Park Jae-yong, the ‘second Cho Kyu-sung’, leads Jeonbuk to third place with debut goal and full points

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‘The second Cho Kyu-sung’ Park Jae-yong scored the winning goal in his league debut.

Jeonbuk Hyundai earned a 2-0 victory over Incheon United in the 25th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on Saturday. With the win, Jeonbuk moved into sole possession of third place, ahead of Seoul.

The most notable change to Jeonbuk’s starting lineup before the game was the inclusion of Park Jae-yong. Selected to replace Cho Kyu-sung (FC Mittwillan), who left the team in the summer transfer window, Park broke the record for the highest transfer fee (approximately 1.1 billion won) for a domestic player in the K League 2. The move was highly anticipated by many Jeonbuk fans, as Park had been performing well in the K League 2 this season with six goals and one assist, and was also named to the final roster for the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games.

Jeonbuk head coach Dan Petrescu also showed his excitement by starting Park Jae-yong in a friendly against PSG. In his 45 minutes of action against PSG, Jae-yong did not score an offensive point, but he did a decent job, winning several battles against their physical central defense. About four days later, against Incheon, Park was once again named in the starting lineup and made his league debut.

The game took an unexpected turn early on. Less than 10 minutes into the first half, it suddenly started pouring with a huge amount of rain. With so much rain in such a short period of time, water began to pool on the field, causing the ball to stop rolling properly.

But it was an opportunity for Park, whose strengths lie in his delivery and post play. Jeonbuk unleashed their attack by trying to kick the ball hard towards Park Jae-yong in the front rather than passing it in the buildup from the back, and Park showed good coordination by not only competing for the aerial ball but also trying to play a post play with his back to the opposing defense.온라인바카라

In the 15th minute of the first half, Jeonbuk’s first goal came. Han Gyo-won caught the ball in a contested situation and tried to shoot with his right foot, but it stopped in front of Park Jae-yong due to standing water on the ground. Park Jae-yong held onto the ball with his right foot and shot it into the corner of the opponent’s goal for the first goal. It was his first goal in his league debut. Jeonbuk then added another goal from Han Gyo-won in the 45th minute to end the first half with a 2-0 lead.

Park Jae-yong continued to shine in the second half. Having already scored two goals in the first half to take the lead, Jeonbuk focused on defense in the second half. Jae-yong Park was active in the first line and played a key role in stopping the opponent’s buildup in the back. He also played a key role in the

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