JEONBUK HYUNDAI MOTORS FOOTBALL CLUB

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2021-12-07

Jeonbuk won championship 9 times in a row for the first time in the K League.[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai succeeded in winning the K League1 title 9 times and winning 5 in a row.Jeonbuk Hyundai won the final match 2-0 against Jeju United in the 38th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2021 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 5th.With this victory, Jeonbuk rose to the top of the K-League 1 with 76 points from 22 wins, 10 draws, and 6 losses. Jeonbuk achieved a total of 9 championships (2009, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021) in 13 years, starting in 2009. In particular, for the first time in K-League history, they also recorded five consecutive championships, proving themselves to be the best team.Jeonbuk played the game with a 4-3-2-1 tactic. Gustavo appeared as the one-top striker, and Lee Seong-yoon and Han Kyo-won took second place. Kunimoto, Baek Seung-ho, and Lee Seung-gi were placed in the midfield, and the four-back defense consisted of Choi Cheol-soon, Hong Jeong-ho, Koo Ja-ryong, and Lee Yong. Goalkeeper Song Bum-geun and Jeju faced Jeonbuk with a 3-4-3 tactic. Gerso, Joo Min-gyu, and Kim Myeong-soon were placed in the forward three-top attacking team, and Jung Woo-jae, Kim Bong-su, Kim Young-wook, and Ahn Hyeon-beom were placed in the midfield. The three-back defense consists of Jung Woon, Kim Kyung-jae, and Kim Oh-gyu, and the goalkeeper is Lee Chang-geun.At the start of the game, Jeonbuk swayed the net next to the Jeju goal with Lee Seong-yun's sharp shot from the left side of the gate. Both Jeonbuk and Jeju played aggressive football foreshadowing. Jeonbuk replaced Lee Seong-yoon in the 12th minute and added Song Min-gyu. In the 25th minute of the first half, Han Kyo-won took over the pass from Gustavo through the opponent's defense, but he couldn’t finish it with a goal.In the 26th minute of the first half, Jeju took out Kim Myung-soon and replaced Park Won-jae. Jeonbuk took the upper hand in the midfield and put strong pressure on Jeju.At the start of the second half, Han Kyo-won made a decisive opportunity through a quick breakthrough. Although it did not lead to a goal, Jeonbuk continued to attack.Jeonbuk took the lead in the 9th minute of the second half. Cheol-soon Choi made a powerful header pass when Baek Seung-ho's corner kick flowed backward, and Jeju goalkeeper Chang-geun Lee couldn't handle it properly. Jeonbuk took a 1-0 lead with Han Kyo-won’s goal.Jeju counterattacked. Zawada tried a sensational turning shot from the front door, but it went just over the post.Jeonbuk scored an additional goal in the 28th minute of the second half. Kunimoto, who received Cheol-soon Choi's pass, made a left-footed pass that penetrated the opponent's defense. Song Min-gyu, who took over the pass connected to the backspace of the defense, scored with a calm right-footed shot in a one-on-one situation with the Jeju goalkeeper and ran away 2-0. Jeonbuk added Kim Bo-kyung and Barlow in the 33rd minute of the second half to score additional goals. In the end, Jeonbuk played a more aggressive game with Moon Sun-Min and Iljuchenko, and climbed to the top with a victory.

