Incheon United won three consecutive games in K-League 1 and controlled the rise of Gwangju FC, which was trying to take second place.
Incheon, led by coach Seong-Hwan Cho, won 2-0 in the away game against Gwangju in the 35th round (2nd game of Final A) of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ held at Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 28th.
Coach Cho excluded from the list all the ‘foreign four musketeers’ who played in the Asian Champions League (ACL) group match (0-2 loss) against Shandong Taishan (China) three days ago: Mugosa, Gerso, Mpoku, and Hernández. did. Seven U-22 resources were selected as starters and a large-scale rotation was carried out. He made a choice and focused while competing in the league, ACL, and FA Cup at the same time.짱구카지노
Nevertheless, Incheon produced excellent results. Choi Woo-jin, playing in his second game this season, split the Gwangju goal with a fantastic left-footed mid-range shot in the 30th minute of the second half when the score was 0-0.
Incheon, which gained momentum, scored an additional goal in the 38th minute of the second half when Kim Min-seok pushed in the ball after a teammate’s shot was deflected by the Gwangju defense in a counterattack opportunity.
In the end, Incheon was outgunned by Gwangju by 5-11, but the newly introduced players showed off their high immersion in the game and succeeded in taking control and winning by two goals.
Incheon recorded 13 wins, 13 draws, and 9 losses (52 points), and was ranked 5th, chasing 4th place Jeonbuk Hyundai (53 points), which drew 1-1 with Pohang Steelers that day, by one point. On the other hand, Gwangju’s winning streak was cut off after three games, recording 16 wins, 9 draws, and 10 losses (57 points), unable to close the gap with second place Pohang (60 points).