Reporter Lee Hyung-joo = Suwon FC’s Park Joo-ho has hung up his soccer boots after his final match. Park’s former club, Ulsan Hyundai, recorded a victory in a meaningful match.
Ulsan Hyundai won 3-1 against Suwon FC in the 17th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 at Suwon Sports Complex on Saturday.
In the 14th minute, Lee Dae-Kwang received the ball in front of the opponent’s box. After dribbling, Lee took a shot, but goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo saved it.
Suwon FC took the lead. In the 16th minute, Lee Yong-yi’s cross from the right flank met the opposing defense and went to the other side. Yoon Beom-garam headed it in from the left side of the box and scored.
Ulsan fought back. In the 25th minute, Ulsan won a free kick on the left flank. Lee Myung-jae sent the ball up and Martin Adam connected with a header, but goalkeeper Park Bae-jong pushed the ball away. The first half ended with Suwon FC leading 1-0. 먹튀검증
In the second half, Suwon FC regained the momentum. In the 10th minute of the second half, Lars Veltvik passed to the left side of the opponent’s box. Yoon Beom-garam connected with a shot, but goalkeeper Cho Hyun-woo made the save.
Ulsan had a great chance. In the 14th minute, Lee Kyu-sung floated a ball into the center of the opponent’s box. Ataru Esaka controlled it and took a shot. However, goalkeeper Park Bae-jong made the save.
Ulsan tied the game at one. In the 23rd minute, Ataru Esaka slid a pass from the left side of the opponent’s box to the center. Martin Adam took a shot and the ball went into the goal.
Ulsan turned the game around. In the 43rd minute, Ulsan won a corner kick on the right flank. There was a scramble in front of the Suwon FC goal. Lee In-gyu took a shot and the ball crossed the goal line. Ulsan added a goal from Bako just before the end. The game ended with a 3-1 Ulsan victory.