Jeonbuk A team’s first attack point recorded, Lee Jun-ho’s amazing performance
Jeonbuk Hyundai, which dramatically advanced to the Final A group, achieved a thrilling victory against Daegu in the first game of the final round and succeeded in adding 3 points.
At 4:30 pm on the 21st, the match between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Daegu FC in the 34th round of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ held at DGB Daegu Bank Park was held with Jeonbuk winning 2-1 over Daegu with Han Kyo-won and Gustavo scoring consecutive goals. Succeeded in subduing As a result, Jeonbuk maintained its 4th place, rising from 49 points to 52 points at once, and chasing 3rd place Gwangju FC by 5 points.
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ho Jeonbuk’s offense this season was literally at the ‘worst’ level.짱구카지노 During the 33rd round of the regular round, Jeonbuk recorded a total of 39 points and ranked 6th in the scoring rankings of league teams, experiencing difficulties in scoring. Brazilian special Gustavo has a poor record of 5 points in 29 league games, and Hapa Silva, who had high expectations, is also out for the season due to injury, recording 3 goals and 1 assist in 24 league games.
Immediately after Cho Gyu-sung, the team’s leading striker, transferred to Midtjylland in Denmark, Jeonbuk spent a large sum of money to recruit Park Jae-yong, a promising striker who was playing in Anyang, to the team, but soon after the transfer, he left the team due to being selected for the Hangzhou Asian Games. There were many, and in the end, they made a huge splash with the early return of Lee Jun-ho, a rookie striker born in 2002 who was faithfully serving his loan at Jeonnam Dragons this season.
Lee Jun-ho, who joined Jeonbuk last year, played in 5 league games for Team A, and in the K4 League, where he played for Team B, he scored 13 goals and 7 assists throughout the season, ranking 5th in individual scoring. He gained experience by playing 5 league games. Lee Jun-ho, who succeeded in making a soft landing on the professional stage by scoring 1 goal and 2 assists in 9 league games for Jeonnam, where he joined on loan, began to show off his skills at Jeonbuk, where he returned early.
Jeonbuk consistently included Gustavo in the starting list immediately after Park Jae-yong was selected, but his performance fell short of expectations, and eventually Jeonbuk coach Dan Petrescu made the decision to include Lee Jun-ho in the starting list. Lee Jun-ho started in the 33rd round of the league against FC Seoul, where the direction of advancement to the Final A was at stake, and took charge of Jeonbuk’s front line. He assisted Han Kyo-won’s goal, which was the starting point of victory, and led the team to the Final A group.
Lee Jun-ho, who showed an important performance that was the starting point of victory in the important match against Seoul, continued his momentum and exploded expectations by producing the first offensive point in the first division in the first match against Daegu in the final round. Lee Jun-ho, who was named to the starting list after beating Gustavo in the 34th round match against Daegu, proved his worth by not falling behind in competition with the Daegu defense throughout the game.
Lee Jun-ho, who revitalized Jeonbuk’s offensive line, which was frustrated in the first half, with confident play in a competition with veteran defenders Hong Jeong-woon and Kim Jin-hyuk, who lead the Daegu defense, even produced an assist in the 29th minute of the first half. Lee Jun-ho, who received a forward pass from Park Jin-seop, who was playing the role of central defender, took an aggressive touch to secure his vision and made a perfect forward pass to Han Kyo-won, who was infiltrating the front line. After receiving Lee Jun-ho’s clean pass, Han Kyo-won scored the first goal by piercing Daegu goalkeeper Oh Seung-hoon with his right foot, and Jeonbuk enjoyed the joy of scoring the first goal.
Afterwards, Lee Jun-ho recorded 3 successful ground duels, ranking second among Jeonbuk players, and recorded 1 aerial duel, 5 offensive passes, 3 clearings, and 3 ball acquisitions, showing great performance in both attack and defense. Lee Jun-ho, who played a key role as the starting point for Jeonbuk’s victory by recording an assist, was replaced by Gustavo in the 14th minute of the second half and left the stadium.
Lee Jun-ho’s play was similar to that of Cho Kyu-sung, a Jeonbuk Hyundai senior who is also the starting striker for the national team. Lee Jun-ho, whose strength lies in post play utilizing his good physical condition of 188cm, also shows strengths in linkage and aerial ball dueling ability. He also has a wide range of activity and the ability to score goals with a simple touch in the penalty box, which also resembles Jo Gyu-sung. showed itself.
A solution to the frontline famine has appeared in Jeonbuk. Lee Jun-ho, who began to attract attention by being recognized for his skills in the B team in the first year of joining Jeonbuk, which is called the graveyard of rookies, has shown further evolution in his second year as a professional player and is establishing himself in Jeonbuk. Lee Jun-ho quickly made his presence known amidst the famine on the front lines. I am looking forward to seeing what he will do in the future.