Jeonbuk Hyundai, looking to regain their pride, and Pohang Steelers, trying to keep their championship hopes alive, will face off.
Jeonbuk and Pohang will face off in the 35th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on the 28th. Currently, Jeonbuk is in 4th place with 52 points (15 wins, 7 draws, 12 losses), and Pohang is in 2nd place with 59 points (15 wins, 14 draws, 5 losses).
Jeonbuk, which is on the rise, dreams of revenge against Pohang. This season, Jeonbuk met Pohang three times and lost all of them, failing to score any points.
Even in the away game to Pohang last July, despite a fierce battle, they conceded a goal just before the end of the game and swallowed their disappointment. Jeonbuk is determined to beat Pohang at least in the last meeting of the season and present victory to the home fans.
The atmosphere couldn’t be better. Jeonbuk is on a three-game winning streak in official games after dramatically joining Final A by beating Seoul 2-0 on the 8th. In the away game in Daegu, they won with Gustavo’s penalty kick goal, and also defeated Lion City 3-0 in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League group stage match held midweek.
We also completed managing the players’ condition. Jeonbuk prepared for the Pohang match by operating a rotation against Lion City. Five players who returned from winning the gold medal at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games also joined, and captain Hong Jeong-ho also emerged from injury. Now all that remains is to win.
Pohang is also desperate for three points. Second-place Pohang drew with Incheon in the previous round, making the chances of a comeback victory even slimmer. Although the gap narrowed with leader Ulsan (67 points) losing away to Gwangju, there is still a gap of 8 points.
If Pohang loses or draws against Jeonbuk, Ulsan can secure an early win this weekend. Currently, Ulsan is only 5 points away from winning its own championship.짱구카지노 도메인
If Pohang fails to win here and Ulsan defeats Daegu on Sunday, the team will complete an early win for the second year in a row. Pohang must beat Jeonbuk once again in order to stop its ‘east coast rival’ Ulsan from dominating and continue its pursuit until the end.
This is not an easy challenge for Pohang. Aside from the cheering of Jeonbuk’s home fans who will fill Jeonju Castle, it is inevitable that they will feel physically burdened as they went away to Urawa during the week. In addition, Wandelsson, Oberdan, and Baek Sung-dong are suffering from injuries, and Jeong Jae-hee is also not in good condition. This is Pohang, where coach Kim Ki-dong’s ‘Gidong magic’ must be demonstrated once again.