Jeju earned a 3-2 come-from-back victory thanks to Yuri Jonatan’s equalizer and Heize’s multi-goal in the 7th round away match between Suwon and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 15th.
Jeju struggled with back-to-back player injuries, but managed to turn things around by winning two league wins in a row following the first win (1-0) against Gangwon FC in the sixth round.
Jeju ranks 7th with 8 points (2 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses).
Meanwhile, Suwon failed to win their first league game of the day.
Suwon won its first win of the season in the 3rd match of the Korean Football Association (FA) Cup against Ansan Greeners in K League 2 on the 12th (Suwon won 3-1), but failed to rise in the league.
Suwon, who drew 7 matches with 2 consecutive losses after the opening, is holding on to the last position (2 points, 2 draws, 5 losses).
Desperate for victory, Suwon scored the opener in the 7th minute of the first half.
In a corner kick situation, Go Myeong-seok’s header was blocked by Jeju goalkeeper Kim Dong-jun, and Basani kicked the goal with a left-footed shot.
At the 14th minute of the first half, Jeju took out Ji Sang-wook and Kim Dae-hwan and brought on Heize and Kim Joo-gong to counterattack.
In the 21st minute of the first half, Yuri Jonatan completed Ahn Hyun-beom’s pass with a right-foot shot from the right side of the goal area, turning things around.
Jeju scored an additional goal in the 3rd minute of the second half. Hayes, who received a pass from Yuri Jonatan in the 3rd minute of the second half, brought Jeju to victory with a header.
Continuing the momentum, Jeju added a goal in the 17th minute of the second half. Substitute Ahn Tae-hyun won the penalty kick, and Heize, who started as kicker, scored multiple goals to tie the game 3-1.
In the 34th minute of the second half, Suwon redeemed a goal by aiming for a ‘last minute drive’ with Yoo Je-ho’s K-League debut goal, but after that, all of Ahn Byung-jun and Basani’s shots were missed. , and they lowered their heads.
In other matches in Suwon, home team Suwon FC continued their first winning streak of the season by beating Jeonbuk Hyundai 1-0.
Suwon FC rose to 5th place (10 points, 3 wins, 1 draw, 3 losses), and Jeonbuk, who failed to win in a row, dropped to 8th place (7 points, 2 wins, 1 draw, 4 losses).
With 9,221 spectators, the biggest club, entering the Suwon Sports Complex that day, Suwon FC gave the home fans victory with Lars’ winner in the 26th minute of the first half.
Lars took advantage of Jeonbuk Song Min-kyu’s passing mistake and caught the ball, crossed the field and cut the net with a neat right-footed shot from the right side of the penalty arc.
Suwon FC defended Lars’ winning goal until the end.
In the 37th minute of the first half, Shinsegae’s goal was canceled due to a handball foul, and Lee Seung-woo’s volley was blocked by Jeonbuk goalkeeper Kim Jeong-hoon in the first half’s extra time. He played a ‘save show’ and led a scoreless win.
The match between 2nd place Pohang Steelers and 3rd place FC Seoul at Pohang Steel Yard ended in a 1-1 draw.
Pohang, who continued their unbeaten run in seven matches prior to the opening, led with 15 points (4 wins, 3 draws), and Seoul, who drew first this season, recorded 13 points (4 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses). existing rating.
Seoul took the lead in the second minute of the first half with a fantastic free kick goal scored by Na Sang-ho near the left corner.
Na Sang-ho, who scored his fourth goal of the season, is the co-leader in scoring with Asani (Gwangju), Rubikson (Ulsan) and Thiago (Daejeon).
Then, at the 41st minute of the first half, ‘Speed Racer’ Kim In-seong was responsible for Pohang’s equalizer.
When Sim Sang-min crossed from the left, Kim In-seong quickly ran towards the goalpost and shook the goal with a right-footed volley.
It was Kim In-seong’s return to the first team after spending a season and a half in the Pohang shirt this term.