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2021-11-29

'Hong Jung-ho and Moon Seon-min consecutive goals' Jeonbuk beat Daegu 2-0. 2 points ahead Ulsan[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai won 2-0 in the match against Daegu FC in the 37th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2021 at Daegu DGB Daegu Bank Park on the 28th. With this win, Jeonbuk maintained first place with 73 points with 21 wins, 10 draws, and 6 losses. Jeonbuk played the game with a 4-3-2-1 tactic. Gustavo on the top, Lee Seong-yoon, and Han Kyo-won were placed in the second line. Kunimoto, Ryu Jae-moon, and Baek Seung-ho were placed in the third line, and the four-back defense consisted of Kim Jin-soo, Hong Jeong-ho, Koo Ja-ryong, and Lee Yong. Goalkeeper Song Bum-geun. Jeonbuk replaced Lee Seong-yoon with Song Min-gyu in the 8th minute of the first half to change the atmosphere by substituting the U-22 player. At the beginning of the game, Daegu tried to shoot through a quick attack. Jeonbuk its exploration and moved to score the goals. In the 15th minute of the first half, Kunimoto tried a sharp left-footed shot, but it went just past the goal. Jeonbuk also threatened Daegu with Gustavo’s header shot. In the 36th minute of the first half, Daegu cut off the opponent's attack, Cesinha who received a pass from Lee Geun-ho, attempted a sharp shot during the counterattack, but missed the goal. In the continued situation, Kim Jin-hyuk's shot just missed a goal again. In the 44th minute of the first half, Han Kyo-won attempted a shot but was blocked by Daegu’s goalkeeper Choi Young-eun. Jeonbuk took the lead at the start of the second half. Hong Jung-ho, who participated in the attack during a fierce battle with Kunimoto's corner kick at the gate, shook the Daegu goal net with a sensuous shot. After the referee's VAR analysis, the goal was recognized as a goal, and Jeonbuk took a 1-0 lead in the second half. Daegu took out Lee Geun-ho in the 10th minute of the second half and added Edgar to reinforce the height. Daegu also showed a fierce counterattack. In the second half, Jeonbuk strengthened the attack by putting Moon Seon-min in instead of Han Kyo-won. Daegu also added Seo Kyung-ju. In the 38th minute of the second half Daegu’s shot was blocked by keeper they couldn’t score a equalize goal In the 41st minute of the second half, Seon-Min Moon scored an additional goal for Jeonbuk, after blocking Daegu's offensive well. Jeonbuk, who quickly attacked after cutting off the opponent's counterattack, Moon Seon-min who scored with a sensuous chip shot after receiving Song Min-Kyu’s pass, Jeonbuk won the game 2-0

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2021-11-22

Moon seon-min , Gustavo scored, but Jeonbuk lost to Suwon FC 2-3[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai lost 2-3 away to Suwon FC in the 36th round of Hanawon Q K League 1 2021 at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 21st. Jeonbuk maintained the top spot with 70 points from 20 wins, 10 draws, and 6 losses. Jeonbuk faced Suwon FC with a 4-3-3 tactic with Barrow-Ilyuchenko-Song Min-kyu at the front. Kunimoto, Baek Seung-ho, and Lee Seung-gi were placed in the midfield in the form of an inverted triangle, and the four-back defense consisted of Kim Jin-soo, Hong Jeong-ho, Koo Ja-ryong, and Lee Yu-hyeon. Goalkeeper Song Bum-geun. In the beginning of the match, Jeonbuk and Suwon FC continued the match at a fast tempo. Both teams were determined to score the first goal with pressure. Suwon FC took a penalty kick in the 17th minute of the first half. When Lars took over Murillo's pass, Jinsoo Kim committed a foul and the referee awarded a penalty kick. Lee Young-jae’s calm left-footed shot, Suwon FC took a 1-0 lead in the 19th minute. Suwon FC immediately substitutes Yang Dong Hyeon to strengthen the attack after scoring the first goal. Suwon FC scored an additional goal in the 29th minute of the second half. After Lars defeated Jeonbuk defender Koo Ja-ryong, he scored with a calm shot in a one-on-one situation with goalkeeper Song Bum-geun and took a 2-0 lead. Jeonbuk immediately substitute Moon Seon Min and Kim Bo-Kyung at the start of the second half to reverse the situation. In the 6th minute of the second half, Iljuchenko connected Moon Seon Min’s pass to a stinging shot at goal, but it was blocked by the opposing goalkeeper's save. In the 13th minute of the second half, Suwon FC put Kwak Yun-ho in to stabilize. Moon Seon Min connected Kunimoto’s cross from left to a shot, but it just went over the post. In the 19th minute of the second half Jeonbuk substitute lljuchenko with Gustavo. Kim Bo-Kyung tried direct shoot from free-kick and Koo Ja-Ryong sent a ball that couldn’t save by the opposing goalkeeper with the header, but the ball hit the post and bounced back. Jeonbuk finally scored a goal in the 31st minute of the second half. Moon Seon Min calmly scored making 1-2, when Suwon FC’s defense couldn’t clear the Paik Seung-Ho’s long pass from the backline. Jeonbuk also received a penalty kick for a foul by Suwon FC defender Jo Yu-min. Jeonbuk made it 2-2 in the 36th minute of the second half with Gustavo’s penalty shot. In the 39th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk again scored the goal. However, the referee ruled that the VAR was invalid. Suwon FC scored the winning goal and Jeonbuk conceded the victory.

