Jeonbuk’s valuable performance, which has failed to win consecutively, succeeded in ‘clean sheet’ for two consecutive games

Jeonbuk Hyundai, which was aiming for its second consecutive home victory, drew with Gimcheon Sangmu. Amid the disappointing result, Jeonbuk breathed a sigh of relief as it achieved its desired result of achieving a “clean sheet” for two consecutive games.
Jeonbuk Hyundai and Gimcheon Sangmu clashed in the 14th round of “Hana Bank K League 1 2024” at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on the 25th. Jeonbuk, which had been trying to win two consecutive games by winning the previous game, was able to record up to sixth place through three points, and Gimcheon even recaptured the lead, so a match that could not be held back was expected.

The team that gained the upper hand was Gimcheon. Gimcheon, which had 52 percent of the game possession rate and pressured Jeonbuk’s goalpost through its aggressive offensive soccer, made a whopping 22 shots, but failed due to its disappointing goal-getting ability. Of the 22 shots, only five were effective, and even the shots he hit failed to cross Jeonbuk’s goalkeeper Jung Min-ki’s wall. Immediately before the end of the game, Gimcheon’s Seo Min-woo scored a goal in a corner kick situation, but after VAR, referee Choi Hyun-jae declared cancellation of the goal, unfortunately ending the away match in Jeonju with no goal.

Jeonbuk succeeds in two consecutive ‘clean sheets’ amid a series of bad news

Meanwhile, Jeonbuk, which aimed for its second consecutive win at home, was embarrassed by strong pressure from Gimcheon throughout the game. Jeonbuk, which had a 3-0 win over Gwangju in the previous game, escaped from a winless streak of four consecutive games and successfully secured its first clean sheet of the season, but failed to continue its momentum in the game against Gimcheon.

Throughout the game, the team had only eight shots on target and only three shots on target in 90 minutes. Amid the disappointing development of the offense, Jeonbuk even had a negative impact on its injury. In the 14th minute of the first half, Park Jin-seop, a key defensive player, suffered a bleeding in his head immediately after his collision with Kimcheon’s Park Min-gyu. Park Jin-seop showed strong will as he was put on the field after first aid, but due to the continued bleeding, he was eventually replaced by Koo Ja-yong, who was waiting on the bench.

Amid the painful replacement of Park Jin-seop, Jeonbuk suffered an injury to one of its side wings. Ahn Hyun-bum, who started as a striker in the last minute of the first half, collapsed due to a suspected broken finger during the landing process. After the injury, Ahn performed his part until the 36th minute of the second half by displaying a bandage fighting spirit, but the aftermath remained intact throughout the game.

Jeonbuk, which suffered from strong pressure from Gimcheon, offense, and injury to its key players, almost collapsed in the last minute of the second half as it even lost a point, but it was canceled. In the end, Jeonbuk overcame the crisis and secured one valuable point. It failed to add three points at home, but Jeonbuk achieved its desired result of clean sheet for two consecutive games, sighing of relief.

It was a disappointing one point, but it was the best performance for Jeonbuk. Amid the steep fall of Jeonbuk this season, the biggest topic of conversation was “defense anxiety.” Jeonbuk, which allowed goals in every game until the 12th round, continued to be ranked second after Gangwon. Jeonbuk, which achieved its first clean sheet of the season with a 3-0 win over Gwangju in the previous 13th round, succeeded in the second consecutive clean sheet despite key defender Park Jin-seop’s departure in the subsequent match against Gimcheon 토토사이트

It may be unsatisfactory given the game’s record and contents, but Jeonbuk poured out everything it could do even amid the departure of the official coach and acting coach Park Won-jae.

Meanwhile, Jeonbuk, which wrapped up its match against Gimcheon at home, is expected to play two consecutive away games. Jeonbuk will leave Gangwon Province on the upcoming 29th and will play the “extremely strong” Ulsan on the 1st of next month.

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