Cho has returned to the scoring column after a 42day absence

Kyu-sung Cho, 26, who plays for Mittwilan in the Danish professional soccer league, has returned to the scoring column after a 42-day absence.

The 26-year-old scored a goal and an assist in the team’s 2-1 league home win over AGF at the MCH Arena in Herning, Denmark, on Wednesday. Cho opened the scoring in the 24th minute when he slotted home a loose ball after a tangle between the opposing goalkeeper and defender. He then assisted on the second goal in the 32nd minute, using his long head to pass the ball to a teammate.

With their second straight win, Midtjylland improved to 18-4-7 (W58-D18) and moved within a point of leaders Copenhagen (W58-D28). With the victory, Mittwilan, who had slipped into a two-game losing streak and seemed to be slipping away from the title, can now hope for an upset depending on the outcome of their remaining three matches. 바카라사이트 Especially if they win the match against Copenhagen on the 17th, they will have a better chance of winning the title.

In addition to the team title, Cho is also aiming to become the top individual scorer. It’s been 42 days since he scored against Nordsjelland. 12 goals and three assists in the league. He is second in the league in goals scored, behind only Andri Gudjonsen (13) of Ringby BK. With three more goals in the remaining three games, he could become the first player to score in Europe.