“Hong Myung-bo’s ‘Daebak’ first win!” ‘Hwang Jae-hwan’s debut X multi-goal’ Ulsan, Daegu 3-0 win-‘3 consecutive wins’ leading run!
“Hwang Jae-hwan is a very talented player.”
Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo, who selected U-22) ‘Ulsan Youth’ midfielder Hwang Jae-hwan, born in 2001 at the Daegu Expedition on Children’s Day, did not hide his anticipation. “I had an injury before winter training, but now I’ve recovered, and this is my second appearance of the season. A very talented player,” he said. And Hwang Jae-hwan, who played 18 minutes in the match against Pohang in the 8th round (2-2 draw), won the first victory since Hong’s appointment at Daepak, the ‘Tomb of the Ulsan Expedition’.
Ulsan won 3-0 thanks to Hwang Jae-hwan’s multi-goals in the 11th minute and 40th minute in the first half and Bakko’s consecutive goals in the 38th minute in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 Round 11 Daegu Expedition held at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 2:00 pm on the 5th. did.
Ulsan has never won in Daegu since the appointment of manager Hong Myung-bo in the 2021 season. In the first Daegu expedition, they lost 1-2, and in the second Daegu expedition, they also lost 1-2. In both games, the ‘King of Daegu’ Sejingya gave up a come-from-behind goal. Last year’s Daegu expedition drew 2-2. In a situation where Sejingya, the self-proclaimed ‘50% of Daegu’s power’, could not participate due to injury, Ulsan’s wave offensive, which was sincere in ‘breaking the seal’, worked. Hong Myung-bo’s choice, Hwang Jae-hwan, the secret weapon, took off with two goals in the first half alone.
– Daegu FC (3-4-3) = Youngeun Choi (GK) / Jinwoo Cho – Jeongwoo Hong – Jinhyeok Kim / Keita – Yongrae Lee – Jinyong Lee – Jaewon Hwang / Baselus – Edgar – Jaehyun Koh – Ulsan Hyundai (4-2-3-1
) = Cho Hyun-woo (GK)/Lee Myeong-jae-Kim Young-kwon-Kim Ki-hee-Seol Young-woo/Lee Gyu-seong-Park Yong-woo/Bakko-Hwang Jae-hwan-Eom Won-sang/Martin Adam
▶First Half: ‘Ulsan Youth’ Hwang Jae-hwan’s debut goal, multi-goal + Barco’s wedge goal
This day’s game was heated even before the start. All tickets were already sold out at 3:00 pm on the 30th, five days before the game. Second sale of the season. Ulsan Jeongwonseok was also ‘smoothed’ within 1 minute of opening. On a rainy Children’s Day, ‘Daepak’ was filled with family fans and girl fans dressed in light blue raincoats. Kang Eun-hee, superintendent of education at the Daegu Office of Education, said, “Fighting for Daegu’s victory!” , and Daegu fans responded with one voice, “Daegu!크크크벳” Ulsan away fans responded with fierce booing.
With the start of the first half, Ko Jae-hyun, who had a ceremony to commemorate the ‘K League 100 games’ that day, dug into the box. In Ulsan, ‘Young Gun’ Hwang Jae-hwan showed reckless movements inside the box. In the 10th minute of the first half, Seol Young-woo, who was trying to stop Daegu Baselus, who started a counterattack, received a card. Hwang Jae-hwan’s thrilling debut goal broke in the 11th minute when Ulsan increased possession and took the mood. He took over Martin Adam’s through pass, broke the line, and lightly shook the net with his right foot. It was Hwang Jae-hwan’s K-League debut goal while playing for 2020sus FC Cologne. From 2016 to 2018, when he was the U-17 representative, Hwang Jae-hwan, a former ‘best-in-class ace’ who boasted an excellent sense enough to score goals in each game, gained experience in Germany’s Cologne U-19 and Cologne II teams in January 2020, and then played Ulsan last year. wore a uniform After playing in eight games last season, he finally scored a goal in the second game after recovering from an injury this season.