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2021-11-09

Iljuchenko's winning goal' Jeonbuk finally beat Ulsan 3-2 to take first place[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai finally won their first win of the season over Ulsan Hyundai, taking one step closer to the challenge of winning the K-League 1 5 in a row. Jeonbuk Hyundai won the thrilling 3-2 victory against Ulsan Hyundai in the 35th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2021 Final A held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 5th. With this victory, Jeonbuk took first place with 70 points from 20 wins, 10 draws, and 5 losses. Jeonbuk Hyundai played the game 4-1-4-1 with Gustavo one-top. Song Min-kyu, Kunimoto, Baek Seung-ho, and Han Kyo-won were placed in the second line, and Ryu Jae-moon played as a defensive midfielder. The four-back defense consisted of Kim Jin-Soo, Hong Jeong-Ho, Koo Ja-Ryong, and Lee Yong Goalkeeper was Song Beom-Geun. Ulsan Hyundai played the game 4-3-3 with the three-tops of Baco-Oh Se-Hoon-Yun Il-Lok. Park Yong-woo, Lee Dong-kyung, and Won Doo-jae were placed in the midfield in the form of an equilateral triangle, and Seol Young-woo, Im Jong-eun, Kim Ki-hee, and Kim Tae-hwan were placed in the defensive line. Goalkeeper Jo Hyun-woo. Jeonbuk and Ulsan, who are playing their final match for the top of the K-League this season, played carefully. Rather than aggressively attacking, both teams played carefully to dig into the opponent's weaknesses. In the 18th minute of the first half, Ulsan Oh Se-hun scored a long ball from the back but was judged offside. In Jeonbuk Province, Gustavo tried to shoot a header and ignited the attack. Jeonbuk scored the first goal. In the 23rd minute of the first half, Ulsan goalkeeper Cho Hyeon-woo did not properly receive a free-kick from an opponent's foul when Kunimoto sent it to the door. Song Min-kyu, who was rushing from the other side, calmly scored, and Jeonbuk took a 1-0 lead. Jeonbuk, who scored the first goal took the lead in the game. At the perfect break-through opportunity, Park Yong-woo, could not follow up and pulled the uniform from behind of Han Kyo-won. The referee took out a yellow card. Ulsan also scored a goal. Lim Jong-eun scored a header from a corner kick in the 37th minute, making it 1-1. The referee read the VAR, but the original trial was maintained. In the 8th minute of the second half, Barrow and Sun-Min Moon were substituted with Han Kyo-won and Song Min-kyu. Ulsan responded with Lee Dong-jun in the 15th minute of the second half. Jeonbuk took the lead again. In the 19th minute of the second half, Kim Ki-hee couldn't clearly clear Kunimoto’s cross from the left. Baek Seung-ho rushed in, but the ball hit Kim Tae-hwan and bounced back. Ryu Jae-moon scored with a surprise shot, making it 2-1. Ulsan replaced Lee Cheong-yong in the 21st minute of the second half. Ulsan also tried to score with a mid-range shot by sending Yoon Bitgaram in the 32nd minute of the second half. Ulsan returned to the starting point. Following a corner kick in the 33rd minute of the second half, Lee Chung-yong scored with a calm shot from the ball that flowed backward in the middle of a battle between the gates, rebalancing the score to 2-2. The referee conducted a VAR reading again, but the original trial was maintained. Ulsan was busy moving to score an additional goal. Jeonbuk replaced Iljuchenko with Gustavo in the 44th minute of the second half. Jeonbuk immediately attempted two shots by Barrow, but was blocked by Ulsan goalkeeper Cho Hyeon-woo. However, Jeonbuk scored a thrilling 3-2 victory with Kunimoto's cross in the second half as Iljuchenko headed it into the goal

