Jeonbuk smiles in ‘Hyundai Derby’…Cho Kyu-sung header wins the game

The 110th ‘Hyundai Street Derby’ between Jeonbuk and Ulsan, who are tied at 40 wins, 29 draws and 40 losses all-time.

After a scoreless first half, Jeonbuk made changes to their offensive line at the start of the second half, bringing on Cho Kyu-sung.

However, when neither team could find their offense, Ulsan introduced Martin Adam and Jeonbuk introduced Moon Sun-min and Amano Jun.

In the 38th minute, it was Jeonbuk who broke the deadlock.

Amano Jun’s left-footed cross was met by Cho Kyu-sung, who cut in and finished with a diving header.

It was his second goal of the season in front of national coach Klinsmann, and his first field goal since the last World Cup in Qatar against Ghana.

The goal that drove the wedge in second-half stoppage time also came from the feet of Cho Kyu-sung.

On the counterattack, Cho received a 먹튀검증 penetrating pass from Song Min-gyu and slid it to the onrushing Moon Sun-min, who calmly finished with his left foot.

The stadium erupted like a melting pot as the two players who shared the game-winning goal performed a “double control tower celebration.

With the win, Jeonbuk avenged their opening day loss to league leader Ulsan and took a step forward in the overall head-to-head record.

“The Hyundai Street Derby is really a game where the fighting spirit and fighting power goes up 150%, 200% compared to other games, so I think it was a game that protected Jeonbuk’s pride.”

In the ‘Suwon Derby’, Yoon Beom-garam’s volley and Oh In-pyo’s second goal gave Suwon FC the victory over Suwon Samseong, who made up for Han Ho-gang’s one-goal deficit.

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