‘Kim Tae-hwan thunderbolt goal + Bako multi-goal’ Ulsan wins 3-1 over ‘Edgar sends off’ Daegu…3 straight wins + lead solidified

Ulsan Hyundai used their numerical advantage to defeat Daegu FC and extend their winning streak to three games.

Ulsan defeated Daegu 3-1 in the 19th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Munsu World Cup Stadium in Ulsan at 7:30 p.m. on April 24. With the three points, Ulsan remained in first place (47 points), while Daegu dropped to seventh (27 points)온라인바카라.

On the day, Ulsan ran a 4-2-3-1 formation. Lee In-jong-gyu was up front, supported by Bako, Ataru, and Kang Yoon-gu. Vojanic and Kim Min-hyuk formed the midfield, and the back four was made up of Seol Young-woo, Kim Young-kwon, Kim Ki-hee, and Kim Tae-hwan. Cho Hyun-woo was in goal.

Daegu countered with a 3-4-3 formation. Vasellus, Edgar, and Sejingya were the top three, while Hong Chul, Lee Yong-rae, Lee Jin-yong, and Jang Sung-won were the midfielders. In the back, Kim Kang-san, Cho Jin-woo, and Kim Jin-hyuk combined, while Choi Young-eun put on the goalkeeping gloves.

Ulsan scored the first goal of the game. In the second minute of the first half, Kim Tae-hwan received the ball just outside the right side of the penalty box and took a bold left-footed shot that went in. Daegu had a change of pace. In the 20th minute, Edgar committed a foul, and the video assistant referee (VAR) gave him a direct red card.

At the start of the second half, Ulsan made a change. Lee Cheong-yong came on for Kang Yoon-gu. Daegu also made a substitution. In the fifth minute of the second half, Lee Yong-rae and Jang Jang-won were taken off and Go Jae-hyun and Hwang Jae-won came on. Daegu wasted a good chance. After receiving a pass from Sejingya, Vaselus rushed into the box and tried to shoot, but Kim Young-kwon made a great tackle to block it.

There was a change of scenery for Ulsan. In the 13th minute of the second half, Kim Tae-hwan went out with an injury, and Cho Hyun-taek came in as a last-minute substitute. Daegu made another substitution. In the 20th minute, Park Se-jin and Keita came on for Lee Jin-yong and Hong Chul. Ulsan scored another goal. In the 21st minute of the second half, Vojanic received a penetrating pass from Bako and split the goal with a neat right-footed curling shot.

Ulsan continued to threaten. In the 31st minute, after receiving a sensational roving pass from Moyanich, Cho Hyun-taek connected with a powerful left-footed shot, but the ball hit the crossbar. Daegu fought back. In the 28th minute, Go Jae-hyun had a one-on-one chance with the goalkeeper, but he was caught by Cho Hyun-woo, who closed the distance.

Ulsan made a substitution. In the 29th minute, Rubikson came on for Ataru. Then, in the 36th minute, Lee In-gyu and Bojanic went out and Martin Adam and Kim Sung-joon came in. Daegu pulled one back. In the 43rd minute, Sejingya’s penetrating pass went past Kim Ki-hee and found Vassellus. Vassellus finished calmly.

Ulsan scored a wedge goal in second-half stoppage time. In the fourth minute of second-half stoppage time, Martin Adam’s shot hit the post. The rebounded ball was easily finished by Bako. In the end, it was Ulsan who won the match.

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