Defender Ahn Hyeon-beom (28), who joined Jeonbuk Hyundai last summer, is quickly melting into the team. He realizes ‘Jeonbuk-ness’ and is giving his all in every game. He has been reborn as a ‘lucky piece’ for the club.
Hyun-beom Ahn started in the home game of the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) Group F third game against Lion City Sailors (Singapore) held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 25th and led the team to a 3-0 scoreless victory.
With 2 wins, 1 loss, and 6 points, Jeonbuk ranked 2nd in Group F, following Bangkok United (6 points), which had played one less game. Lion City is in 3rd place with 1 win, 2 losses, and 3 points.
On this day, Ahn Hyeon-beom started as a starter and blocked the opponent’s attack in advance, and when the opportunity to attack came, he rushed to the front door in an instant and put a chill on the opponent’s conversation.짱구카지노 도메인
Ahn Hyun-beom flashed from the beginning of the game. He assisted Jun Amano’s first goal in the 5th minute of the first half. Ahn Hyeon-beom, who was on the right side of the Lion City camp, saw Jun Amano rushing into the center and made an amazing pass. Jun Amano did not miss this. He cut into the opponent’s net with a non-stop left-footed shot.
Ahn Hyun-beom aimed for a goal himself in the 20th minute of the first half. He hit a mid-range shot from quite a distance. It missed the edge of his left goal by just a sheet of paper.
This is Ahn Hyeon-beom, who was active in offense and defense. Lion City only had one shot while Jeonbuk recorded 12 shots in the first half.
Ahn Hyeon-beom, who came to Jeonbuk from Jeju United through a trade last July, has established himself as Jeonbuk’s ‘luck’ in a short period of time. He has an aggressive nature and is used in both offense and defense.
Ahn Hyun-beom has a significant stake in Jeonbuk’s three consecutive wins, including the recent league game. The player who started the team’s winning streak by recording 1 assist in the match against FC Seoul on the 8th is Ahn Hyeon-beom. Earlier, on September 24th, he scored the winning goal in a match against Gwangju FC.
After the game against Lion City, Ahn Hyun-beom said in a mixed zone interview, “We lost the game in Bangkok, so the third game of the day was very important. “I’m so happy that we won 3-0,” he said. In the second away game against Bangkok, Jeonbuk took the lead with a lucky own goal, but was unable to achieve victory. We lost 2-3.
Hyun-Beom Ahn said, “As a defender, I am most happy that we did not concede a goal to Lion City. I try to do my best in every game. In the team called Jeonbuk, not only me but all the other players are great. So my goal is to always give 100%. I played today with the thought that it was a rivalry game. Because victory was desperate. “I’m glad it led to a good result,” he said.
When asked about his chemistry with ‘veteran defender’ Kim Jin-su, he said, “We work well together. There is so much to learn from Jinsu-hyung, both career-wise and mentally. I always feel that he is a great player. When Jin Soo-hyung goes up in the stadium, I stay, and sometimes vice versa. “I really like the fact that we get along even without saying anything,” he explained.
Coach Dan Pesrescu said he felt the ‘Jeonbuk-style mentality’ was alive in the game against Lion City.
Hyun-Beom Ahn said, “Jeonbuk players are the ones who always have to be evaluated under pressure. There is Bayern Munich in Germany and Manchester City in the English Premier League. These teams get criticized when they draw or lose. I think Jeonbuk is that kind of team. There is a burden and pressure to win. Only players who overcome this can enter the 11. I think this is ‘Jeonbuk-ness’. He emphasized, “Jeonbuk is a place where you can survive only if you have a strong mentality as well as skills.”
Coach ‘Klinsmannho’ Cha Du-ri watched the game between Jeonbuk and Lion City from the stands. Ahn Hyeon-beom, who visited national team A in June and September, was not with the team in October.
Ahn Hyeon-beom honestly said, “I would be lying if I said I had no desire to join the national team,” and then added, “The reason I couldn’t go in October was definitely my fault. I want to focus on showing my best performance in Jeonbuk as much as possible. If so, wouldn’t he be given the chance to join the national team again?”