Gangwon’s back number ‘7’, thrown off after wearing a ‘mask’

K-League 1 Round 5 between Suwon Samsung and Gangwon FC at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 2nd. The most impressive player in this match was Gangwon’s ‘Mask Man’.

The person who appeared wearing a mask was Gangwon’s back number 7 Yang Hyeon-joon. The most anticipated 21-year-old striker in the K-League. Ang Hyeon-jun, who suffered a nose bone injury last month, made a comeback against Suwon.

He was put on the ground in the 36th minute wearing a protective face mask. It reminds me of someone. It is Son Heung-min (Tottenham), a symbol of Korean football, who wore a mask during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and caused the mask man craze. Even after returning to his team, Son Heung-min played an active role wearing a mask, only recently taking it off. 메이저사이트

Son Heung-min is also the role model Yang Hyun-joon respects. That’s why his back number is 7. Even on the ground, he directed a scene reminiscent of Son Heung-min.

He carried three defenders and hit powerful shots, and created one-on-one situations with the goalkeeper with his speed and space penetration. He must have felt frustrated during the game, so he threw off his mask and started running again. He was even more powerful when he took off his mask, and showed aggressiveness that he didn’t mind heading. It was a standout move by both teams.

Impressive performance. But he couldn’t score. The team also drew 1-1. There was no first win of the season for Gangwon. It was an unfortunate bout for Yang Hyeon-jun.

However, from the point of view of Gangwon, who has not even won a win this season, Yang Hyeon-Jun’s comeback is equivalent to winning a thousand horses. Gangwon’s hopes for a first win are growing with the existence of Hyun-Jun Yang.

Last year, Kangwon coach Choi Yong-soo praised Yang Hyun-joon, saying, “He has the talent to surpass me. He has good stamina, he is humble, he has great speed with power, and he is calm in front of the door. It’s not easy to do that at his age.” there is a bar

But this season is different. He set a more sober standard for Yang Hyeon-joon. Now, it can be interpreted as meaning that he has to take responsibility as the core of Gangwon, not as a promising player.

After the match against Suwon, coach Choi said, “Yang Hyun-joon made a good scene. But in order to grow and leap forward, you need to improve your finishing ability. “, he gave a sober assessment.

Still, Choi did not hide his expectations, saying, “I confirmed with my eyes that my condition has improved.”

Gangwon will play the 6th round of the K-League 1 against Jeju United on the 9th. Gangwon’s home game. Yang Hyun-jun’s first home game after his return. Gangwon’s first victory is approaching.

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