Reporter Lee Hyung-joo = Suwon FC’s Park Joo-ho has hung up his soccer boots after his final match. Park’s former club, Ulsan Hyundai, recorded a victory in a meaningful match.
Ulsan Hyundai won 3-1 against Suwon FC in the 17th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 at Suwon Sports Complex on Saturday.
In the 14th minute, Lee Dae-Kwang received the ball in front of the opponent’s box. After dribbling, Lee took a shot, but goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo saved it.
Suwon FC took the lead. In the 16th minute, Lee Yong-yi’s cross from the right flank met the opposing defense and went to the other side. Yoon Beom-garam headed it in from the left side of the box and scored.
Ulsan fought back. In the 25th minute, Ulsan won a free kick on the left flank. Lee Myung-jae sent the ball up and Martin Adam connected with a header, but goalkeeper Park Bae-jong pushed the ball away. The first half ended with Suwon FC leading 1-0.
In the second half, Suwon FC regained the momentum. In the 10th minute of the second half, Lars Veltvik passed to the left side of the opponent’s box. Yoon Beom-garam connected with a shot, but goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo made the save. 메이저놀이터
Ulsan had a great chance. In the 14th minute, Lee Kyu-sung floated a ball into the center of the opponent’s box. Ataru Esaka controlled it and took a shot. However, goalkeeper Park Bae-jong made the save.
Ulsan tied the game at one. In the 23rd minute, Ataru Esaka slid a pass from the left side of the opponent’s box to the center. Martin Adam took a shot and the ball went into the goal.
Ulsan turned the game around. In the 43rd minute, Ulsan won a corner kick on the right flank. There was a scramble in front of the Suwon FC goal. Lee In-gyu took a shot and the ball crossed the goal line. Ulsan added a goal from Bako just before the end. The game ended with a 3-1 Ulsan victory.