Ulsan HD, the “defending champion,” became the first among the 12 K League 1 teams to win four consecutive games this season, kicking off a full-fledged start to win three consecutive championships, the first in the club’s history. Young players born in 2002, considered the future of the club, have performed well, making it more encouraging.

Ulsan came from behind to win 2-1 in the 10th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 against Daegu FC at DGB Daegu Bank Park in Daegu on the 1st.

As a result, Ulsan, which recorded four consecutive wins for the first time among the 12 teams this season, had six wins, two draws and one loss (20 points), chasing the leading Pohang Steelers (21 points), who played one more game.

This away match in Daegu was the first match Ulsan played without Lee Dong-kyung this season. Lee Dong-kyung was a big player in Ulsan’s offense, ranking first in both league scoring and helping with seven goals and five assists this season. There were concerns that Lee’s absence would lead to Ulsan’s weakening of its power.

After Park Yong-woo (Al-Ain) moved to Ulsan last summer, Ulsan had a hard time filling his vacancy properly. Fortunately, Ulsan won the title with points earned in the early stages, but its performance and result in the second half were regrettable.

However, Ulsan won the match against Daegu by successfully filling Lee Dong-kyung’s vacancy. In particular, I am glad to see the performance of the 2002 students who were active at that time.

Kang, who started the match, scored the equalizer by displaying concentration in front of the goal when his team was losing 0-1. Choi Kang-min, who entered as a substitute in the second half, scored the come-from-behind winning goal, leading his team to victory. In addition, Jang Si-young’s performance is also important.

Kang Yoon-gu can play both left and right sides as well as an offensive midfielder. Choi Kang-min is a multi-resource that can play both left and right defense and attack, although the central midfielder is the main position. Jang Si-young is also a card that can play both attack and defense on both sides.

They are taking the opportunity as starters and substitutes for this season, adding mobility that was pointed out as Ulsan’s weakness, and thus contributing to their performance. In addition, they scored a goal to boost their confidence. 토토사이트

Coach Hong Myung-bo is also happy with their performances. “Young players are growing. They are still different from other players, but they give us a boost. They will be a great boost to our team,” Hong said after the match against Daegu.

Having won the championship for two consecutive years, Ulsan has filled the void of its ace pitchers with young players and started its drive for its third consecutive championship. Ulsan, which has boosted its momentum, will seek its fifth consecutive win at an away match against FC Seoul on Wednesday.

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