24 September 2023

Undefeated 10G Gwangju ‘unable to back down’ – Jeonbuk, ‘challenging to turn things around’, thinks only of winning

By pestfood.com

Gwangju, unbeaten in 10 games, meets Jeonbuk Hyundai, who are looking to turn their fortunes around.

Gwangju FC and Jeonbuk Hyundai will meet in the 31st round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 on April 24 at Gwangju Football Stadium.

Gwangju is in third place with 13 wins, 9 draws, 8 losses and 48 points, while Jeonbuk is in sixth place with 12 wins, 7 draws, 11 losses and 43 points.

Gwangju is unbeaten in its last 10 matches and is one of the strongest teams in the K League 1. Their offense, which catches opponents off guard, is one of the most intimidating tactics in the K League 1. The team is playing with the kind of thorough organization that coach Lee Jung-hyo wants, which is why they have been able to win big recently.

Gwangju’s rise has been a team effort, not a single player’s. The team plays as promised and puts pressure on the opposition, which results in fewer mistakes in scoring chances. They play as a team, so if you can’t match their organization, you’re likely to have trouble with them.

Having jumped to third place, Gwangju has a gap between them and second-place Pohang (56 points), but they will not give up. Therefore, they will challenge for a win against Jeonbuk.

Jeonbuk, who fielded five players in the Hangzhou Asian Games squad, turned things around in their last Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League group game against Kitchee SC with a 2-1 win. After underwhelming results in their last five matches, Jeonbuk will be looking for a win here.

Currently in sixth place, Jeonbuk is in a tight race for the top spot. FC Seoul (46 points, 4th place), Daegu (44 points, 5th place), and Incheon (43 points, tied with Jeonbuk), who won their last game in Jeju, are in a tight race for 7th place.레고토토

They conceded three goals in their last match against Gangwon, but the ground conditions were not normal at the time, so there is a good chance that the defense will look different against Gwangju. Hong Jeong-ho, Koo Ja-ryong, and Chung Tae-wook will have to be on top of their game to keep Gwangju’s attack at bay.

Even though Gwangju is on a 10-match unbeaten streak, Jeonbuk can’t give up. They will need to defend against Gwangju’s powerful counterattacks. Jeonbuk will need a win away from home to reverse their recent slump.