German professional soccer team Stuttgart, in which Jung Woo-young came on as a substitute for two consecutive games, lost to Hoffenheim, ending their winning streak at six games.
Stuttgart lost 2-3 to Hoffenheim in the 9th round home game of the 2023-2024 Bundesliga, which ended at the MHP Arena in Stuttgart, Germany on the 29th (Korean time).
As a result, Stuttgart’s winning streak, which had been ongoing since the 3rd round match against Freiburg (5-0), was ended at 6 games.
Stuttgart was in third place (21 points), following Bayern Munich (23 points) and Leverkusen (22 points).
Jung Woo-young was substituted in the 23rd minute of the second half when the team was trailing 1-3, and stayed on the pitch until the end of the game, but failed to score any offensive points.
Jung Woo-young, who led Korea’s gold medal win at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games by scoring eight goals, the most in the competition, appeared as a substitute in two consecutive games after returning to the team.
Jung Woo-young is recording two assists in the league alone this season.
Stuttgart was taken ahead by giving up the first goal to Grisha Frömel in the fourth minute of the first half.
In the middle of the first half, a Stuttgart defender committed a foul by striking the opponent in the penalty area while competing with an opponent, and Butt Verhorst, who took the penalty kick in the 21st minute of the first half, succeeded in scoring, widening the gap further.토스카지노 주소
For Hoffenheim, Robert Skov scored the team’s third goal in the 21st minute of the second half.
For Stuttgart, Chris Fürich scored goals in the 16th minute of the second half and Deniz Undav scored goals in the 28th minute, but that was it.