‘Choi Ki-Yoon multi-goal’ K-League 1 Gimcheon defeats Daejeon to ‘regain the lead’

Professional soccer’s K League K1 Gimcheon has reclaimed the top spot with a second straight win over Daejeon.

Gimcheon defeated Daejeon 2-0 at home in the 19th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at the Gimcheon Sports Complex, led by a two-goal performance from Choi Ki-yoon.

The back-to-back wins, which followed a 3-2 victory over Gangwon FC in the previous round, moved Gimcheon to 36 points and into the lead over Ulsan, 온라인카지노 which has yet to play 19 rounds.

Daejeon, who had defeated Gwangju FC on April 22 to earn their first win under new coach Hwang Sun-hong, suffered their first defeat under Hwang and remain in 11th place.

In the first half, the two teams exchanged the initiative, creating three shots apiece, but perfect scoring chances were elusive.

In the second half, Gimcheon made a number of substitutions, including Park Dae-won, Choi Ki-yoon, and Choo Sang-hoon, and Gimcheon coach Jung Jung-yong’s choice paid off.

In the 31st minute of the second half, Choi Ki-yoon received a pinpoint pass from the left side of the penalty area from Kim Dong-hyun in the midfield and rattled the net with a left-footed shot to give Gimcheon the lead.

Choi then added a second goal in second-half stoppage time, converting a pass from Kim Dae-won to seal the victory.

At the Suwon Sports Complex, Suwon FC snapped a two-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over Gwangju.

They remained in fifth place.

Gwangju, who suffered their second straight defeat after losing their Round 18 match, remained in sixth place.

In the 30th minute of the second half, Suwon FC’s Jung Seung-won scored the game-winner.

Andersson’s cross from the left flank was connected by Kim Joo-Yeop-Kang Sang-Yoon inside the penalty area, and Jung Seung-Won’s sharp right-footed shot from inside the penalty arc deflected off a Gwangju player and into the back of the net.

Gwangju then pushed forward, but Suwon FC goalkeeper Ahn Jun-soo was able to make the saves to preserve the three points.

Midfielder Son Jun-ho, who made his first appearance for Suwon FC against FC Seoul on Feb. 22 after being released from detention in China for nearly a year, made his home debut in the 10th minute of the second half in place of Ji Dong-won.

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