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2021-11-01

Iljuchenko’s multi-goal Jeonbuk, defeted Suwon 4-0 ranked in 1st place[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai defeated Suwon Samsung in the first match of the final round. Jeonbuk Hyundai won 4-0 with Iljuchenko's multi-goal in the away match against Suwon Samsung in the 34th round of Hanawon Q K League 1 2021 held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 30th. With this victory, Jeonbuk achieved victory in the first match of group A in the final round. Jeonbuk also recorded 67 points from 19 wins, 10 draws 5 losses, and sprinted to the top spot. Jeonbuk Hyundai played the game with a 4-3-3 tactic with Gustavo, Song Min-gyu, and Han Kyo-won three-top. Kunimoto, Ryu Jae-Moon, Baek Seung-Ho was placed in the midfield. Kim Jin-Soo, Kim Min-Hyeok, Hong Jeong-Ho, and Lee Yong were placed in the four-back defense. Goalkeeper Song Bum-geun. From the start of the game, Jeonbuk played an aggressive tactic. With Gustavo as the center, he made an active advance and pressured Suwon. Jeonbuk took the lead in the early time. In the 10th minute of the first half, kunimoto scored with his left foot on the left side of the arc when the ball bounced back after Kim Jin-soo’s long throw. Suwon did not launch an unreasonable attack. However, in the middle of the first half, they tried to counterattack. But, it was difficult to launch an attack due to the Jeonbuk defense. At the end of the first half, Han Kyo-won made the powerful right-footed shot with a pass from Kunimoto but was blocked by the opposing goalkeeper's save. At the start of the second half, Suwon attacked at a fast tempo to score an equalized goal. They tried to score equalize goal, but it didn’t happen. In the 14th minute of the second half, Suwon Jung Sang-bin's sharp shot hit the post and bounced back. Not only this, Kim Min-woo's cross-connected to the Kim Geon-hee header shot, but it missed the goal. Jeonbuk, who blocked Suwon's offensive well, scored an additional goal in the 22nd minute of the second half by Kim Bo-kyung who substitute in. Jeonbuk took a 2-0 lead with a left-footed shot from Kim Bo-kyung, who dug into the space behind the Suwon defense and received a pass from Song Min-gyu. For Jeonbuk, Song Min-gyu and Kim Bo-kyung created penalty kicks. As in the second goal situation, Kim Bo-kyung who received a pass from Song Min-gyu stumbled over Suwon’s defender Min Sang-gi. After reading the VAR, the referee awarded a penalty kick. In the 27th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk ran away 3-0 with Iljuchenko’s penalty goal. Jeonbuk scored the team's fourth goal in the 37th minute by Iljuchenko. Jeonbuk took a 4-0 lead. The ball connected by Kunimoto overcame the Suwon defense line and scored with a calm left-footed shot, Jeonbuk also checked the condition of the team by putting in Koo Ja-ryong, Lee Seung-gi, and goalkeeper Kim Jun-hong. In the end, Jeonbuk won the match

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2021-10-26

Gustavo’s Multi-goal, Jeonbuk 2-2 draw with Jeju ranked in 1st palce[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai took the lead in K-League 1. Jeonbuk Hyundai played a match against Jeju United in the 33rd round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2021 held at the Jeju World Cup Stadium on the 24th and drew 2-2. Jeonbuk, where Gustavo scored multiple goals, was tied with Ulsan with 54 points from 18 wins, 10 draws, 5 losses. However, Jeonbuk took the lead in goals and took first place. Jeonbuk faced Jeju with a 4-1-4-1 tactic with Iljuchenko on the top. Moon Seon-min, Kunimoto, Baek Seung-Ho, Lee, and Ji-Hoon were placed in the second line, and Ryu Jae-Moon played as a defensive midfielder. The four-back defense consisted of Kim Jin-Soo, Kim Min-Hyeok, Koo Ja-Ryong, and Lee Yong, and the goalkeeper was Song Beom-Geun. Both Jeju and Jeonbuk, who needed victory, launched aggressive attacks from the beginning of the game. Jeonbuk replaced Han Kyo-won with Lee Ji-Hoon in the 17th minute of the first half. In the 28th minute of the first half, Jeju substituted Jo Seong-Joon instead of Byun Kyung-June. In the 38th minute of the first half, Jeju Lee Chang-min's shot hit the post and bounced back. In the second half, the game was not much different. Jeonbuk replaced Iljuchenko and Moon Seon-Min with Gustavo and Song Min-Kyu in the 13th minute of the second half Jeju scored the first goal. In the 17th minute of the second half, Jeju took a 1-0 lead with Joo Min-Kyu’s goal. Jeonbuk's counterattack, Baek Seung-ho attempted a surprise shot from a free-kick opportunity, but it hit the post and bounced off. Jeju substitute Hong Jun-ho and Kim Young-Wook in the 24th minute of the second half. At the same time, Jeonbuk also sent Kim Bo-Kyung in. Jeonbuk scored a goal in the 37th minute of the second half. Gustavo scored with a header shot from a cross-posted by Han Kyo-won, making it 1-1. Jeonbuk also overturned the game in extra time in the second half. Gustavo, who received a pass from Kim Bo-Kyung, calmly scored and took a 2-1 lead. However, before the end of the game, Jeju scored with a penalty shot making it 2-2, and the game ended in a draw.

