1-1 with ‘Thiago Dramatic Tiebreaker’ and ‘Kim Seung-Seop First Goal + Goal Bashing’

Daejeon Hana Citizen earned a hard-fought point.

Daejeon drew 1-1 with a dramatic equalizer from Thiago in the 19th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2023 against Jeju United at Jeju World Cup Stadium at 6 p.m. on Thursday온라인카지노.

With the win, Daejeon, unbeaten in three matches (one win, two draws), improved to 27 points (seven wins, six draws, six losses) and moved up to sixth place in the standings.

Jeju, who missed out on a crucial win, went four games without a win (two draws and two losses). With 29 points (8 wins, 5 draws, 6 losses), they remain in fourth place. Jeju had previously failed to secure victories against Gangwon FC (2-2 draw), Pohang Steelers (1-2 loss) and Ulsan Hyundai (1-5).

Led by head coach Nam Ki-il, Jeju deployed Seo Jin-soo, Yuri Jonatan, and Hayes on the offensive line, with Kim Bong-soo and Han Jong-mu in the midfield. Kim Seung-seop and Ahn Tae-hyun were on the flanks, while Jung Woon, Lim Chae-min, and Kim Oh-kyu formed the defense. Kim Dong-jun wore the goalkeeper’s gloves.

For Lee Min-sung’s team, Shin Sang, Tiago, and Bae Jun-ho were up front, while Kim Young-wook and Joo Se-jong controlled the midfield. Oh Jae-seok and Lee Hyun-sik flanked the defense, while Anton, Kim Min-duk, and Kim Ji-hoon formed the back three. Lee Chang-geun was in goal.

The game was tightly contested. Jeju threatened with Hayes, Jung-woon, Yuri Jonatan, and Ahn Tae-hyun, while Daejeon countered with Thiago, Joo Se-jong, and Shin Sang-sang.

Jeju had a heartbreaking moment in the 37th minute. Defender Kim Oh-kyu was shown a red card for blocking a rush by Daejeon forward Shin Sang-sang at the top of the box arc and faced a direct dismissal.

However, the video assistant referee (VAR) changed Kim’s red card to a yellow. Daejeon could breathe a sigh of relief when Thiago, the free kick kicker, sent his shot well wide of the goal.

The balance between the first half and the last 30 minutes was broken by Jeju’s Kim Seung-seop. Kim opened the scoring with a header from the left side of the box off a cross from the right by Ahn Tae-hyun. Kim Seung-seop’s first goal of the season. Ahn Tae-hyun got the second assist.

Notably, Kim scored his Jeju debut goal against his hometown team, as he played for Daejeon until last year. Kim had previously scored 14 goals in a Daejeon jersey between 2018 and last year.

Daejeon broke through in the 34th minute with a header from Thiago, but the goal was disallowed due to offside.

Thiago’s dramatic equalizer came in the 41st minute of the second half, when Kim In-gyun’s sharp, low cross from the left found the onrushing Thiago at his feet. Thiago placed the ball in the back of the net for a simple finish. Thiago scored his seventh goal of the season, while Kim picked up his second assist.

Jeju was unfortunate to see Hayes’ shot hit the crossbar in the 44th minute. Even in stoppage time, a crucial shot was denied by a super save from Daejeon goalkeeper Lee Chang-geun, and the game ended without a winner.

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