Kim Ki-dong is Hungry Despite his First Win

좋은 선물을 주지 않을까요" 김기동의 서울은 어떻게 달라질까? - 노컷뉴스

“Seoul, I Don’t Know as Much as I Want Yet”… Kim Ki-dong is Hungry Despite his First Win


First loss’ Jeju Kim Hak-beom “Difficult situation with the first PK goal conceded… It will get better over time.”

Coach Kim Ki-dong, who took charge of FC Seoul in the K-League 1 professional soccer league and reported his first win in three games, scolded his players, saying that the team did not improve as much as he wanted.

After finishing the K-League 1 3rd round home game against Jeju United held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 16th, Coach Kim said, “It was a very long three games until our first win. 파워볼게임

“I think we showed a little more stickiness today than in the last game,” he said.

Seoul won 2-0 in the first half with Ilyuchenko’s penalty kick goal and Ki Sung-yueng’s additional goal, recording their first win of the season.

Ahead of this season, Seoul drew attention by recruiting coach Kim and former England national team midfielder Jesse Lingard, but was disappointed in the first two games.

On this day, Seoul showed much better performance and won, attracting a home crowd of nearly 30,000.

It made me laugh.

In particular, the performance of new faces such as fullback Choi Jun and midfielder Ryu Jae-moon was encouraging.

Coach Kim said, “(Choi) Jun was definitely active and fast, so he actively harassed the opponent’s attack, and he was good at covering the defense, so he was a source of energy for the team.

(Ryu) Jae-moon was also in his first game, and he was good at throwing the ball left and right.

He smiled and said, “He looked like he was looking for a way to attack.”

Nevertheless, Coach Kim declared, “The soccer I want is not yet there, and I am not satisfied.”

He emphasized, “In the first half, I played the ball in the position I wanted and sprayed it to the side, but those things should continue until the second half and we should be able to show a match without ups and downs.”

He emphasized, “I will make tomorrow better than today, and the day after tomorrow better than tomorrow.”

“What doesn’t become a habit in training or practice games won’t show up on the pitch.

Coach Kim, who emphasized the importance of ‘habits’ by saying, “You have to train and practice and get used to it, it will come out in an instant without you even realizing it,” and plans to make good use of the upcoming international break.

He said, “After the March international break, there wasn’t much of a break.

“I think this period is a really important time to ‘step up,’” he said.

“We plan to increase training time and training volume to prepare for the game against Gangwon FC on the 31st.”

Captain Ki Sung-yong, who scored an additional goal that day, said, The players completely trust the coach.

“It just takes time for the coach’s style and desired performance to mature,” he said, adding, “As the atmosphere is improving, a lot of things will come from the coach to this team.”

Jeju’s coach Kim Hak-beom, who lost to Seoul, said, “If we had been a little more focused, we could have played a better game,” and added, “It’s unfortunate that the situation became difficult after the first penalty kick was taken.

This is something we need to work on a little more.”

On this day, Jeju allowed two goals in the first half to Seoul, and their captain, center back Lim Chae-min, was sent off at the end of the second half, suffering their first loss after going undefeated in the first two games (1 win, 1 draw).

“The game felt rough from the beginning today, and I expected it to be like that.

Wouldn’t it have been better if we had calmed down the excitement?” said Coach Kim, who pondered, adding, “As time passes, we will be able to show a better performance.”

Suwon, Which Attracted the Largest Number of Spectators in Division 2

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Director Yeom Ki-hoon kept his promise to ‘hit first’…

Mulich multi-goal, beating Chungnam Asan 2-1 … About 14,000 people entered Suwon World Cup Stadium

Suwon Samsung, a professional soccer team, overcame numerical inferiority and won the first K-League 2 match in the club’s history. 온라인카지노

This is the first win of coach Ki-Hoon Yeom, the ‘official head coach’, achieved in front of the largest audience in K League 2 history.

Suwon got off to a good start by defeating Chungnam Asan FC 2-1 in the Hana Bank K League 2 2024 1st round home game held at Suwon World Cup Stadium in Gyeonggi-do on the 3rd.

Suwon, who suffered a shocking relegation to last place in K-League 1 last season, took the first step towards ‘challenge for promotion’ by taking 3 points.

Coach Yeom, who experienced relegation to the second division as an acting manager, kept the promise he made after becoming the official manager in the first game.

