Director Kim Sang-sik sang ‘All-in in the first half’ and ‘Losing the opening game’ in 12 years

Jeonbuk players handed over the championship cup to Ulsan last year and held a ‘Guard of Honor’ applause for the Ulsan players before the opening match. I tried to win in real life, but I couldn’t achieve it.

On this day, coach Kim Sang-sik brought out a strategy to go strong from the first half. He tried to press hard from the first half and ran one more step than the Ulsan players.

The effect appeared immediately. In the first minute of the first half, through a 2-1 pass, he broke down the Ulsan defense and entered the penalty box, heating up the atmosphere of the game.

The opening goal also belonged to Jeonbuk. In the 10th minute of the first half, Song Min-gyu, who received a pass from Amano Jun, shook the net with a left-footed shot from inside the penalty box. In the 43rd minute of the first half, Um Won-sang equalized, but he took the initiative by creating several attack scenes. 메이저사이트

However, the second half was a little different. Maybe because I used too much power in the first half, my movements slowed down. Unlike the first half, when we advanced by creating space with fast-paced passes, we relied on long passes.

He lost his concentration due to poor stamina and gave up a come-from-behind goal.

In the 19th minute of the second half, Hong Jung-ho gave away a rather risky pass to young goalkeeper Kim Jeong-hoon. Coincidentally, Kim Jeong-hoon also failed to properly keep the ball, so the ball fell farther away. Swedish striker Rubiksson, who came on as a substitute, stole the ball and scored a come-from-behind goal.

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