Gwangju FC, the best team in the 28th round of the K-League 1, goes on the hunt for the defending champion. Gwangju will play an away match against Ulsan Hyundai and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 29 at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on September 3 at 4:30 pm. Last August was truly the month of Gwangju. He scored 10 goals and conceded 3 points in a 4 match undefeated streak (2 wins, 2 draws). In particular, the draw with Pohang and Incheon returned the game to the starting point with a fearful back-heartedness that did not give up even after conceding the first goal.
The ranking is already 3rd in the league. This time, he challenges Ulsan. Ulsan is the only team that Gwangju has lost twice in a row this season. It is a disadvantageous situation in many ways, but I am determined to take a step closer to the Final A group by defeating Ulsan in the last game ahead of the A match break. The performance of Gwangju’s attacking team is fierce. Gwangju threatened the opponent’s goal by recording as many as 10 effective shots out of 15 shots in the last game. Huh Yul and Thomas displayed aggressive forward pressure, sharp passing, and powerful shooting, while ace Um Ji-seong showed off his abilities to the fullest with his first multi-goal.
Lee Hee-gyun scored the team’s valuable opening goal in the 17th minute of the first half, and Asani contributed a great victory with 1 goal and 1 assist. 스포츠토토 Here, Ahn Young-gyu, who recorded an assist, Lee Sun-min, who performed well as a center back, and goalkeeper Kim Kyung-min’s super save were added. He showed perfect performance, with many goals and no goals conceded. Ulsan, the opponent this time, boasts the strongest power in the league. As of this season, it is leading the league with 19 wins, 4 draws, 5 losses, and 61 points. Foreign players such as Martin Adam, Rubiksson, and Barco, as well as Lee Chung-yong, Um Won-sang, Seol Young-woo, Kim Young-kwon, Jo Hyun-woo, and Joo Min-gyu, are among the best in the country. There are plenty of players.
However, Gwangju never backs down even against a strong team. Although they lost in two matches this season, they showed strong teamwork and hot attacks. Gwangju is determined to aim for the opponent’s goal once again with Gwangju’s own offensive soccer along with a solid defense. Will Gwangju be able to hold the leader Ulsan and continue the hot atmosphere?