K League 1 Hyundai drew 2-2

Ulsan and Jeonbuk drew 2-2 in the ‘Hana Bank K League 1 2024 Round 4’ match held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the afternoon of the 30th.

Ulsan, which continued its unbeaten four games (2 wins, 2 draws, 8 points), became third in the league.

Ulsan, which previously recorded one win and one draw against Jeonbuk in the quarterfinals of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) in the 2023-2024 season, continued its lead with one win and two draws in the official match Hyundai derby this season.

On the other hand, Jeonbuk, which had no win in its opening four games (three draws and one loss, three points), failed to win its first game in the league. Including the ACL, it has five draws and two losses in seven official games.

Jeonbuk, wearing uniforms commemorating the club’s 30th anniversary, started Song Min-gyu, Park Jin-seop and Kim Jin-soo, who played in the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 North-China World Cup.

In addition, Kim Tae-hwan, who played in Ulsan until last season, started against his former team.

In the first game after the A-match break in Wall, Ulsan benched some of the main players who had been to the national team and operated the rotation.

Joo Min-gyu, who made his A-match debut as the oldest player in history, as well as Seol Young-woo and Kim Young-kwon started the match on the bench. Martin Adam, who had played for the Hungarian national team, was also excluded from the starting lineup.

Ulsan has been aggressive from the beginning. Rubik’s right footed shot from the left side of the opponent’s penalty area hit the opposite post as Rubik’s hand caught a pass given by Kim Ji-hyun during a counterattack chance in the third minute of the first half.

Jeonbuk’s veteran defender Hong Jung-ho, who collided with Kim Ji-hyun in the process, fell down complaining of thigh pain and was replaced early with Jung Tae-wook.

Jeonbuk, which fought back, took advantage of Ulsan’s defensive mistake in the 8th minute of the first half and Thiago had a chance, but a right-footed shot hit the side net.

After overcoming the crisis, Ulsan shook Jeonbuk’s net with Rubik’s right footed shot from a similar position in the 13th minute of the first half. However, Kim Min-woo’s offside was declared earlier through VAR, and the score was not recognized.

Ulsan, which was in the mood, scored the first goal. Lee Dong-kyung, who was under pressure in the 21st minute of the first half, blocked the pass of Jeonbuk defender Koo Ja-yong, hit it, and scored with a left footed shot.

Lee Dong-kyung, who will join Gimcheon Sangmu next month, became the sole leader in scoring with his fourth goal in the league.

Ulsan scored an additional goal in the 39th minute of the first half. Kim Ji-hyun’s right foot shot deflected off Jeonbuk defender Jung Tae-wook and was sucked into the goal when he had an opportunity to attack the team. It was Kim’s first goal in the league.

Jeonbuk, which was being dragged, recovered one goal in extra time in the first half. Lee Dong-joon finished Kim Jin-soo’s cross with a header, saving the spark of pursuit. It is Lee Dong-joon’s debut goal in Jeonbuk, wearing Jeonbuk’s uniform last season.

Jeonbuk put Moon Seon-min in place of Lee Ji-hoon at half-time, and Ulsan sent Seol Young-woo out without Choi Kang-min.

Jeonbuk had a chance to tie at the start of the second half. While Ulsan’s defense faltered, Lee Dong-joon, who was under pressure, fell to a tackle by goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo and won a penalty.

However, Thiago’s right footed shot as a kicker hit the right post and hit the ground. Thiago, who missed the penalty kick in the first leg of the ALC’s quarterfinal match against Ulsan, had a nightmare of a penalty kick again this time around.

Ulsan displayed commitment to score additional goals by sending both Joo Min-gyu and Um Won-sang at the same time in the 14th minute of the second half. Jeonbuk also sent Maeng Sung-woong instead of Lee Soo-bin to change its midfield.

While Jeonbuk continued its offensive with a high share, Moon Sun-min, who was rushing in Lee Dong-joon’s cross that dug into the right side in the 24th minute of the second half, kicked it with his right foot to turn the game back to square one.

Since then, both teams have engaged in a battle to score the winning goal.

Ulsan used Lee Chung-yong to pull the reins of the attack, while Jeonbuk sent Choi Chul-soon to add strength to its side. However, with no more goals scored, the match ended in a 2-2 draw.

Meanwhile, Jeonbuk Legend Striker Lee Dong-guk started the kick-off in a uniform commemorating the 30th anniversary of the match, which 25,782 people visited.

In the 28th minute of the first half, there was also a round of applause in support of Son Joon-ho, who was detained by Chinese authorities and recently released after about 10 months.

Son Jun-ho, who played for Jeonbuk from 2018 to January 2021, had a uniform number of 28.

At the same time, Incheon United beat Daejeon Hana Citizen 2-0 at Incheon Football Stadium.

This victory marked Incheon’s first win of the 2024 season. Incheon, which had only two draws and one loss through the third round, achieved the win on the day (five points), jumping to fifth place in the league. It has 200 wins overall in the K-League.

On the other hand, Daejeon, ranked 11th in the league, had only two draws and two losses, postponing its first chance to win the season to the next.

Incheon scored the first goal in the 37th minute of the first half. Gersault finished the pass that Park Seung-ho handed over from the right side inside the penalty box with his left foot.

Incheon scored another goal in the first minute of the second half. Hong Si-hoo connected Gerso’s cross from the left side of the box with a right-footed volley.

After the shot was deflected off Daejeon defender Lee Jung-taek, he shook the Daejeon net, but the Korea Professional Football Association’s game recorders on the scene recognized Hong Si-hoo’s score.

However, the federation corrected the record. It was recorded as Lee Jung-taek’s own goal, not Hong Si-hoo’s.

Since then, both teams have struggled to score additional goals and comeback goals, respectively, but no goals have been scored. There was a variable that Incheon’s Oh Ban-seok was directly sent off just before the end of the game, but the game ended with Incheon’s complete victory.

Then, at 4:30 p.m. at Jeju World Cup Stadium, Pohang Steelers won 2-0 against Jeju United.

The fierce game was decided in extra time in the second half. 토토사이트 추천

Jeong Jae-hee scored the winning goal in the 47th minute of the second half, and Baek Sung-dong scored a decisive goal with the help of Lee Ho-jae in the 51st minute of the second half.

As a result, Pohang, which has been under coach Park Tae-ha this season, has won three consecutive games after losing the opening game, rising to second place in the league.

Jeju, led by the defeated head coach Kim Hak-beom, continued to rank seventh in the league with one win, one draw and two losses (4 points).

At the same time, the away team laughed 4-1 in the showdown between Suwon FC and Gimcheon Sangmu at Suwon Stadium.

Gimcheon led 3-0 in the first half alone thanks to Lee Jung-min’s consecutive goals in the 22nd and 31st minutes of the first half, starting with Kim Hyun-wook’s first goal in the 7th minute.

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