Pohang won 2-0 in the 29th round of the 2023 Hana One Q K League 1 away game against Incheon United at Incheon Football Stadium on the 2nd, thanks to penalty kicks scored by Zecca and Wandelson in the second half. As a result, Pohang recorded 14 wins, 11 draws, and 4 losses (53 points), securing at least 6th place in the regular league until the 33rd round, winning tickets to Split A for the second consecutive year.
Pohang was able to maintain its second place for about three months from June 6 this season thanks to its concentration at the end of the game. In the game, which was likely to lose, there have been nine games since the 35th minute of the second half that reversed the atmosphere and won the victory by scoring the winning goal, an equalizer, and so-called “theater goal.” The points earned in these nine games alone are 21 points. The figure is equivalent to 40% of Pohang’s points accumulated until the 29th round. 카지노사이트
Indeed, Steelyard was a ‘theater’. It was the 2023 season that opened the lid of the drama from the opening game. Lee Ho-jae, who was substituted in the 32nd minute of the second half, trailing 1-2 at home against Daegu on February 26, scored an equalizer and the winning goal in the 39th and 45th minutes, respectively, leading to a 3-2 victory. Lee Ho-jae’s “Theatrical Goal” mode was also operated in the match against Gangwon (1-on-one draw) on March 18. He was substituted in the 41st minute of the second half when he was trailing 0-1 at home and scored an equalizer.
The clock on the electronic display stopped, but there were three games in which he won with a buzzer-beater goal in the extra time of the second half. In the 53rd minute of the second half, when they faced 1-1 in the away match in Jeonbuk on April 1, Zeka’s winning goal made them come from behind to win 2-1. In the match against Daejeon on May 13, Ko Young-joon scored the winning goal in the 46th minute of the second half when he faced 2-2. He also brought Jeju home on June 6 and won 2-1 thanks to Park Seung-wook’s second professional goal in the 47th minute of the second half when he faced 1-1.
There was also a deja vu game. In the Seoul expedition on June 11, Ha Chang-rae scored an equalizer with a header in the 49th minute of the second half, trailing 0-1, and Ha Chang-rae scored another equalizer with a header in the 48th minute of the second half, trailing 1-2 in the Seoul expedition on August 4.
Pohang also shows off its ‘Jeonbuk killer’ aspect this season. Lee Ho-jae scored the winning goal in the 43rd minute of the second half when he faced Jeonbuk 1-1 at home on July 21. Pohang met Jeonbuk three times in the regular league this year and won all of them. The last point was taken in the match against Daejeon on August 20. In the 53rd minute of the second half when they faced 3-3, Hong Yoon-sang, a former Sunggol Youth who made a U-turn from Germany this summer, scored a golden winning goal, leading the team to a 4-3 victory. At that time, Pohang players did not give up until the end and created a great match at a time when the game could turn into a three-point game as it was tied 3-0.