Unfortunate come-from-behind defeat against Ulsan, Gwangju, will the atmosphere change in the face of a promotion synchronous match?

Gwangju FC, which is causing a stir in the K-League 1 this season, is looking for a reversal of the atmosphere in the face of the match against Ulsan.

Gwangju will play a home game against Daejeon Hana Citizen and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 11 at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 6th at 7pm. Gwangju’s recent results were a series of regrets. In the two-game home match 메이저놀이터(Gangwon FC-Jeju UTD) and Ulsan Hyundai away, they overwhelmed the opponent with tight pressure and sharp attacks in the face-to-face confrontation with the strong team, but only 1 point with 1 draw and 2 losses.

Current ranking is 6th. However, the gap with 11th place Gangwon is only 3 points. Gwangju is determined to forget the disappointing result and continue to play Gwangju’s own soccer and give victory to home fans in the last game of the first round robin. Gwangju’s fierce attack against strong teams awaits. Along with youth players such as Um Ji-seong, Heo Yul, and Lee Hee-kyun, attackers such as Asani and Lee Kun-hee continue to perform well.

Sandro, the main gun, adjusted his condition through rest, and midfielder Lee Kang-hyun scored his debut goal in Gwangju and boosted his confidence. In addition, Jung Ho-yeon and Lee Soon-min protect the midfield, Kim Han-gil and Doo Hyun-seok’s active overlapping, and goalkeeper Kim Kyung-min’s super save are showing a strong appearance.

This opponent’s ‘promotion motivation’ matchup is in 4th place with 5 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses. Thanks to the performances of foreign players such as Thiago, Anton, and Leandro, as well as former national players such as Joo Se-jong, Jo Yu-min, and Lee Jin-hyun, they recorded victories against strong teams such as Jeonbuk, Ulsan, and Seoul, creating a sensation this season with Gwangju.

The opponent record before Daejeon is 9 wins, 8 draws and 10 losses. But looking at the recent results, the story is different. Gwangju recorded 2 wins and 2 draws against Daejeon, who fought for the K-League 2 championship last season, and 2 of them were won at home.

Daejeon suffered a 0-3 loss in their home game against Jeju in the last round, and the mood subsided somewhat. Since Gwangju is a home match, they can win with strong forward pressure and quick attacks.

Attention is focusing on whether Gwangju can defeat Daejeon and reverse the atmosphere with victory.

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