Lee Seung-woo scored a goal for the second straight game

Lee Seung-woo (26, Suwon FC) scored a goal for the second straight game to keep Suwon FC unbeaten.

Suwon FC drew 1-1 with Jeonbuk Hyundai University in the second round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 after Lee Seung-woo scored the first goal of the match at 2 p.m. on Monday at the Suwon Sports Complex. Suwon remained unbeaten after opening the season with one win and one draw. Jeonbuk drew for the second straight game, leaving their first win on the back burner.

Suwon deployed a 4-3-3. Ji Dong-won, Monreal, and Andersson up top, with Kang Sang-yoon, Yoon Bitgaram, and Jung Seung-won in the middle. Park Chul-woo, Kwon Kyung-won, Kim Tae-han, and Lee Yong were the back four, with Ahn Jun-soo in goal.

Jeonbuk, who made a number of changes to their best 11 in the aftermath of the Asian Champions League, lined up in a 4-4-2. 바카라사이트 Vinicius and Park Jae-yong were up top, with Jeon Byung-kwan, Boa Teng, Lee Young-jae, and Han Kyo-won in the middle. Jung Woo-jae, Lee Jae-ik, Petrasek, and Choi Chul-soon were the back four, with Jung Min-ki in goal.

In the ninth minute of the first half,

Monreal made a crucial header from a Suwon counterattack, but Jung Min-ki made the save. Jung Min-ki made a series of saves to save the goal. It was as good as a goal for Suwon.

There was an upset. In the 13th minute of the first half, Jung Seung-won collided with an opponent and injured his foot. After complaining of pain, Jung Seung-won received treatment and returned to the game. Jung Seung-won immediately fired a right-footed shot.

Jeonbuk fought back. In the 25th minute, Lee Young-jae’s cross from a corner kick was met by Boateng, but his shot was blocked by the goalkeeper. Boateng collected the ball again and took a shot, but it was off target.

The incident happened. In the 30th minute, Boateng raised his foot high in an attempt to catch an aerial ball and Kang Sang-yoon was hit. The referee ordered Boateng to be sent off directly. Jeonbuk was forced to play the remaining time with 10 men.

On the counterattack,

Suwon saw Monreal’s shot from the edge of the box go just wide of the goal. In the 35th minute, Yoon Beom-garam’s shot was also blocked by Jeong Min-ki. Kwon Kyung-won’s header from a corner kick was also saved by Jung Min-ki. Jeong Min-ki saved Jeonbuk with several saves in the first half.

Jeonbuk, which played with 10 men, finished the first half 0-0. Jeonbuk’s goalkeeper Jung Min-ki made several saves.

At the start of the second half, Lee Seung-woo came on as a substitute. He immediately made a difference. In the first minute of the second half, Lee received the ball in the box, dribbled once, and fired a diagonal left-footed shot. The shot found the bottom right corner of the net. Goalkeeper Jung Min-ki was caught off guard. Suwon took a 1-0 lead.

Jeonbuk fought back. In the eighth minute of the second half, Thiago’s shot from a counterattack found the back of the net. The short-lived equalizer was significant as they were down to 10 men.

Jeonbuk pulled a goal back in the 40th minute through Lee Young-jae. However, the goal was later disallowed after the video review showed that a foul was called first.

In the end, the final goal did not come until extra time. 안전 토토사이트 Suwon were unable to secure a win in their home opener. Jeonbuk, who played with 10 men, had to settle for a draw.

The match was attended by 9,557 fans, setting a new Suwon FC record for paid attendance. The weather was 6 degrees with a chilly wind, and the temperature was below freezing. However, the excitement of the new season overwhelmed Suwon.