Hong Hyun-seok contributed to all goals, including inducing the opponent’s own goal, and was a magician who turned around Gent’s mood.

Hong Hyun-seok (24), the ‘new engine’ of the national team A, led the atmosphere of his team, KAA Gent in Belgium, to turn around.

Hong Hyun-seok started in the 2023-2024 season Belgian First Division A 12th round home game against Standard Liege held at Gelamco Arena in Ghent, Belgium on the 30th (Korean time), playing 71 minutes and leading the team to a 3-1 victory. Towed.

Ghent needed a win today. Unlike their good performance in the Europa Conference League, a competition between clubs, they have struggled in their home league with no wins (3 draws and 1 loss) in their last 4 consecutive games. A twist was needed.토스카지노 주소

Hong Hyun-seok was deployed as a left-wing striker in a 3-4-2-1 formation with Huey Cuypers and Tarik Tissudali in the top three.

Hong Hyun-seok, who induced the opponent’s own goal with a sharp corner kick in the 33rd minute of the first half, exchanged a sensational 2-on-1 pass three minutes later and created a cross opportunity that led to an additional goal.

In the 40th minute of the first half, he delivered an accurate kill pass into the penalty box, serving as the starting point for Gent to score their third goal.

Hong Hyun-seok played on the pitch for 71 minutes until he was replaced by Andrew Yulsager in the 26th minute of the second half.

On this day, Hong Hyun-seok touched the ball 55 times and recorded a pass success rate of 90%. He also delivered key passes three times and won three of six ground duels.

However, there were also some regrets. He lost the ball seven times and missed one good scoring opportunity. He fired two shots and recorded one effective shot.

Still, European statistical media evaluated Hong Hyun-seok as having ‘done his part.’ WhoScored.com gave Hong Hyun-seok a rating of 7.06, and SofaScore gave him a rating of 7.3, the third highest within the team.

Gent, who scored three goals in the first half thanks to Hong Hyun-seok’s performance, allowed a chasing goal to Wilfrid Kanga in the 22nd minute of the second half, but finished with a 3-1 win. With this win, Gent, who erased the pain of a 0-2 defeat against Brugge KSV in the 11th round, rose to 3rd place (6 wins, 5 draws, 1 loss, 23 points). The point gap with leader Winion Saint-Gillelois (9 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses, 28 points) was also reduced to 5.

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