‘Firepower at the end of the game’… ‘Kim Seung-seop’s first goal’ Jeju draws with ‘Thiago’s equalizer’ Daejeon

Reporter Kim Hyung-joong = Jeju United and Daejeon Hana Citizen were unable to settle the score after exchanging a goal apiece.

Jeju drew 1-1 at home against Daejeon in the 19th round of the Hana WonQ K League 1 2023 at Jeju World Cup Stadium at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Kim Seung-seop scored the opening goal, but Thiago equalized to settle for a point바카라사이트.

The home team, Jeju, went with a 3-4-3 defense. Kim Dong-joon was in goal, followed by a back three of Jung Woon, Lim Chae-min, and Kim Oh-kyu, and a midfield combination of Kim Seung-seop, Kim Bong-soo, Han Jong-moo, and Ahn Tae-hyun. Up front were Seo Jin-soo, Brazilian duo Hayes and Yuri. Daejeon lined up in a 4-3-3, with Lee Chang-geun in the gloves, Oh Jae-seok, Anton, Kim Min-duk, and Kim Ji-hoon in the back, Kim Young-wook, Joo Se-jong, and Bae Jun-ho in the midfield, and Shin Sang-sang, Lee Hyun-sik, and Thiago up front.

In the first half, both teams were evenly matched. Jeju’s attack was centered around Yuri and Hayes, with the occasional breakthrough from Seo Jin-soo. Daejeon harassed the opposing defense with Thiago in the center and Joo Sae-jong operating skillfully in the midfield.

Daejeon had the first chance in the 28th minute when Oh Jae-seok’s cross was met by Shin Sang-yi’s header, but it was off target. Jeju took the lead in the 33rd minute when Yuri stole a defensive ball from the opposing defense and shot with his right foot, but his shot was slightly caught in the hands of goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun. In the 36th minute, a change came. Kim Oh-kyu, who was marking Shin Sang-sang, committed a foul just outside the penalty box and was awarded a direct free kick. However, after an on-field review, the referee canceled the sending off and turned it into a caution. Thiago took the ensuing free kick himself, but it was off target. The first half ended 0-0.

The second half was similar to the first. Both teams continued to play offense without creating any decisive chances. At the start of the second half, Jeju brought on Lee Ki-hyuk and Daejeon brought on Masa to make a change, but it didn’t have a clear effect. In the 21st minute of the second half, both teams made another change. Jeju brought on Kim Joo-gong, while Daejeon brought on Lim Deok-geun and Kim In-gyun. Both managers were looking to score.

In the 27th minute of the second half, Hayes stole the ball from his opponent, dribbled through, and hit a right-footed shot that was caught by Lee Chang-geun. It was the first goal of the game. In the 31st minute of the second half, Jeju’s Kim Seung-seop headed in a cross from the right side to take a one-goal lead. With momentum on their side, Jeju continued to attack. Kim Joo-gong took a left-footed turning shot inside the box, but it was defended and went just wide of the goal.

In the 33rd minute, Daejeon rattled the net with a powerful header from Thiago, but it was ruled offside. In the 35th minute, Daejeon head coach Lee Min-sung brought on Yoo Kang-hyun in place of Joo Se-jong to increase his attacking numbers. In the 40th minute, Masa’s direct free kick was blocked by Kim Dong-jun. However, Daejeon eventually found the equalizer. In the 40th minute, Kim In-gyun headed in a cross that Thiago stumbled over. In the 44th minute, Jeju equalized when Hayes’ powerful half-volley hit the post.

Four minutes of extra time were awarded, but neither team could find an additional goal and the match ended in a 1-1 draw.

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