Suwon FC wins ‘Suwon Derby’ to end four-game winless streak

Suwon FC won the second ‘Suwon Derby’ of the season against Suwon Samsung to end a four-game losing streak.

Suwon FC, led by head coach Kim Do-gyun, broke their four-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over Suwon Samsung, who scored goals from Yoon Beom-garam and Oh In-pyo, with Han Ho-gang scoring a late consolation goal, in the 16th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 3rd. It was their second straight win against Suwon this season.

It also changed the record of the six Suwon derbies played since December 2021, with the home team winning all six. Suwon FC now have five wins, three draws and eight losses with 18 points, while Suwon remain bottom of the table with two wins, two draws and 12 points.안전놀이터

Suwon FC struggled with Suwon’s forward pressure in the early stages of the game. As they gained more possession, they were able to keep Suwon at bay with mid-range shots and counterattacks.

In the 20th minute, Suwon scored the first goal of the game when Lee Ki-je’s cross was headed down by Park Dae-won and Lee Sang-min connected with a right-footed shot, but Suwon FC’s physical defence prevented the goal from being converted.

Suwon FC, who were looking for counter-attacking chances, took the lead in the 43rd minute. Jang Jae-woong found space in front of the Suwon penalty box, and Yoon Beom-garam volleyed the ball into the net.

After losing the lead, Suwon tried to change their attack in the second half by substituting Acosti and Jeon Jin-woo, and pounded on the Suwon FC goal, but were unable to create any decisive chances.

Suwon FC introduced Oh In-pyo, Park Joo-ho, and Lee Seung-woo in the 11th minute of the second half to consolidate their lead, and added another goal in the 22nd minute. After goalkeeper Park Bae-jong’s goal kick was cleared off the line by Rath, substitute Oh In-pyo drove to the right side of the penalty area and fired a right-footed shot that bounced off a Suwon defender and into the goal.

Suwon intensified their attack to make up for the deficit, and in the 33rd minute, Yoo Je-ho attempted a bold mid-range shot, but Suwon FC goalkeeper Park Bae-jong made a flying save.

Suwon continued to attack, and in the 36th minute of the second half, Han Ho-gang headed home Lee Ki-jae’s sharp kick from a free kick.

After conceding the goal, Suwon FC came back to life in the 40th minute when Lee Seung-woo connected with Ras in front of the penalty box in a counterattack situation, but his shot hit the post. Lee Seung-woo tried to take the second ball again, but Suwon goalkeeper Yang Hyung-mo made a super save.

In the extra time, Suwon FC regained possession and attacked, looking for an additional goal, but the game ended without any more goals.

‘Seungjang’ coach Kim Do-gyun said, “It was a valuable win after four consecutive losses. I’m happy that the players’ will to play showed on the pitch,” he said, adding, “I think we will be better after we finish the game well before the A-Match break, reinforce the players during the break, and get Lee Young-jae back from the army.”

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