Jeonbuk Hyundai earned a hard-fought 3-2 victory

Jeon Byung-kwan (22, Jeonbuk Hyundai) scored a wonder goal that could be considered one of the best in the history of the K League and heralded the arrival of the newest member of the Star Army.

Jeonbuk Hyundai earned a hard-fought 3-2 victory over FC Seoul in the eighth round of the 2024 Hana Bank K League 1 on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Seoul World Cup Stadium. With their second consecutive win, Jeonbuk has put themselves firmly back in the hunt for the top spot.

After six games without a win (three draws and three losses) since the start of the league, Jeonbuk has now won two straight matches to reach nine points. Seoul, on the other hand, failed to make the leap to the top of the table with two wins, three draws, and three losses (9 points).

Jeonbuk had an eventful start to the season.

After three draws and three losses right from the start of the season, Jeonbuk barely got their first win until the last game against Gwangju FC (2-1). 카지노사이트 In the process, head coach Dan Petrescu was fired and Park Won-jae took over as acting head coach while the club waited for a permanent replacement.

However, the previous game against Gwangju saw ‘young blood’ Lee Jae-ik and Song Min-kyu score their first goals of the season side by side to give the team a much-needed first win, followed by a revitalized performance against Seoul to earn their first back-to-back wins. With the win, Jeonbuk maintained its absolute dominance over Seoul, remaining unbeaten in its last 21 matches (16 wins, 5 draws). The last loss to Seoul was on July 2, 2017 (1-2).

Jeon joined the club as a free agent in the 2024 winter transfer window. Under Dan Petrescu, he was mainly used as a bench player. His U-22 card was also underutilized and he was sent to the B team.

However, after Petrescu’s departure, he quickly rose to prominence under Park Won-jae. He started the last home game in the seventh round and showed a good performance. The 2002-born player was impressive with his dribbling and enthusiasm.

Against Seoul, Jeon also started, and he was full of enthusiasm, harassing the opposition with his speed and activity. His offense was also impressive on this day.

In the fourth minute of the second half, Jeon put the icing on the cake.

On a corner kick, Jeonbuk continued its calm offense. From a cross near the box, Jeon calmly soared like a butterfly and delivered a precise bicycle kick. The shot took a beautiful trajectory and found the back of the net.

After Jeon Byung-kwan’s goal, Jeonbuk took control of the game and pressured Seoul with calm operations. Seoul desperately tried to find a goal, but it didn’t work out. Meanwhile, Jeon Byung-kwan, who scored the wonder goal, 메이저 토토사이트 left the field in the 19th minute of the second half for Ahn Hyun-beom. The 4,200 Jeonbuk fans at the stadium chanted his name in honor of his performance.

Jeonbuk boasts an ultra-luxurious squad, but it has been in need of new faces in recent years. In this situation, Jeon’s impressive performance in two consecutive matches is very encouraging. It will be interesting to see if he can become the new star of Jeonbuk’s struggling team.

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