3 April 2024

Injured return is imminent, but Incheon smiles at Park Seung-ho’s performance in “U22 Young-gun.”

By pestfood.com

He laughs ‘laughs’ at Young Gun’s performance.

Injured players of Incheon United are making a comeback one after another. Mpoku, who injured his hamstring in the match against FC Seoul on April 10, started as a starter. In addition, Kim Do-hyuk and Min Kyung-hyun, who suffered off-season injuries, were on the waiting list, and Kim was substituted for Mpoku in the 32nd minute of the second half to return to the team. In addition, chances are high that Delbridge and Shin Jin-ho will also make a comeback within April.

Despite the welcome return of the injured, Incheon coach Cho Seong-hwan is smiling more at Park Seung-ho’s performance as a U-22 resource. Park Seung-ho, who debuted at Incheon last season, is called the “future of Incheon.” He scored one goal in nine games last season. Although he was called up to the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup and suffered a broken ankle, he returned after rehabilitation and was given a chance at the end of the season, working hard on the ground.

He has started every game this season. Excluding substitute outs against Suwon FC, which was the opening game, it is the third consecutive full-time starting pitcher. Standing on the right side with Gerso as a left winger, he is displaying youthful fighting spirit and confidence.

In the previous match against Daejeon, Park assisted Gerso in the opening goal for the first time in this season. After Park Seung-ho took his first touch long on goal kick by goalie Lee Bum-soo in the 37th minute of the first half, he patiently penetrated the right side of the opponent team. A defender followed but gave a grounder cross to Gerso, who was rushing towards the goal, and Gerso finished the game as it was. On the day, Park successfully completed both of his two passes to the penalty box.

Park Seung-ho, who scored his first goal of the season against Ulsan HD, is making one goal and one assist in four games this season. 퀸알바

Coach Cho is also smiling broadly. “He is a competitive player even if he is not a U-22 player,” Cho said in complimenting Park. He earned recognition for his passion and determination from the training and his play on the ground, not his age.

Meanwhile, Incheon, which tied Gerso’s first goal and his opponent’s own goal to win 2-0 against Daejeon, will now challenge Gwangju FC, which had an advantage with one win and two draws last season, to win two consecutive games on the 3rd.