Coach Yeom announced at the opening media day on the 26th of last month that he would play ‘soccer that hits first.’

Last season, when he had only 8 wins in 38 games in the first division, he made a pledge that he would change the disappointing situation of giving up leads from the first half.

As the head coach boasted, Suwon took the lead by scoring the first goal in the 21st minute of the first half.

Mulic, a foreign striker who is over 2m tall, became the protagonist of Suwon’s ‘K League 2 first goal’.

As Chungnam Asan’s Kang Jun-hyuk failed to properly handle the ball, Lee Sang-min, who dug into the right side, quickly snatched it and ran into the penalty area.

Lee Sang-min delivered the ball to the front of the goal, and Mulic calmly kicked the ball home, shaking Chungnam Asan’s net.

A crisis came in the 40th minute of the first half for Suwon, which had overwhelmed South Chungcheong Asan, leading in ball possession by 64% to 36% until the 30th minute of the first half.

During Chungnam Asan’s counterattack, Jo Yun-seong knocked down Juninho, who rushed into the penalty area, from behind.

Cho Yun-seong, who transferred from Asan, South Chungcheong Province, ahead of this season, was given a red card after a video review (VAR).

Although Suwon was outnumbered early on, they scored an additional goal before the end of the first half.

This time, Mulic came forward again.

Mulic, who took the free kick from behind the penalty arc in extra time in the first half, hit the corner of the goal with a sharp right-footed shot.

South Chungcheong Asan began an offensive in the second half by taking advantage of its numerical superiority and scored a make-up goal in the 23rd minute of the second half.

Rookie midfielder Jeong Ma-ho, born in 2005, calmly completed Park Dae-hoon’s pass deep into the penalty box and scored his professional debut goal.

However, South Chungcheong Asan was unable to open Suwon’s goal once more and had to accept a 1-2 loss.

New South Chungcheong Asan coach Kim Hyun-seok, who worked at the club’s front office and took over leadership of the team after last season, postponed his debut win until the next opportunity.

14,196 people attended the first game of the K League 2 for Suwon, which is considered the most popular club in Korea.

More spectators visited Suwon World Cup Stadium than last year’s K League 1 opening match against Gwangju FC (10,348).

The number of 14,916 people is the highest number in K League 2 after counting paid spectators.

It exceeded the attendance of 13,340 for the game between Busan I’Park and Bucheon FC held at Busan Asiad Main Stadium last season.

Suwon general manager Park Gyeong-hoon said, “Even though we were relegated, so many fans came to see us.

I know very well that this is an expression of expectations that we will definitely achieve promotion this season.

We will do our best to repay those expectations.”

Park Seung-ho of Incheon, Returned Early due to Resentment

'악바리' 인천 박승호 "분한 마음에 조기 복귀…30경기 목표"

Akbari’ Park Seung-ho of Incheon “Returned Early due to Resentment… Goal of 30 Games”


Ankle fracture at U-20 World Cup… “I will show Coach Kim Eun-joong that I have grown to the next level”

Weight lifting 3 times a day… “I received advice from director Cho Seong-hwan that I should ‘let it go.’”

“After I got hurt in the World Cup, there was talk that it wouldn’t work out.

I felt resentful. 바카라사이트

Thanks to that, I came back quickly.”

The secret to Incheon United striker Park Seung-ho (21), who returned home early from last year’s FIFA U-20 World Cup due to an ankle fracture, was able to return to the game miraculously quickly. Park Seung-ho left

Gyeongnam on the 16th. At the K-League winter training media camp held at the Crown Hotel in Changwon, Park Seung-ho was proud of himself, saying, “I hurt my ankle in the U-20 World Cup, so it hurt physically and mentally, but I came back in just 100 days.”

Park Seung-ho said in May of last year.

He participated as a member of Kim Eun-joong in the FIFA U-20 World Cup held in Argentina and scored a chasing goal against Honduras in the second match of Group F, but broke his right ankle shortly after and it was expected that it would take about 5 to 6 months before he could return to the field.

Park Seung-ho, who felt resentful of some concerns that he would no longer be able to develop his skills as a player after his injury, decided to ‘show how far he can go’ and focused only on rehabilitation, including weight training.

A thrilling World Cup appearance, a gap of over 3 months due to injury, and a K-League debut goal and MVP of the round upon his return.

Park Seung-ho’s 2023 was truly like a roller coaster.

