K-League 1 Seoul, First Win Under Kim Ki-dong

K-League 1 Seoul, First Win Under Kim Ki-dong… Lingard Appears as a Substitute in 3 Consecutive Games

Ilyuchenko and Ki Sung-yong beat Jeju 2-0 with consecutive goals… Average attendance for 2 home games in Seoul: 40,000.

Professional soccer K-League 1 FC Seoul defeated Jeju United and achieved its first win of the 2024 season.

Seoul won 2-0 in the Hana Bank K-League 1 2024 3rd round home game against Jeju held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 16th,

thanks to Ilyuchenko’s penalty kick goal in the first half and Ki Sung-yueng’s additional goal. 카지노사이트위키

Coach Kim Ki-dong

This is the first win of the season for Seoul, which has been attracting attention this year with new coach Kim Ki-dong taking charge and recruiting former England international and Manchester United star Jesse Lingard.

Seoul lost 0-2 in the first round against Gwangju FC on the 2nd and drew 0-0 in the second round home opener against Incheon United on the 10th,

but scored the first goal of the season that day and recorded 4 points.

Jeju, who started this season under coach Kim Hak-beom,

drew 1-1 with Gangwon FC in the first round and suffered their first loss of the season after beating Daejeon Hana Citizen 3-1 at home on the 10th.

Seoul, with Ilyuchenko, Kang Sang-woo, and Cho Young-wook at the forefront of the attack, and Han Seung-gyu at the back,

began to take the lead from the beginning and scored twice in the first 23 minutes of the game, which had not been possible in the past two games.

In the 15th minute of the first half, Kim Joo-seong of Seoul was tripped by Jong-moo Han of Jeju in the penalty area, and the referee declared a penalty kick through an on-field review.

Ilyuchenko, who played as a kicker, scored Seoul’s first goal of the season with a right-footed shot.

Jesse Lingard

In the 23rd minute of the first half, after Choi Jun crossed from the right side and Kang Sang-woo overcame a struggle with his opponent on the left side of the penalty area to push the ball away,

Seoul’s captain Ki Sung-yong scored an additional goal by hitting a mid-range shot with his right foot from behind the penalty arc.

Jeju, which featured two top players, Yuri Jonatan and Thales, but failed to create any significant scoring opportunities and gave up the atmosphere completely,

replaced Kim Seung-seop and U-22 volunteer Han Jong-moo, who attacked on both sides, in the 32nd minute and replaced them with Jin Seong-wook and Seo Jin-soo.

I aimed for a counterattack.

At the start of the second half, as Jeju’s offensive flow became more active by sending out Hayes instead of Thales,

Seoul struck back with Lingard and Palosevic in the 12th minute of the second half, excluding Han Seung-gyu and midfielder Ryu Jae-moon.

In the 23rd minute of the second half, Ilyuchenko was also replaced by Park Dong-jin, adding energy to the offensive line.

Jeju, which was desperate to recover from a single goal, was weakened in the 45th minute of the second half when center back Lim Chae-min was sent off after receiving a second warning in a physical fight with Seoul Lee Tae-seok.

Lingard, who has been on the field as a substitute for three consecutive games since the start of the season, put off his first offensive point in the K League until the next opportunity.

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