held at Suwon World Cup Stadium at 6:00 pm on the 21st. Currently, Suwon (13 points) is 12th and Ulsan (34 points) is 1st.

Suwon, the home team, fell to the bottom as a result of repeated falls without wings after the opening. It was an atmosphere where the nightmare of going to the promotion playoffs last season was repeated. Driven to the edge of a cliff, Suwon made a breakthrough by firing manager Lee Byung-geun and appointing manager Kim Byung-soo.

The last round was a difficult but meaningful first step. Suwon won the victory thanks to Han Ho-gang’s first goal and An Byeong-jun’s key goal in the Gangwon expedition. The defensive line composed of Lee Ki-je, Park Dae-won, Han Ho-gang, and Jang Ho-ik, and goalkeeper Yang Hyeong-mo’s clean sheet (no goals) were also valuable.

The visiting team, Ulsan, is truly in a state of disarray. Since opening, they have lost only one defeat. As can be seen from the 26 points scored and 11 runs recorded during 13 games, the balance between offense and defense is perfect. If Ulsan wins today, it can run away with a 13-point gap over second place FC Seoul (24 points).

The tip of the spear is getting sharper. In the last game, Ulsan met Seoul and rang the victory at the end of Pele’s score. While Joo Min-gyu went down to the bench, Martin Adam and Bakko, who started out as starters, scored goals side by side. Director Hong Myung-bo is bound to fall into happy troubles. 안전놀이터

Suwon launched a flare of reversal, and Ulsan continued to run without hesitation. The rankings are opposite, but the goal is the same: victory. Suwon must do whatever it takes to escape from the lowest rank. Ulsan has to continue the good flow and solidify its leading position.

Ulsan laughs at the opponent record. In 92 matches in the league, they recorded 38 wins, 26 draws and 28 losses. In the last 10 matches, they have 5 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses, and they are on a winning streak in the previous 3 matches.

It is obviously a very difficult game for Suwon. But the home fans who will fill Big Bird fight together. Suwon takes on the giant-killing challenge amid passionate cheering, one of the best in the K-League.

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