In the process, Park Seung-ho gained confidence as a World Cup stage scorer and a strong mentality.

Regarding the fact that Bae Jun-ho (Stoke City) was the first member of Kim Eun-joong’s U-20 national team to advance overseas, he expressed his greed by saying, “Of course I’m jealous.

I want to go there too,” and then said, “The reality is that we have to work harder in the face of evil.”

He said that he uses competition as motivation.

Park Seung-ho, who scored 1 goal in 9 K-League games last season, set his goal for the 2024 season to be ‘play in more than 30 games and score more than 10 attack points.’

Park Seung-ho said, “Because I was a rookie last season, other teams may not have known much about me, but this season, my second year in the K-League, they will have secured data about me,” and added, “I will prepare better as my opponent knows me.”

He burned his fighting spirit.

The vacancy created by Hernández’s move to Jeonbuk could be an opportunity for Park Seung-ho.

Previously, Incheon coach Cho Seong-hwan said, “I will try to demonstrate my skill in management with abundant midfield resources.

I have multiple resources such as Park Seung-ho, Song Si-woo, and Kim Bo-seop, and if I cannot score with my individual ability, I will score goals with my team pattern.” announced the plan.

Park Seung-ho is also showing his desire to participate in the game to his heart’s content.

Accordingly, there was a rumor that the Incheon coaching staff had issued a ‘exercise ban’ to the motivated Park Seung-ho.

Park Seung-ho, who smiled awkwardly and said he did not know exactly what was said to the coaches, said, “I lift weights three times a day, in the morning, afternoon, and evening, and the weight room is located in front of a place where the coaching staff often go, so the coach always sees it.”

“I think he was worried that adding weights to team training would actually affect his physical condition,” he said sheepishly.

It is said that he also received affectionate advice from Director Cho, who was concerned about his excessive motivation.

He said that Coach Cho’s message was that along with the desire to do well, you must also know how to let go, and that if you pay attention to small but basic passes and shooting one by one, the game will go better.

Park Seung-ho smiled and said, “I guess he seemed to have a great desire to do well,” and then said with a satisfied expression, “I think I’m putting it down little by little and I’m seeing good scenes like last year.”

Coach Kim Eun-joong, who led the U-20 World Cup, was appointed as the head coach of Suwon FC ahead of the 2024 season, and now meets his mentor as his enemy.

Coincidentally, Incheon will clash with Suwon FC from the opening game.

Park Seung-ho expressed his complex emotions, saying, “At the end of last year, the U-20 members gathered together for a dinner party, and Coach Kim told us that he was glad that he returned quickly.”

He also said, “I think I would feel aggrieved if I saw him at the stadium as the coach of the opposing team.”

Park Seung -ho soon made up his mind, saying, “A professional is a professional.

I plan to remain calm and do my best.

I want to prove to the coach that I have grown to a whole new level, which is different from what I did during the World Cup.” 스포츠 토토사이트

Park Seung-ho said, “Still, (if I score a goal) there will be a ceremony.”

“Maybe I should restrain myself a bit,” he pondered happily.

Jesse Lingard Really Came to Korea, Joining FC Seoul


‘Former Manchester United’ Jesse Lingard Really Came to Korea… Joining FC Seoul ‘Right Before our Eyes’


Manchester United’s 200th total appearance, England national team spearhead, converted to free agency due to poor performance and injury last season, 2-year contract extended by 1 year, K-League 1’s highest salary.

If the transfer is completed, he will be ‘the best foreign player in K-League history’ 온라인카지노

Midfielder Jesse Lingard (32), who played for Manchester United (Manchester United, England) and the England national team, visited Korea to go through the process of joining K League 1 FC Seoul.

When Lingard arrived at Incheon International Airport wearing a black hoodie and a hat on the afternoon of the 5th, about 200 fans who had gathered at the gate three hours ago chanted his name ‘Jesse’.

Lingard waved goodbye and signed autographs for fans who brought Manchester United and FC Seoul uniforms.

Previously, he posted a picture on his social network service (SNS) of waiting to check-in his luggage at the airport with Korean Air, hinting at his ‘bound for Seoul’.

Lingard is scheduled to enter final negotiations to join FC Seoul.

It has been reported that a significant portion of the agreement has already been reached.