In the 14th minute of the first half, Daegu Hwang Jae-won broke through the right flank and Ulsan Lee Gyu-seong blocked it. In the 20th minute of the first half, Bako’s shot went high. In the 22nd minute of the first half, Martin Adam’s free kick bounced off Daegu’s defensive wall.
Ulsan, who won 5 matches out of 5 games with the opening goal, did not miss the premium of the opening goal again this time. In the 24th minute of the first half, Martin Adam hit Kim Jin-hyeok in the back of the head and received a yellow card. In the 26th minute of the first half, Hwang Jae-won’s free kick was followed by Baselos’ shot, which Ulsan goalkeeper Jo Hyun-woo caught. Daegu’s offense was blocked by Ulsan’s defense, which led the league in the fewest goals, and it was difficult to find a solution. The Ulsan defense line tied up Edgar, who scored three goals only through corner kicks.
In the 34th minute of the first half, Daegu Hwang Jae-won’s long cross followed by Edgar’s first header crossed the crossbar. In the 38th minute of the first half, ‘Georgia Technician’ Bakko’s concise shot broke Daegu’s two-line defense and cut the net. Scored 3 goals in the last 4 matches. And in the 40th minute of the first half, after 2 minutes, Hwang Jae-hwan’s toes flashed again. Hwang Jae-hwan, who took over Martin Adam’s pass from the right side of the box, broke the defense with one turn and shook the net again with an exciting kick.
During the extra time of the first half, Lee Myung-jae’s sharp left-footed shot was blocked by Choi Young-eun, and the second ball, Um Won-sang’s shot, grazed the bottom of the post. Daegu barely escaped the 4-run crisis. The first half ended 0-3.
▶Second half: Daegu’s counterattack, and
with the start of the second half, Daegu put in Lee Geun-ho instead of Baselus and Park Se-jin instead of Lee Yong-rae to revitalize the game. Ulsan replaced Hwang Jae-hwan, the main character of ‘Multi-goal’, and put in Kim Min-hyeok. As the second half started, Daegu defender Kim Jin-hyeok collided with Bako and fell to the ground. In the 5th minute of the second half, Park Se-jin’s pass and Ko Jae-hyun’s shot missed the post slightly. “Go Jae-hyun!” The cheers dyed Daepak. In the 13th minute of the second half, following Lee Geun-ho’s cross, Edgar’s shot was blocked by Jo Hyun-woo with a punch. Daegu’s offensive toward the comeback goal was getting hotter. In the 17th minute of the second half, Edgar’s header following Lee Geun-ho’s cross missed the post. As Daegu’s momentum rose, Ulsan put Joo Min-gyu in to strengthen the offensive. Daegu took out Lee Jin-yong and put in Hong Chul to add to the strength of Cross. In the 25th minute of the second half, Ulsan replaced Um Won-sang with Lee Chung-yong and Lee Myung-jae with Cho Hyeon-taek, and Daegu took out Keita and put Serato in the game. In the 27th minute of the second half, Lee Geun-ho’s shot was embraced by Jo Hyeon-woo. Daegu continued to hit the goal with strong pressure and unique counterattacks amidst the support of 11,129 “We are Daegu” and home fans, but Ulsan’s salty water defense, ’10 matches and 9 runs’, was not shaken. In the 36th minute of the second half, Martin Adam, who recorded ‘2 assists’, was replaced by Rubik’s hand, and Ulsan used all the replacement cards. In the 37th minute of the second half, Hong Jeong-woon’s header, following Hong Cheol’s cross, missed. Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon dropped Edgar and put in Kim Yeong-joon to throw the final game for a comeback goal, but the goal was not fulfilled. “Goodbye!” came from Ulsan away fans.
Ulsan won 3-0 in Daegu, which finished 11 games in the first round, with a valuable first away victory, followed by Incheon (1-0 win) and Gwangju match (2-1 win). With 4 matches undefeated (3 wins and 1 draw), they firmly kept the lead. Daegu, which had gone undefeated in 3 games, decided to win in front of a full crowd on Children’s Day, but it was not enough for Ulsan, the ‘1st round’, where even the youngest player soared. In the absence of Sejingya, they finished undefeated in 3 matches (2 wins, 1 draw).