Ulsan’s Hong Myung-bo can’t smile… The championship can only be seen after the big game

One of the biggest upsets of the season came in April when the ‘promoted’ Daejeon Hana Citizens knocked off leaders Ulsan Hyundai after opening the season on a six-game winning streak.

Daejeon’s second meeting with Ulsan also ended in a draw in a wild, six-goal affair. Daejeon, which is undefeated against Ulsan, will meet again this weekend.카지노

Daejeon and Ulsan will meet at 7 p.m. on April 16 at Munsusu Stadium, Ulsan’s home stadium, in the 30th round of the professional soccer K League 1.

When the teams first met on April 16 in Daejeon, Daejeon defeated Ulsan 2-1. Despite a second-half surge by Ulsan, Daejeon held on to its two first-half goals to take all three points.

The ball possession was evenly split between Daejeon and Ulsan, 49% to 51%. With the win, Daejeon moved up to second place. Ulsan had their seven-game winning streak snapped by Daejeon.

In the second match on May 28 at home to Ulsan, an own goal by Daejeon in the 20th minute gave Ulsan the lead, but Leandro’s equalizer four minutes later was quickly followed by Massa’s multi-goal outburst to give Daejeon a 3-1 lead.

Ulsan forward Lee In-gyu scored back-to-back goals in the 32nd and 43rd minutes of the second half to bring the game back to even.

Despite Ulsan’s 73% possession, Daejeon played an efficient game.

With a strong showing against Ulsan, Daejeon will need to win this third meeting to secure a spot in the top split, Final A (1-6).

Daejeon were 2-4 at the start of the season, but have faltered since June and are now down to 8th place (37 points).

With one draw and two losses in their last three games, the gap between them and ninth-place Jeju United (35 points) has narrowed to two points.

Ulsan is looking to bounce back from a 0-2 defeat at the hands of K League One sensation Gwangju FC in Round 29, but it’s not going to be easy.

Seol Young-woo and Jung Seung-hyun, who were called up to the A squad in September, started both games against Wales and Saudi Arabia and played the full 90 minutes without making a substitution. Kim Young-kwon, Cho Hyun-woo, and Lee Dong-kyung, who were also called up, will have the added burden of playing a weekend match with fatigue after traveling to Europe.

Both teams will be fighting for three points, as Ulsan (61 points) could allow the second-place Pohang Steelers (53 points) to pull off a last-minute upset if they lose this match.

Another point of interest will be the race for the top scorer between Ulsan’s In-Jin Gyu and Daejeon’s Thiago. Both players are tied for the top scorer in K League 1 with 13 goals. It will come down to who is in the best shape to find the back of the net.

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