On the 2nd, Britain’s Sky Sports reported, “It is understood that they have agreed to a verbal contract that includes a basic two-year contract with a one-year extension.”

The annual salary is estimated to be around 1.5 to 2 billion won, the highest level in K League 1.

If negotiations proceed without a hitch, Lingard will undergo a health checkup on the 6th, sign a contract on the 7th, and then meet Korean fans for the first time at a press conference on the 8th.

After the introductory press conference, he is expected to join the FC Seoul squad, which is undergoing field training in Kagoshima, Japan, and begin teamwork in earnest.

Among foreign players who have played on the Korean professional soccer stage, Lingard is evaluated as the best of all time in terms of ‘name value’ alone.

Lingard, a former Manchester United youth player, gained experience on loan to Birmingham City, Brighton, and Derby County before making his English Premier League (EPL) debut in 2015.

He has over 200 career appearances for Manchester United through the 2021-2022 season.

He played 32 games for the England national team and scored 6 goals, especially helping the team advance to the semifinals at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Lingard left Manchester United and moved to Nottingham Post ahead of the 2022-2023 season, but was released as a free agent last summer due to poor performance and a hamstring injury.

Unable to find a team even after the new season began, he explored transfers to Saudi Arabia and Turkiye, but then accelerated negotiations with FC Seoul.

Jesse Lingard’s last official appearance was as a substitute in the 88th minute of the second half of a league game against Manchester United in April last year.

As he faces a gap of nearly a year in actual play, the key is whether his soft landing at FC Seoul can be successful.

Former Manchester United Midfielder Lingard Enters the Country


‘He Really Came’ Former Manchester United Midfielder Lingard Enters the Country… “Score 20 Goals”


Former England national team midfielder Lingard is imminent to join K-League 1 FC Seoul.

In response to fan requests, he provided exciting fan service such as autographs and photo shoots even before joining the club.

“10 goals is a must, and I hope he scores 20 goals.”

Former England national team midfielder Jesse Lingard (31), who is about to join FC Seoul in the professional soccer K League 1, has entered the country. 카지노사이트

Lingard arrived in Korea through Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 5th.

When Lingard, wearing a black hoodie and black cap, appeared at his arrival hall, about 200 fans waiting for him cheered and chanted ‘Jessie’.

Lingard was momentarily taken aback as if he had not expected the huge crowd welcoming him, but then responded with a smile and a wave.

Lingard approached the fans who were chanting his name, signed his uniform, readily accepted the fan’s request for a photo, and quickly left the airport under the guidance of club officials.

Lingard is an attacking midfielder who also played for the England national team, and is a star player who played over 200 games for Manchester United (Man Utd), a famous English Premier League (EPL) team.

Lingard, who received news that he would challenge the K-League stage through Seoul Wool, entered the country on this day and concluded final negotiations with the club.

He will then undergo a medical test on the 6th and sign the final contract on the 7th.

The plan is to exchange first greetings with Korean fans at an introductory press conference on the 8th, then join the Seoul team that is training in Kagoshima, Japan, and begin strengthening in earnest.

Lingard posted on his social media this morning that he would check in his luggage at the Korean Air counter at Heathrow Airport in London, England and go to Korea soon.

When news broke that Lingard would arrive in Korea this afternoon, numerous fans gathered at the arrival hall, wearing Seoul uniforms and holding mufflers in their hands, forming a long line about two hours before he showed up.

Kim Min-seong (16), who waited for Lingard for over two hours with high dreams of winning, said, “When the news that he was coming to Seoul appeared, I couldn’t believe it and it felt like a dream,” and emphasized, “There is a 99% chance of winning this year.”

Wearing a red Seoul uniform, he smiled brightly and said, “I think Jesse Lingard will definitely score 10 goals.

I hope he scores up to 20 goals.”

Likewise, Lee Jae-hoo (19), who came to the airport with two acquaintances wearing a Seoul uniform, said, “I heard that Lingard is coming into the country today, but as a Seoul fan, I couldn’t sit still, so I came to the airport.”

He added, “The value of the name Lingard is strong in my heart.

“I was stuck,” he said.

Mr. Kim, who said he will ‘blow the flute’ like his symbolic ceremony when Lingard walks out of the arrival hall, said, “Seoul is a team that always challenges for the championship, and Lingard’s arrival will have an impact on increasing the number of spectators and heightening the atmosphere at the stadium.”

