Its the Trend Changed with Lee Seung-woo’s Departure

 Looking at the flow, Suwon FC had the upper hand and looked set to win the first game, but Lee Seung-woo’s sending off and a penalty kick (PK) became variables.

 When Lamas succeeded, the score became the starting point, and with the score at 1-1, another PK was called, and Lamas scored again to give Busan a comeback. 

Now, it is Busan I-Park that has the advantage.

Busan achieved a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Suwon FC in the first leg of the ‘Hana One Q K-League 2023’ Promotion Playoff 1 held at Busan Asiad Main Stadium at 7 p.m. on the 6th.  먹튀검증사이트

The second leg of the promotion playoff 1 between the two teams will be held at Suwon Stadium, Suwon FC’s home stadium, at 2 p.m. on the 9th.

Busan I-Park (3-4-3): Koo Sang-min (GK) – Park Se-jin, Lee Han-do, Jo Wi-je – Jeong Won-jin, Lim Min-hyuk, Kang Sang-yoon, Choi Jun-Lamas, Park Dong-jin, Seong Ho-young

Suwon FC (4-3-3): Noh Gun-geon (GK) – Park Cheol-woo, Hugo Gomez, Jackson, Jeong Dong-ho – Kim Do-yoon, Kim Sun-min, Lee Young-jae – Bautersson, Kim Hyun, Lee Kwang-hyuk


Busan, who maintained the lead in K League 2 throughout the season, lost to Jeonnam Dragons in the last two games of the regular season.

And they tied with Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, giving up first place to Gimcheon Sangmu. 

They were unable to last the last minute and gave up a point to Giorgi, so Gimcheon took first place and Busan took second place

causing mixed emotions. Busan went to Promotion Playoff 1 and faced the 11th ranked team in K League 1.

Suwon FC ranked 11th in K League 1. In the competition to remain with Gangwon FC and Suwon Samsung, Suwon FC

which was judged to have a low possibility of direct relegation, swallowed the disappointment of losing in the derby with Suwon with many players, and also lost against Gangwon and went to the brink.

In the final match, they drew with Jeju United, but Suwon recorded a 0-0 draw with Gangwon and barely managed to finish in 11th place. 

Although they had the same number of points as Suwon, they were ahead in terms of number of points

(the K-League determines rankings based on number of points rather than goal difference) and ranked 11th.

The two teams, who have previously met in the promotion playoffs, will face each other twice again in 2023, on the edge of a cliff.

[First half] Suwon FC blocks Busan’s offensive and takes a 1-0 lead with a surprise goal from Jang Jae-woong

From the start, Busan actively attacked. In the 5th minute of the first half, Jeong Won-jin’s shot missed the goal. 

Busan pushed forward while securing market share. In the 10th minute of the first half, Park Se-jin converted what Park Dong-jin gave up with a shot, but missed.

In Busan, Jeong Won-jin, who was on the left, came into the center to add to the numerical advantage, and Se-jin Park came up to support the left attack. 

Seong Ho-young and Lamas threatened Suwon FC with good passes.

Suwon FC counterattacked. In the 17th minute of the first half, Bautersson carried the ball and Park Cheol-woo’s shot was blocked. 

Suwon FC tried to use Bautersson to break the lag. 

Koo Sang-min failed to catch the free kick in the 18th minute of the first half, but he caught it again and avoided the crisis. 

In the 19th minute of the first half, Lee Young-jae’s shot missed the defense, but the referee declared a goal kick.

Busan attacked again. In the 20th minute of the first half, Jeong Won-jin shot a cross from Lamas, but Nodong-geon blocked it. 

In the 29th minute of the first half, Kim Do-yoon made a good penetration, but it was blocked by Koo Sang-min, who ran in first. 

Suwon FC made a change in the 32nd minute of the first half by removing Kim Do-yoon and replacing Jang Jae-woong.

 In the 33rd minute of the first half, Lamas’ left-footed shot was blocked by Nodong-geon.

Jaewoong Jang scored the first goal. In the 42nd minute of the first half, Jaewoong Jang, who received a pass from Youngjae Lee, hit the net with a powerful shot. 

The first half ended with Suwon FC taking a 1-0 lead.

[Second half] Busan, frustrated, gets a turnaround with Lee Seung-woo sent off and Lamas penalty kick goal…

Another penalty kick, Busan comes from behind

As the second half began, Busan brought in Sung Ho-young and added Lee Seung-gi. 

Suwon FC removed Bautersson and Jaewoong Jang and added Seungwoo Lee and Lopez. 

Busan’s attack continued from the start of the second half. Lamas’ shot was blocked in the first minute of the second half. 

Passes aimed at the front line, including Park Dong-jin, were made, but each time they ended up being ineffective. 

In the 11th minute of the second half, Busan replaced Jeong Won-jin with Kim Jeong-hwan and added strength to the side attack. 

Suwon FC responded by deploying Oh In-pyo.

Busan’s attack continued. Lee Seung-gi’s shot was blocked during a corner kick situation in the 16th minute of the second half. 

Busan fell significantly in terms of mobility and was unable to capitalize on opportunities. 

In the 18th minute of the second half, when Suwon FC attacked, Lopez’s shot was saved by Koo Sang-min. 

Busan strengthened its attack in the 19th minute of the second half by replacing Park Se-jin and Park Dong-jin with Eo Jeong-won and Kim Chan.

Seungwoo Lee covered his head. In the 23rd minute of the second half, Lee Seung-woo fired a brilliant shot, but it hit the goalpost. 

In the 26th minute of the second half, Kang Sang-yoon seized a good opportunity, but it did not result in a shot. 

Lee Han-do headed a Lamas corner kick in the 27th minute of the second half, but it missed the goal. 

The goal was empty after Nodong-geon collided with Hugo Gomes, but Busan was frustrated as it did not result in a goal.

Suwon FC defended well. In the 28th minute of the second half, Lee Kwang-hyuk was removed and Park Byeong-hyun was added. 

At the same time, the formation was changed from 4 back to 3 back. 

By increasing the number of defenders, stability at the back was added.

 In the 29th minute of the second half, Lee Seung-gi’s left-footed shot went out of the goal. 

In the 32nd minute of the second half, Lamas’ left-footed shot missed the goal once again.

PK, which will be the variable, has been declared.

 In the 34th minute of the second half, Lee Seung-woo made a tackle to stop Lee Seung-gi from infiltrating, but a foul was called. 

The referee judged it a PK. Lee Seung-woo, who had received one warning, received another warning and was sent off. 

The existing PK decision was maintained even after the video review (VAR).

Lamas, who took the kicker, succeeded and Busan tied the game. Busan secured mobility by subtracting Kang Sang-yoon and adding Yeoreum in the 44th minute of the second half. 

A whopping 8 minutes of extra time were given. In the 1st minute of added time in the second half, Kim Chan’s shot came out, but it missed the goal. 

Busan, which had one man with many players, launched a one-sided attack. Eo Jeong-won and Choi Jun, located on the left and right, continued to send crosses. 

Kim Jeong-hwan’s shot in the 4th minute of added time in the second half missed the goal by a wide margin.

Another PK was declared. In the 6th minute of added time in the second half, Kim Jeong-hwan tripped on Kim Seon-min’s feet and fell, and the referee declared PK. 

Lamas, who took the kicker, was successful and Busan succeeded in turning the tables.

 The game ended with Busan winning 2-1. Busan took an advantageous position and took a step closer to promotion. 

Suwon FC was on the defensive. The fateful second game will be held at Suwon Stadium on the 9th.

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