Daegu FC failed to win the K-League 1 Seoul expedition, but succeeded in taking one point.
Daegu drew 2-2 with FC Seoul at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 19th. In the aftermath of the sudden Jamboree concert, a fierce battle was fought on the damaged lawn, and the opponent took a blow, but after a persistent counterattack, they tied the score. Although the record of a winless streak increased to 6 games, they took victory points while escaping from the swamp of defeat.
On this day, Daegu’s Sejingya, Ko Jae-hyeon, and Lee Geun-ho stepped up as strikers. Hong Cheol, Park Se-jin, Lee Jin-yong, and Hwang Jae-won protected the midfield, while Cho Jin-woo, Hong Jeong-woon, and Kim Jin-hyeok formed the back three. The goal was guarded by Oh Seung-hun. Edgar and Beltola waited on the bench.
Daegu conceded early in the game. In the 8th minute of the first half, Seoul Han Seung-kyu’s shot hit the post and went into the goal after being hit by goalkeeper Oh Seung-hun. The official record is Oh Seung-hoon’s own goal. Daegu immediately launched a counterattack, but failed to score. Cesingya’s free kick hit the defensive wall, deflected, and missed the goal, and the subsequent corner kick opportunity was also missed.
In the 24th minute of the first half, Daegu took another chance and succeeded in equalizing. Cho Jin-woo, who received a free kick from Sejingya, crossed from the right side of the penalty box to the front of the goal, and Lee Geun-ho headed it, shaking the Seoul net. A video review (VAR) was conducted to determine whether Lee Keun-ho and the goalkeeper collided or not, but Lee Keun-ho’s goal was recognized and the score was tied 1-1.메이저사이트
During the fierce battle, the balance of the match was broken. Daegu allowed another goal in the 41st minute. In the 41st minute of the first half, Kim Shin-jin of Seoul conceded an additional goal from a free kick. Losing the lead, Daegu put Beltola in the 42nd minute of the first half, and with the start of the second half, Edgar replaced Lee Geun-ho.
Edgar (#9) of Daegu FC participates in the K-League 1 match held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 19th and scores an equalizer with a header between FC Seoul’s defense. Provided by Daegu FC
When no goals were scored, the two teams used replacement cards to change the atmosphere. In the 17th minute of the second half, Seoul replaced Lee Tae-seok and Willian with Kim Jin-ya and Lee Si-young.
Daegu continued to push Seoul. In the 18th minute of the second half, Kim Jin-hyeok’s shot rushed towards the goal, and in the 20th minute of the second half, Ko Jae-hyun’s shot, which headed Park Se-jin’s cross, did not lead to a goal. Daegu replaced Park Se-jin with Jang Seong-won in the 32nd minute of the second half.
As the match progressed towards the end, Daegu’s offensive intensified and they finally scored an equalizer. In the 36th minute of the second half, Cezinha’s cross was finished by Edgar with a header, making it 2-2. In the remaining time, they continued to push for a turnaround, but no additional goals were scored.
Meanwhile, Sejingya succeeded in his 50th assist in the K-League 1 that day, achieving a record of ’50 (goal)-50 (assist)’. Cesingha scored 76 goals in 193 K-League 1 matches.