“I’m really looking forward to the season,” he said, unable to hide his excitement.

Jeonbuk Raises Objection to K-League Over ‘Replacement Mistake’ Incident

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Jeonbuk Raises Objection to K-League Over ‘Replacement Mistake’ Incident… Request for Pohang Forfeiture


Jeonbuk Hyundai, a professional soccer team, officially requested the Korea Professional Football League to “forfeit” the opponent’s game in relation to the Pohang Steelers match, in which the team had to face 12 opposing players on record due to a player substitution mistake.

Jeonbuk Club announced on the 29th that it submitted an official letter of objection to the Professional Federation requesting Pohang’s 0-3 forfeit against Pohang in the 35th round of K League 1 and post-expulsion punishment for Pohang’s Kim In-seong and Shin Kwang-hoon.

Jeonbuk based its argument on the player replacement procedure provisions of the International Football Association Board (IFAB) game rules and professional league regulations that deem the player’s club to have lost 0-3 if an ‘unqualified player’ participates in the game. 카지노

In the match in question held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium the day before, a skit took place in which 12 Pohang players played.

In the 23rd minute of the first half, Pohang fullback Kim Yong-hwan was injured and could not continue the game

So Pohang tried to substitute fullback Shin Gwang-hoon in place of Kim Yong-hwan.

But Pohang made a mistake.

The replacement table was submitted with ‘No. 7 Kim In-seong out, No. 17 Shin Gwang-hoon in’.

The replacement board held up by the second referee had striker Kim In-seong’s number 7 written on it, not Kim Yong-hwan’s number 3.

If the referee had clearly carried out the substitution like this, it would have ended up being an ‘internal mistake within Pohang’.

However, the incident turned out to be complicated.

While Kim Yong-hwan was outside the ground, Shin Kwang-hoon entered the ground, and Kim In-seong continued to play.

This situation lasted for 6 minutes, and the Jeonbuk bench protested to the referee.

Pohang had to belatedly replace Kim Yong-hwan and Kim Seung-dae, who returned to the bench in the 32nd minute of the first half.

Although Kim Yong-Hwan was off the field due to injury, Pohang faced Jeonbuk with 12 players for about 6 minutes.

Kim In-seong could be an ‘unqualified player’ on paper.

The game between Jeonbuk and Pohang ended in a 1-1 draw.

Jeonbuk said, “This is a case where the player replacement procedure, which is the most basic and important principle in the game rules and regulations, is incorrect, and this is an issue that cannot be taken lightly,”

Adding, “An accurate decision is necessary for the status of the K-League.

The professional soccer federation’s wise decision is necessary.”

“I look forward to your judgment,” he said.

A Pohang official said, “It is true that it was our intention to remove Kim Yong-hwan and add Shin Kwang-hoon, but if the referee had done the ‘replacement work by removing Kim In-seong and inserting Shin Kwang-hoon’ as we made a ‘mistake’, there would have been no problem,” the professional league said.

“I will wait for the decision,” he said. 메이저 토토사이트

Hong Myeong Protection Ulsan, The First K-League 1 Team


‘Hong Myeong Protection’ Ulsan, The First K-League 1 Team to Lose 2 Times in a Row… 4th ‘Winning Star’ in Total


Ulsan wins 2-0 over Daegu in round 35, ‘early victory’ confirmed ‘success of mercenary skills’…

Substitutes ‘Kim Min-hyuk and Jang Si-young’ both score ‘relegation crisis’ Suwon leads 2-0 against Daejeon, worst draw

Ulsan Hyundai, a professional soccer team, was crowned K-League 1 champion for two consecutive years for the first time since its founding and received the ‘winning star’ for the fourth time in total. 카지노사이트

Ulsan won 2-0 in the home game between Daegu FC and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Final A Round 35 held at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on the 29th with Kim Min-hyuk’s header winning goal in the 23rd minute of the second half and Jang Si-young’s key goal in the 44th minute of the second half.

As a result, Ulsan, who accumulated 70 points with 21 wins, 7 draws, and 7 losses, widened the point gap with second-place Pohang Steelers (60 points) to 10, confirming their victory in the 2023 K League 1 season regardless of the results of the remaining three games.

Pohang, who drew 1-1 in the previous day’s match against fourth-place Jeonbuk Hyundai (53 points) and whose pursuit of the lead was put on hold, cannot catch up to Ulsan even if they win all three remaining games.

