Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan , respectively,
who protested the judge’s decision after scoring a theater goal in the Gangwon FC
match and lost 0-1. Jeonbuk Hyundai, the candidate to win the K-League 1 in professional soccer, is not getting out of the deep mire. In a game with victory points just around the corner, it collapsed due to an ambiguous decision at the end of the second half, and even key players were kicked out while protesting against this, making it impossible to avoid a power vacuum.
Jeonbuk lost 0-1 against Gangwon FC in the 10th round of the K-League 1 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 29th, conceding a goal to Yang Hyeon-jun just before the game ended. Jeonbuk, who fell into a two-game losing streak, fell to ninth place as of today with 3 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses and 10 points. Jeonbuk had no choice but to regret it토토사이트.
First of all, that was the situation before the goal was conceded. There was a conflict between Yang Hyeon-jun and Jeonbuk Kim Geon-woong over possession of the ball, but the whistle was not blown. Time was ambiguous. When the ball was contested, the 45th minute of the second half as well as the 4th minute of extra time given by the referee had all passed. When the ball was lost, Jeonbuk players looked at the referee, but Yang Hyun-jun drove the ball to the goalkeeper and calmly scored his first goal of the season.
Jeonbuk protested both time and foul, but it was not overturned. Captain Hong Jeong-ho was sent off due to accumulated warnings while protesting, and full-back Kim Moon-hwan received a red card for abusive language. Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan were banned from participating in one and two games, respectively. Jeonbuk has to play against FC Seoul on the 5th and against Samsung in Suwon on the 10th without the two main defenders. In particular, Moonhwan Kim’s colon could be longer. An official from the Korea Professional Football Federation said, “After checking the game report, additional punishment can be imposed if deemed necessary.”
Prior to this match, Seoul defeated Suwon FC 3-0 in a match held at Suwon Sports Complex. In this match held under the watch of national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann, Na Sang-ho scored multiple goals and made a clear impression. Na Sang-ho is leading the scoring with 7 goals, overtaking Gustav Rubiksson (Ulsan Hyundai, 5 goals) in second place.