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2021-10-19

Jeonbuk, and Ulsan's ACL quarterfinal 'extended battle' disappointing 2-3 loss[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai lost 2-3 after extra-time in the quarterfinals of the 2021 AFC Champions League held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 17th. Jeonbuk played the game with a 4-3-3 tactic. Kunimoto, Gustavo, and Han Kyowon started the three-top. In the midfield of Kim Bo-Kyung, Baek Seung-ho, and Lee Seung-gi. Kim Jin-soo, Kim Min-hyuk, Hong Jeong-ho and Choi Cheol-soon defended. The goalkeeper was Song Bum-geun. The first shot was shot by Jeonbuk. In the 3rd minute of the first half, Baek Seung-ho's free-kick was headered by Kyo-won Han, but it misses the post. Ulsan also counterattacked. In the 7th minute of the first half, Yoon Bitgaram's right footed shot hit the defender Ulsan Vaco scored in the 13th minute of the first half. Jeonbuk launched a fierce counterattack. In the 39th minute of the first half, Han Kyowon, who received a through pass from Kim Bo-kyung in the counterattack situation, scored the equalizer with a right-footed shot without delay. However, just before the end of the first half, Ulsan made 2-1 with an additional goal by Yoon Ilok. Jeonbuk counterattacked at the start of the second half. In the 3rd minute of the second half, Kunimoto scored to make equalized 2-2 again. Jeonbuk, which was on an upward trend, unfortunately, missed Kim Bo-Kyung's shot in the 10th minute of the second half. The two teams took turns aiming for the winning goal by replacing Song Min-gyu and Lee Dong-kyung as substitutes. In the 28th minute of the second half, Baek Seung-ho's free-kick was blocked by a save, and Kim Bo-kyung aimed for a long-range shot. In the 35th minute of the second half, Song Bum-geun saved Yoon Bit-garam's sharp mid-range shot. The 90-minute bloody battle eventually ended 2-2. The match went into extra time. Jeonbuk replaced Lee Ju-Yong and Ryu Jae-moon instead of Lee Seung-gi and Han Gyo-won in extra time. Ulsan also replaced Lee Cheong-Yong instead of Yoon Il-rok. Jeonbuk took out Kim Bo-Kyung replaced with Iljuchenko in the 6th minute of extra time to play the final game. Gustavo tried a sharp header shot, but it bounced off the post. In the 11th minute of extra time, Ulsan scored 3-2 with Lee Dong-kyung’s surprise shot. Jeonbuk substituted Lee Yong and Lee Yoo-Hyeon to chase Ulsan until the end of the game. Gustavo attempted a decisive shot in the extra time but missed the post.