Ulsan, which reached the top of the K-League in 1996 and 2005, succeeded in returning to the championship after 17 years last year, and secured first place again this year, winning its fourth championship (1996, 2005, 2022, 2023).

In particular, coach Hong Myung-bo led Ulsan to become champions for two consecutive years and became the sixth coach in history to lead the team to two consecutive wins in the K-League.

In the 40-year history of professional soccer, the coaches who have won more than two consecutive K-League titles are coach Kim Ho (1998, 1999, Suwon Samsung at the time), the late coach Park Jong-hwan (1993, 1994, 1995), and the late coach Cha Gyeong-bok (2001, 2001).

Following Seongnam Ilhwa (2002, 2003, and above), coach Choi Kang-hee (2014, 2015, 2017, 2018), coach Jose Morais (2019, 2020, and Jeonbuk Hyundai at the time), coach Hong Myung-bo (2022, 2023, Ulsan), there are only 6 people.

In addition, Ulsan achieved a single-season home attendance of 300,000 with 18,933 spectators visiting the stadium on this day.

Ulsan tried hard to break through Daegu’s thick defensive wall from the beginning of the first half, but was unable to find a way to attack, unable to create shooting opportunities.

Rather, in the 8th minute of the first half, Daegu’s Ko Jae-hyun, who was on a counterattack, allowed a fatal breakthrough and a right-footed shot, but thanks to a super save from ‘Spider Hand’ Cho Hyun-woo, the team barely escaped the risk of conceding a goal and ended the first half without scoring.

In the second half, Ulsan’s one-sided offensive and Daegu’s ‘counterattack after a player’s defense’ continued.

In the 19th minute of the second half, Ulsan lost a golden opportunity to score after Eom Won-sang cut into the right corner of the penalty area.

Ataru changed direction with his right foot from the right side of the goal area, but missed the left goal post slightly.

Coach Hong Myung-bo replaced Kim Seong-jun and replaced him with Kim Min-hyuk in the 19th minute of the second half, and this substitution became a ‘act of God.’

In the 23rd minute of the second half, Kim Min-hyuk rose up from the right side of the goal area on Ataru’s cross from the left side and hit Daegu’s net with a header.

It was Kim Min-hyuk’s ‘winning goal’ scored 4 minutes after taking the field.

Substitutes were also responsible for Ulsan’s additional goal.

Ulsan substituted Joo Min-gyu and Jang Si-young in the 39th minute of the second half, and in the 44th minute of the second half, Joo Min-gyu threw a long ball into the space behind the defense near the center line, and Jang Si-young rushed to the right of the goal area and scored a key goal, sealing the victory.

Suwon Samsung, an old club in danger of relegation, was ahead 2-0 over Daejeon Hana Citizen at its home Suwon World Cup Stadium, but ended up scoring two goals with 10 minutes left in the game, resulting in a shocking draw.

Suwon took the lead with goals from Kim Joo-chan in the 20th minute and Acosti in the 29th minute and seemed to have succeeded in getting out of last place, but was defeated by the combination play of Daejeon Massa and Thiago at the end of the game, disappointing the 10,000 fans who visited the stadium.

In the 35th minute of the second half, Thiago finished Kang Yun-seong’s cutback with a right-footed non-stop shot, giving Daejeon the first goal.

Thiago, who scored his 16th goal of the season, surpassed Ju Min-gyu (15 goals, Ulsan) and rose to the sole lead in the scoring rankings.

Then, in the 49th minute of the second half, Massa connected with a Thiago header pass in front of the goal to make it 2-2.

Suwon, who only earned 1 point, remained in last place (26 points).

The gap with Gangwon FC (27 points), which drew 1-1 with Jeju United the previous day, remained at 1 point.

At the Seoul World Cup Stadium, the home team FC Seoul won a 4-3 comeback victory over Suwon FC after a fierce battle.

Suwon FC took the lead with Lopez’s first goal in the 29th minute of the first half, but Seoul came back 3-2 in the second half thanks to the performances of Ki Sung-Yong (11 minutes), Willian (14 minutes), and Bjorn Johnson (28 goals).

In addition, Lopez’s penalty kick goal was scored in the 46th minute of the second half, and the game seemed to end in a draw.

However, just one minute later, Kim Kyung-min of Seoul scored the winning goal to heat up Sangambeol.