FC Seoul striker Ji Dong-won revealed why he threw himself at Willian’s goal 소닉카지노.
On the 27th at 7:00 pm at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul, who had the 28th round of the ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’, drew 2-2 with Ulsan. Seoul took the lead with Ilyuchenko’s goal, but Ju Min-kyu scored multiple goals in the second half to allow the turnaround. However, in the second half of extra time, Willian scored a dramatic equalizer after a fantastic breakthrough to prevent defeat.
Ji Dong-won also stepped on the ground that day. Ji Dong-won, who returned from an injury in the match against Daegu last year after 1 year and 5 months, was substituted in place of Ki Sung-yueng in the 33rd minute of the second half and digested a total of 20 minutes until extra time in the second half. Around the 45th minute of the second half, he also scored an effective shot by hitting a left-footed mid-range shot from outside the penalty box. Although he did not score points or attack points, it was significant that he improved the sense of the game by playing 10 more minutes than before Daegu.
After the game, Ji Dong-won said, “I wanted to enter when we were winning. After being reversed, I couldn’t touch the ball much and it was a little vague. I think it’s fortunate that we didn’t lose.”
On this day, Ji Dong-won drew attention with a scene other than shooting or passing. In Willian’s goal scene, Ji Dong-won, who was in front of him right before the shot, threw himself. It was a move to avoid Willian’s shot.
Ji Dong-won said, “I didn’t want to become a traitor.
When asked why he hadn’t been able to come out so far, he replied, “I think the physical condition I think and the physical condition the coaching staff think are different. I don’t know.”
Ji Dong-won has no big goals for the rest of the season. Ji Dong-won added, “I don’t have a personal goal. I just want to do my best for the team when given the time to play.”