’13 goals + 1 goal = 5 consecutive wins’ Jeju, with overwhelming air defense stability, ranked 2nd in Seoul expedition ‘Jung Aim’

Jeju United aims to win against FC Seoul with a sense of stability in air defense.

Jeju clashes with Seoul in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 14 away match held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 20th at 6pm토스카지노. Jeju defeated Suwon FC 5-0 on the 14th and was selected as the best team in the 13th round. Jeju, which fell to the bottom with 2 draws and 3 losses until the 5th round, recently rose to the high of 23 points with 7 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses with 5 consecutive wins in the league. Pohang, who had the same points, rose to third place with a 20-19 lead on multiple points.

The next opponent is Seoul, who are second in the league. There is no point difference. There is a 20-27 difference in multiple points. If you win, you can move up to 2nd place. In the 4th round home game against Seoul on March 18th, they unfortunately lost 1-2, but they are overwhelming in their recent record. In the last 10 head-to-head matches, they have a whopping 6 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss. And in the last game, many players, including captain Choi Young-joon, were on the injured list and did not gain momentum.

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Now the story is different. Currently, Jeju is showing more stable power than any other team. They conceded only one goal while scoring 13 goals during the five-game winning streak. Even Lim Chae-min, one of the best defenders in the K-League, added his latest strength in earnest, making the defensive wall even thicker. The zero point of victory is also sharp. The number of shots on target is 67, which is first in the league. 5.15 effective shots per game. Seo Jin-soo and Hayes led the attack with 4 goals side by side, and Kim Joo-gong started a horsemanship in 13 games against Suwon FC, making the firepower even hotter.

Jeju, which has stable offense and defense, is rising with reasonable confidence that it will not fall behind any team.

Jeju coach Ki-il Nam Ki-il said, “This match against Seoul is also an important match. But we have overcome difficulties and become stronger. I want to see Jeju become stronger this time beyond Seoul. The attack is coming out. The defense is solid, so there is room in the attack. There are often scenes where you can lead the game and score goals.”

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