There is a series of matches that cannot be done an inch ahead. The same is true of this round.

□ Team of Round: Jeonbuk seeks to escape consecutive losses and leap to the mid-range

Jeonbuk (ranking 11th with 13 points) met Gwangju City in the last round and achieved a landslide 3-0 victory. With the win, the team ended its three-game losing streak, escaped from the bottom, and successfully reversed the mood.

In the last round, Jeonbuk had its first scoreless game of the season, and the player that shined the most in the game was its goalie, Jung Min-ki. On the day, Jung displayed robust performance by blocking all nine shots on goal, achieving his first clean sheet of the season. Captain Kim Jin-su recorded the most successful passes (54 times), successful passes to offensive areas (nine times), and successful forward passes in defensive areas (21 times), as well as ranked first in the tackle category (4 times) and block category (five times) in defensive areas, showing good performance in both offense and defense. If the two players show solid defense in this round, Jeonbuk can expect another scoreless game.

Meanwhile, striker Jeon Byung-kwan’s performance this season is also worth paying attention to. After playing in Daejeon for three seasons from 2021, Jeon moved to Jeonbuk this season. Jeon had three goals and three assists in Daejeon, where he has four goals and one assist for the most goals scored in his team this season, and he broke his own record for most goals scored in a season early on. If Jeon’s goal is scored again this time following his multi-goal against Gwangju in the last round, Jeonbuk may well be aiming for a winning streak.

In the meantime, Jeonbuk will meet Gimcheon in the next round. The team lost to Gimcheon 0-1 in the third round, but this time it will seek to counterattack. The second match of this season between Jeonbuk and Gimcheon will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday (Saturday) at Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

In the 14th round, Daegu (9th place, 14 points) and Gangwon (5th place, 19 points) will face off.

Daegu, the home team, won 2-1 against Seoul in the 13th round, raising its ranking two notches by winning its first consecutive game of the season. Coach Park Chang-hyun is continuing his upward trajectory with a successful rebuilding process that actively employs young players. Park Yong-hee started all five games since Park Chang-hyun took the helm, and has scored goals in the last two consecutive games. Park, who is in his third year as a professional player, has only played four games in the past two seasons, but has already scored three points in eight games this season to show his potential. In defense, Hwang Jae-won played well both sides and center, while defender Park Jin-young, born in 2002, showed stable performance with his first professional start in the last round. Daegu will also challenge to win its first three consecutive games this season by banking on the performance of young players in this round.

The away team Gangwon beat Ulsan 1-0 in the 13th round, continuing its unbeaten streak for three consecutive games (two wins and one draw). Yago has been the most successful player in Gangwon recently. He joined the team in the middle of last season and recorded only one goal and one assist in 11 matches, but he seems to have fully adapted to the team this season by scoring five goals and one assist in 11 matches. If Yago, who has scored in two consecutive matches, scores in this round again, Gangwon can explode its offense capability against Daegu. Another player to watch out for this round is Gangwon Kim Yi-seok. Kim Yi-seok, who has strong support for Gangwon’s mid field, has started all 13 matches this season, and has one goal and two assists. Kim’s strength is that he takes a lot of activities from the sides and the center, and he helps coordinate offense and defense smoothly, and he is expected to play well in this round as well.

Meanwhile, the two teams won a landslide 3-0 victory in the first game of the fifth round. The second showdown of this season between Daegu and Gangwon will take place at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Incheon (6th, 17 points) added three more points with a 1-0 victory over Daejeon in the last round. Incheon has given up 16 goals in 13 games this season, tying for third in the minimum number of goals lost among the 12 K-League 1 teams, with central defender Yonichi at the center of the solid Incheon defense.

Yonichi made his debut in Incheon in the 2015 season and played for two consecutive seasons, impressing as he was named the best 11 for the second consecutive season with outstanding performances at the time. Since then, Yonichi has played for Cerezo Osaka in Japan and Shenhua in Shanghai, China, before returning to the K-League in eight years as he wore an Incheon uniform this season. 메이저사이트

Yonichi not only has communication skills to lead the entire defense team, but also has various strengths such as aerial ball contention ability, tackle ability, and wide range of activities. As evidenced by this, Yonichi has been at the top of the data list this season, ranking second in clearances (84 times), fifth in interceptions (11 times) and seventh in blocks (27 times) among all players in the K League 1 in 10 games until the 13th round.

Meanwhile, Incheon will play against Gwangju City (7th with 15 points). Incheon won the first showdown of this season 3-2, and whether Incheon will be able to continue its winning streak against Gwangju by banking on Yonichi’s performance will be confirmed at Incheon Football Stadium at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

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