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2021-10-05

‘Another 10 players’ Jeonbuk defeated Gangwon 1-0 and run for 4 consecutive wins[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai's players have been sent off for two consecutive games but have won four games in a row. Jeonbuk Hyundai won the 1-0 away match against Gangwon FC in the 33rd round of Hana One Q K League 1 2021 held at Gangneung Sports Complex on the 2nd. With this victory, Jeonbuk took the top spot with 63 points from 18 wins, 9 draws, and 5 losses. The rankings will change depending on the result of the Suwon FC-Ulsan match. Gangwon failed to add points and failed to rebound in the rankings. Gangwon played the game with a 4-4-2 tactic. Jung Min-woo and Ko Mu-yeol formed the two-top attacking team at the forefront, and Kim Dae-won, Hankook Young, Hwang Moon-ki, and Lim Chang-woo were placed in the second line. The back defense consisted of Song Jun-seok, Ashulmatov, Lim Chae-min, and Kim Young-bin, and goalkeeper Lee Beom-soo. Jeonbuk faced Gangwon with a 4-1-4-1 tactic. Gustavo was the one-top striker, and Song Min-gyu, Kim Seung-dae, Kim Bo-kyung, and Moon Seon-min took second place. The four-back defense consisted of Kim Jin-Soo, Kim Min-Hyeok, Hong Jeong-Ho, and Lee Yong, and the goalkeeper was Song Beom-Geun. At the start of the game, Jeonbuk took the lead. Song Min-kyu connected a cross from Lee Yong to a shot, but it was blocked by Gangwon’s goalkeeper Lee Beom-soo. However, Kim Bo-Kyung scored the bouncing ball with a right-footed shot, and Jeonbuk took a 1-0 lead in the first minute. Gangwon placed Cho Jae-wan and Tsvetanov in the 12th minute of the first half. Gwangwon substitutes main players to reverse the atmosphere. Gangwon attempted a surprise right-footed mid-range shot after Kim Dae-won took the opponent's ball in the 17th minute of the first half, but headed straight for the goalkeeper. In the 27th minute of the first half, Ko Mu-Yeol directly connected the long ball from back to the shot, but it slightly missed the post. In the second half of the first half, Kim Seung-Dae and Gustavo tried to shoot in a row. They broke through the Gangwon defense and made a powerful shot, but it slightly missed the post. At the start of the second half, Gangwon strengthened the midfield by replacing Seo Min-woo instead of Ashurmatov. Gangwon's attack intensified in the second half. Jeonbuk replaced Kim Seung-Dae with Choi Young-jun in the 7th minute of the second half. In the 10th minute of the second half, central defender Hong Jeong-ho was sent off due to accumulated warnings. In the 14th minute of the second half, Jeonbuk strengthened the defense by replacing Kim Bo-Kyung with Koo Ja-Ryong. In the 20th minute of the second half, Gangwon's Hwang Moon-ki's shot hit the post and came out. Gangwon's offensive continued. Jeonbuk continued the game without conceding a goal. In the 31st minute of the second half, Gangwon sent Hwang Moon-ki out and replaced Lee Jeong-Hyeop. Jeonbuk overcame the situation of conceding a goal against Gangwon in 34th minutes of the second half with Song Beom Kuen’s save. Jeonbuk put Lee Seung-gi instead of Choi Young-Joon due to injury. Gangwon scored an equalizer in extra time of the second half, but it was nullified by an offside decision. Jeonbuk won a valuable victory by blocking Gangwon’s offensive well.

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2021-09-28

Gustavo, Baek Seung-Ho’s Goals lead to 3 successive wins[3]

Jeonbuk Hyundai, which fought with 10 players against Incheon, succeeded in winning 3 in a row. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors won the match 2-0 against Incheon United in the 31st round of Hana OneQ K League 1 2021 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 25th. With this victory, Jeonbuk succeeded in winning three in a row and continued their fierce lead competition with 60 points from 17 wins, 9 draws, 5 losses. On the other hand, Incheon failed to add points. Jeonbuk played the game with a 4-1-4-1 tactic. Iljuchenko on the top, Song Min-kyu, Kim Seung-dae, Kim Bo-kyung, and Moon Seon-min were placed in the second line. Baek Seung-ho was placed in the midfield as a defensive midfielder, and the four-back defense consisted of Kim Jin-soo, Kim Min-hyeok, Hong Jeong-ho, and Choi Cheol-soon. Goalkeeper Song Bum-geun. Incheon faced Jeonbuk with a 3-5-2 tactic. Mugosa and Aguilar were placed in the front, and Park Chang-hwan, Kim Jun-beom, and Koo Bon-cheol were placed in the midfield in an inverted triangle. Kang Yun-gu and Oh Jae-seok were on the flanks, and the three-back defense consisted of Delbridge, Kang Min-soo, and Oh Ban-seok. Goalkeeper Lee Tae-hee While Incheon played a tough game with a defensive tactic, Jeonbuk actively attacked. Jeonbuk worked diligently to break through the Incheon’s defense line. Jeonbuk also blocked Incheon's advance through strong forward pressure. In the 26th minute of the first half, Jeonbuk bothered the Incheon defense line with a surprise mid-range shot by Kim Bo-kyung. In addition, Iljuchenko launched an active attack with a header following Kim jin-soo’s cross. Incheon tried to reverse the mood by putting in Kim Do-hyeok and Song Si-woo in the 28th minute of the first half. Jeonbuk, who was constantly attacking, scored the first goal. Baek Seung-ho scored with a powerful right-footed shot from the front of the arc from a free-kick opportunity obtained from a foul. Jeonbuk took a 1-0 lead in the 38th minute of the first half. Jeonbuk obtained a corner kick with Kim Bo-Kyung’s shot in the 42nd minute of the first half. In the next corner kick, Kim Min-hyeok and Moon Seon-min attempted to shoot in succession, but the Incheon defense managed to clear it. Jeonbuk led Jeonbuk's counterattack after Kim Bo-kyung took the opponent's ball at the start of the second half. Jeonbuk blocked Incheon's attack in the 14th minute of the second half, and in the counterattack that followed, Ilyjchenko headered the cross-posted by Choi Cheol-soon, but it was blocked by the Incheon goalkeeper. Iljuchenko, who already had a yellow card, was sent off due to accumulated warnings because his foot was high when he was trying to take a shoot Jeonbuk replaced Kim Seung-dae and Kim Bo-kyung with Gustavo and Lee Yoo-hyun in the 19th minute of the second half. Incheon sent Negeva and Kim Hyun in the 20th minute of the second half to strengthen their attack. In Incheon, Aguilar attempted a surprise mid-range shot, but it was blocked by keeper Song Bum-geun. The mood of the game changed suddenly. Incheon tries to score a equalize goal. But Jeonbuk scored another goal. Song Min-kyu, who took over the ball that Cheol-soon Choi cleared from behind, connected to Gustavo in midfield. Gustavo dominated the opposing defense and scored with a surprise right-footed shot, and Jeonbuk lead 2-0 in the 31st minute of the second half. In the end, Jeonbuk managed to block Incheon's attack well and was able to achieve victory with a clean sheet.

