Leaders meet last place.
Ulsan Hyundai and Suwon Samseong will meet in the 23rd round of the K League One 2023 at 7 p.m. on Nov. 15 at Suwon World Cup Stadium.
Ulsan currently leads the league with 17 wins, two draws, three losses, and 53 points. Suwon, on the other hand, is in last place with 12 points.
Ulsan’s good momentum came to an end at home against Incheon United on Nov. 12. The 1-2 defeat ended their winning streak at five games. It was their third loss of the season.
Ulsan said, “We quickly reorganized under head coach Hong Myung-bo. The team focused on recovering from the recent hot weather and analyzing and correcting the problems that came out in the Incheon game,” explained the team.
After 22 games, Ulsan has scored 46 goals. They have the most firepower. One thing that stands out is their team assists. They have a whopping 28. That’s three more than the second-place Daejeon Hana Citizens (25 assists).
This means that the team’s offense is very much a team effort, and Ulsan will be looking to prove that in Suwon.
“At the beginning of the season, we scored a lot of goals through solo play,” said Hong Myung-bo. “Now, our soccer is more about using the third man, getting inside, creating assists and making decisions. Our style is showing well,” he said.
Since the appointment of Hong Myung-bo, Ulsan is unbeaten in the league. Furthermore, they broke the jinx of not winning in Suwon with a 3-2 victory on May 21. Despite losing their last game, Ulsan is confident heading into the match against Suwon.온라인바카라
Suwon has gone nine games without a win (four draws and five losses). The good news is that midfielder Kazuki, who joined the team on June 6, is quickly integrating into the team. Mulicic also found the back of the net for the second straight game.
Suwon, who lost both games to Ulsan this season by a single goal, will be looking to bounce back.
Suwon, who had a numerical advantage in the previous match against Pohang (1-1 draw) but could only manage a point due to a lack of heart, will be hoping to restore their battered pride by catching the ‘big fish’.