‘Timo Shift success’ Hyoverge’s magic can swallow Incheon, too

Gwangju FC, which has passed the summer hump and is spurring towards Final A, tests the possibility of entering Final A once again.

Gwangju will play an away 토토사이트 game against Incheon UTD and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 27 at Incheon Soccer Stadium on the 18th at 7:30 pm. Recently, Gwangju came out of the crisis with good momentum. Gwangju, who left the Pohang expedition last round, showed Gwangju’s own soccer until the end despite the opponent’s tight organization and strong power, recording a 1-1 draw and earning a valuable point, confirming Gwangju’s potential again.

Gwangju, which has already surpassed the 37 points scored in 2021, is in a good mood with the last 6 matches undefeated (2 wins, 4 draws), so it is determined to spur the competition for the rankings with a victory in the Incheon expedition.

Recently, director Lee Jeong-hyo’s mercenary skills are on the rise. In the second half, coach Lee Jeong-hyo, who was being dragged down by the first goal, boldly raised center back Timo to midfielder, and Teemo repaid the coach’s trust by scoring the equalizer with an exciting mid-range shot in the 22nd minute of the second half.

Umji-seong and Asani, who were on the sidelines as well as Teemo, showed sharp crosses and movements, and Kim Han-gil, who came in as a substitute, played a big role, invigorating the attack with a destructive dribble.

In the midfield, Jung Ho-yeon and Lee Sun-min faithfully fulfilled their role as a link between the offense and defense with their vigorous activity, and Lee Sun-min even recorded help, proving once again that he is in peak condition. In addition, ‘Incheon Killer’ Lee Hee-kyun, who was absent due to accumulated warnings, returned and was able to show more diverse tactics.

This opponent, Incheon, is in 7th place in the league with 9 wins, 9 draws and 8 losses. It has a solid squad across the air and defense, including Oh Ban-seok, Delbridge, Mun Ji-hwan, Lee Myung-joo, Kim Do-hyuk, and Zerso, and re-recruited striker Mugosa through the summer transfer market to add weight to the attacking team.

However, Gwangju was strong against Incheon. Based on the league standard, they have an advantage with 7 wins, 13 draws and 6 losses, and are showing strong appearances, winning 6-1 in the FA Cup away last season and 5-0 at home this season. With this as a weapon, Gwangju is determined to aim for the opponent’s goal with solid organizational power and peak offense as Gwangju continues to maintain a hot atmosphere.

Attention is focusing on whether Gwangju, which is causing a sensation this season, can continue its undefeated march by catching Incheon, which is on the rise, and increase the possibility of advancing to the Final A.

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