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2021-09-24

Winning Goal from Song Min-Kyu Jeonbuk defeated Gwangju 2-1[3]

Song Min-kyu’s winning goal from Jeonbuk Hyundai led the K-League 1 lead competition even more fiercely. Jeonbuk defeated Gwangju FC 2-1 in the 'Hana One Q K League 1 2021 31st Round' at 4:30 pm on the 21st, with Song Min-kyu's winning goal in the second half of the 45th minute. Jeonbuk (16 wins, 9 draws, 5 losses, 57 points) climbed to the top of the league ahead of Ulsan (55 points), which played one game less. Jeonbuk used the 4-2-3-1 formation. Iljuchenko is on the top. Song Min-kyu, Lee Ji-hoon, and Han Kyo-won in the second line. Baek Seung-ho and Kim Bo-kyung were in charge of offense and defense. Kim Jin-soo, Kim Min-hyuk, Koo Ja-ryong, and Lee Yong formed back four lines. The goalkeeper was Song Bum-geun. Both teams had good speed, so the conversion was very fast. One long pass leads to a dangerous scene where both teams can concede a goal right away. Jeonbuk's long ball kick in the 15th minute of the first half almost became their own goal toward the net. Goalkeeper Song Bum-geun cleared it with his head. Um Won-sang intercepted the ball and fell inside Jeonbuk's penalty box after a physical fight with Lee Yong. The referee declared a penalty kick after a video review. As the kicker, Hayes' right-footed shot hit the left crossbar and bounced back. Gwangju missed out on a great first goal opportunity. In the 22nd minute of the first half, Kim Joo-Gong's left-foot shot also missed the goal. At the start of the second half, Jeonbuk took Han Kyo-won out and replaced Gustavo instead to operate a top-two line with Iljuchenko. The effect came out right away. In the 6th minute of the second half, Gustavo's shot hit the post. In the subsequent attack, after Gustavo dropped a cross-posted by Lee Yong, Iljuchenko volleyed it with his left foot and scored the goal. Jeonbuk took the lead 1-0. The referee used a video review to determine whether Gustavo committed a handball foul while Jeonbuk scored a goal. The ball hit Gustavo's arm and the goal was eventually voided due to a handball foul. Jeonbuk immediately scored a goal. In the 15th minute of the second half, Baek Seung-ho dribbled the ball from a corner kick and took a powerful right-footed shot. Jeonbuk took a lead 1-0. Players from both teams collided shortly after the goal were scored. In the 17th minute of the second half, Kim Bo-kyung scored with the head, but the goal was also nullified as a foul was declared by Gustavo. Players from both teams clashed with rough play. Lee Hee-kyun, who made a rough tackle on Sun-Min Moon, received a warning. Gwangju counterattacked. In the 34th minute of the second half, Eum Won-sang counterattacked and the cross was hit by Koo Ja-ryong, and it was an own goal. Jeonbuk pressured Gwangju to score the winning goal for the rest of the time. The solution was Song Min-kyu. In the 45th minute of the second half, Song Min-kyu scored the winning goal. Song Min-kyu's first goal after moving to Jeonbuk took Jeonbuk to the top of the league.

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